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Black Friday speaker deal: B&W 606 Award-winners down to £329

Black Friday speaker deal: B&W 606 Award-winners down to £329
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The 2019 What Hi-Fi? Award-winning Bowers & Wilkins 606 bookshelf speakers have hit a rock bottom price in this brilliant Black Friday speaker deal. You can pick them up for just £329 while stocks last.

Launched originally at £529, you can get this superb discount at Peter Tyson (opens in new tab), Sevenoaks (opens in new tab) and Richer Sounds (opens in new tab) if you're quick.

The B&W 606s are so cheap they wouldn't even now fit in the category they won just over 12 months ago – best standmount speaker between £400 and £750 – and they only lost out in 2020 thanks to their successors, the £599 B&W 606 S2 Anniversary Edition. If you want a bang for buck Black Friday deal, then this is most definitely it.

Award-winning ster...

B&W 606 speakers £549 £329 at Peter Tyson (save £220) (opens in new tab)
Save £220 on these five-star Bowers & Wilkins speakers, which combine great looks with class-leading sound. They're a great size and deliver an upbeat and entertaining sound.

Award-winning ster...

B&W 606 speakers £549 £329 at Sevenoaks (save £220) (opens in new tab)
You can save £220 at Sevenoaks, too, meaning you have a choice of where you'd like to checkout and, possibly, find a few more bargains.

These Bowers & Wilkins speakers absolutely remain among class leaders, especially at this stunning new low price.

The 606 use B&W’s Continuum cone technology, as seen on the company’s more expensive models, and it’s the cheapest range on which the material appears. This cone material replaces the iconic Kevlar of previous generations, with the change being marked by a move to silver from yellow. 

A 16.5cm Continuum bass/midrange driver is joined by a 25mm decoupled double dome aluminium tweeter. Decoupling the tweeter from the front panel reduces the degrading effects of the vibrations generated by the mid/bass unit.

The result is a brilliantly detailed and balanced presentation, which sets itself above the competition with an infectious energy and incredibly engaging knack for rhythm and dynamic expression.

If you're looking for a pair of bookshelf speakers costing less than £500, this deal is an absolute no brainer.