PM1 speaker gallery

PM1 fireplace grille off Mocha Gloss

Compact and discreet, yet introducing technologies never before seen in any Bowers & Wilkins speaker, PM1 produces a sound so refined that everything else suddenly seems insignificant.

3 Comments

  • dougsheppard says:

    They are very nice speakers.Looks so good.

  • John says:

    They look amazing, fingers crossed they have the sound to go with the looks.

    The only issue at this point is price; here in oz I’ve been told the RRP will be AU$3200 which is just far too high for most ‘budget’ minded hifi enthusiasts in the current economic climate. Oh well.

  • Jose says:

    Beautiful looking speaker as usual from B&W…..but the price YIKES!! I put off buying the CM1 or CM5 knowing something new should be coming…..I really cannot afford US$2800…..Its eye-candy for me

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