No artificial additives, that's been our approach to sound quality from the start. It's exactly the same with the CM Series.
Hidden from view inside the cabinet, the crossover is a feature of a speaker that often gets overlooked. Surprising, really - not just because it does the essential job of dividing the source signal into bass, midrange and treble, but also because the way it's constructed is one of the best indicators of the quality of the speaker's mechanical components. The thing to look for is simplicity. The rule is, the better the mechanical design of the drive units, the simpler the electronic design of the crossover can afford to be. And the quality of the CM Series drive units is such that we’ve been able to make the speakers' crossover one of the simplest we’ve ever produced.
Maximizes the effects of Kevlar® by improving cone response times and integrity of sound transmissionFST
Bowers & Wilkins’ famous Nautilus™ tapering tube absorbs sound waves from the rear of the tweeterNautilus Tapering Tubes
Read why the world's finest recording studio is a keen advocate of Bowers & Wilkins 800 Series loudspeakers.Abbey Road Studios
Steady hands, watchful eyes, and the finest natural materials all play a vital role in our production process.Craftsmanship
Every discovery our scientists make influences how loudspeakers all over the world are designed and built.Innovation
Offers a unique chance to hear music exactly as recorded: detailed, vibrantly alive, full of power and unhindered by speaker distortion.Society of Sound