Bowers & Wilkins announce new 700 Series loudspeakers at lower price

New Carbon Dome tweeter assembly.

Like yourself some Bowers & Wilkins 800 Diamond Series loudspeakers? A bit too pricey for your pocketbook? Relax. Exhale. I’ve got some great news for you… B&W has just announced the 700 Series of loudspeakers (replacing the CM line), and they’re chock full of 800 Diamond technology goodness at a significantly lower price. The line has a total of nine new designs, so there’s something for everybody: three floor standing models, three standmounts, two centre-channel offerings, and a subwoofer for those so inclined.

The 702 S2 comes in at $4,500 USD.

The 700 Series borrows some of the key design elements of the Diamond line such as the Continuum driver material, modified Aerofoil bass drivers, and an all-new Carbon Dome tweeter that’s enclosed in a solid aluminum enclosure. Tell me more, you say?

Finishes on the new line include the legendary Rosenut, the living-room, and lifestyle-friendly satin white, and the coveted gloss black. Pricing ranges from $1,250 USD ($1,520 CAN), to $4,500 USD ($5,500 CAN).

If you’re in the Vancouver area, visit Hifi Centre to check out the 700 Series in person starting late September.

Take your pick.
Something for the home-theatre crowd, too.

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1 Comment

  1. lets be clear here yes these speakers are significantly less expensive than the Diamond series but they cost about 20% more than the CM series they are replacing. Headline is a little misleading.

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