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14 products found
  1. B&W 683 S2 Theatre

    B&W 683 S2 Theatre

    Reviewed on 20th October 2014
    Price when reviewed £2750

    Talented and entertaining, but not quite the captivating experience we expected

  2. B&W Panorama 2

    B&W Panorama 2

    Reviewed on 19th July 2013
    Price when reviewed £1650

    Much improved on the original and delivering a quality that justifies the price

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  3. B&W MT-50

    B&W MT-50

    Reviewed on 5th October 2012
    Price when reviewed £1095

    Best style package £1000+, Awards 2015. Small package, hugely impressive sound

  4. B&W PV1D

    B&W PV1D

    Reviewed on 27th April 2012
    Price when reviewed £1200

    The successor to the multi-award winning PV1, B&W's PV1D proves to be equally as capable, and head and shoulders above the rest

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  5. B&W MT-60D

    B&W MT-60D

    Reviewed on 3rd April 2012
    Price when reviewed £1950

    Best style package £1800+, Awards 2014. This Bowers & Wilkins Home Theatre package is an impressive evolution - it ticks all our performance bo

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  7. B&W CM9 Theatre

    B&W CM9 Theatre

    Reviewed on 27th September 2011
    Price when reviewed £4200

    Best traditional package £3500+, Awards 2013. A satisfyingly high-end listening experience at a fairly attainable price.

  8. B&W MT-25

    B&W MT-25

    Reviewed on 6th July 2009
    Price when reviewed £1044

    Speaker package Product of the Year, Awards 2010. Top-notch, compact package that produces effortlessly exciting results

  9. B&W ASW608

    B&W ASW608

    Reviewed on 4th June 2009
    Price when reviewed £300

    This B&W ASW608 dinky subwoofer turns in a fast, lively and punchy delivery

  10. B&W ASW610XP

    B&W ASW610XP

    Reviewed on 27th May 2009
    Price when reviewed £700

    B&W's new ASW610XP subwoofer may be compact, but it delivers a mighty punch

  11. B&W Panorama

    B&W Panorama

    Reviewed on 11th May 2009
    Price when reviewed £1500

    The Panorama is a bit of a let-down. For all its unlikely low-frequency ability, it doesn't quite add up

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