Bowers & Wilkins’ PM1 speakers deliver big sound in a compact package

Andrea Divirgilio / June 14, 2011

Bowers & Wilkins PM1 Speakers

Although it is almost impossible to recreate aptness, the British speaker manufacturer B&W (Bowers & Wilkins) has created many excellent tweeters like the 800 Series with clarity of diamond or one with an integrated iPod speaker system that costs $24,000 per pair. Yet again, Bowers & Wilkins has come up with a pair of speakers for the uber-rich listening experience. As the company has been in this business for a long time and is known for producing quality products, now they have revealed the B&W PM1 high-end loudspeaker, designed specifically for music.

The newest trendy-looking PM1 speaker is described as probably the most refined small speaker yet created. For the true audiophile the company has created speakers with new technological innovations with a carbon base that makes the B&W aluminum domes even more impressive. The sound frequency can go below 20kHz and can be experienced since the speaker is made from a diamond dome that allows the high breakups to go much below frequencies than others.

To give wider dispersion at higher frequencies, the drive unit uses surround material with the 800 Series Diamond models. A pair of B&W PM1 speakers in Mocha Gloss finish is available at £1995 per pair and weighs 9.3Kg.

Via: Bowers & Wilkins

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