Content tagged with 'audiophile speakers'

In-demand producer uses CM10s for his concept album, Southern Family

In-demand Grammy nominated producer, Dave Cobb, gave a playback of his new country compilation album, Southern Family, at Nashville’s Historic RCA Studio B last week. He chose a pair of… Read more

Classic Album Sundays’ Colleen Murphy listens to Electric Ladyland

‘Electric Ladyland’ is without doubt my favourite Jimi Hendrix album. ‘Axis: Bold as Love’ is certainly a strong contender and a close second but I feel Hendrix’s third album with… Read more

Hear everything, see nothing – the definitive guide to custom installation

You don’t have to see your loudspeakers to enjoy great sound. Custom installation speakers are easily concealed within your home, yet offer a genuine alternative to conventional cabinet designs. True,… Read more

PV1D – our iconic subwoofer updated.

PV1 has been a huge Bowers & Wilkins success story. Launched in 2004, this iconic subwoofer immediately demonstrated that the appliance of high technology amplification, drive-unit and construction techniques could… Read more

The story behind the finest speaker in the world.

Nautilus™ was born out of asking a few simple questions. What if we don’t follow market driven speaker design conventions? How good a speaker could we make if we took… Read more

Experience the Bowers & Wilkins Nautilus at London’s Robert Taussig

On November 17th Robert Taussig will be hosting an evening dedicated to Bowers & Wilkins’ Nautilus speaker. The Nautilus loudspeaker offers a combination of breathtaking performance and timeless appeal, 18… Read more

“Massive sound, minimum footprint”: Tone Audio MM-1 review

“Where’s the sub?” Those were the first words out of my mouth as I entered Danny Haikin’s office at Bowers & Wilkins in London earlier this year. He just smiled… Read more

PM1 speaker gallery

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. Read more

Abbey Road’s legendary Studio 2 grows to accommodate 800 Diamond

Abbey Road’s Studio 2 is quite possibly the most famous recording studio in the world. It is here that artists such as The Beatles, U2, Grove Armada and David Gilmour… Read more