The Making of the Bowers & Wilkins 800 Series Diamond Speakers #ManufacturingMonday
In 1979 we redefined what is possible in sound reproduction with the very first 800 Series speaker — the Matrix 800. In 1998, we re-wrote the rulebook all over again with the Nautilus 800 Series. But we didn’t stop there. We continued to refine and experiment, and now we’ve raised the benchmark again. The 800 Series Diamond harnesses the unique properties of diamond throughout the range, producing a sound of unheard-of accuracy and realism.
For high-end and high-spending audiophiles, the 800 series are revered, and that’s putting it lightly. For more context and review of these speakers check out this article by SoundStage! Xperience’s Aron Garrecht.
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