Content tagged with '800 series diamond'

BMW Golf Event

Bowers & Wilkins at the BMW International Open 2016

Bowers & Wilkins is proud to be an official Corporate and Audio Partner of the BMW International Open 2016. The BMW International Open is Germany’s most renowned professional golf tournament.… Read more


Meet the reverse wrap cabinet

The 800 Series Diamond has utilised curved cabinets since the Nautilus 800 Series 20 years ago, however, the new 800 Series Diamond benefits from the most radical change to the… Read more


How we brought the 800 Series Diamond sound to Sound & Vision: The Bristol Show 2016

Bowers & Wilkins decided to do something a little bit special at Sound & Vision: The Bristol Show 2016. We decided that it was time hundreds more people got to… Read more


Starting at the bottom

A speaker plinth may seem relatively unimportant to the outsider, however it can play a massive part in the performance of a high-end loudspeaker, which is why Bowers & Wilkins… Read more


Polishing – the fine art of loudspeaker manufacturing

Our 800 Series Diamond loudspeakers are required to look (almost) as good as they sound. And there’s only one way of achieving this – hours and hours of attention by… Read more


Optimising Matrix

Matrix has been a vital part of the 800 Series since the Matrix 800 was launched. In the new 800 Series Diamond, Bowers & Wilkins engineers have taken the internal… Read more


Developing the solid – body tweeter

There has been a vast amount of change in the new 800 Series Diamond, yet the Diamond tweeter dome itself is one of the few elements to remain constant. We… Read more


800 Series Diamond – the art of painting speakers

We go behind the scenes at the Bowers & Wilkins factory in Worthing to look at the intensive work that is vital in producing the new 800 Series Diamond range… Read more


800 Series Diamond – ten demo tracks

The new 800 Series Diamond was six years in development. As you can imagine, our engineers listened to a lot of music through all those iterations and developments. Andy Kerr,… Read more