Bowers & Wilkins 700 Series 2 Debut and Demo Report
With the success of the CM Series since its debut in 2014, Bowers & Wilkins is aiming to take performance and value to the next level by borrowing technologies from their venerable 800 D3 series and giving birth to their new 700 Series 2. B&W's design objective of "not just beating their rivals but blowing them away", is quite ambitious for this series. From carbon tweeters to Continuum midrange and Aerofoil cone woofers, to their painstaking control of resonance and breakup modes, and premium part usage in the crossover designs, they may just be able to pull it off. Read on to find out our initial impressions.
Bowers & Wilkins aims to raise the performance/value ratio by borrowing technologies from their 800 D3 series to giving birth to their new 700 Series 2. Read on for design details and our impressions.