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800 Series Diamond loudspeakers

by Simon Yuen on Nov 4, 2015 in Products
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Bowers & Wilkins unveils 800 Series Diamond loudspeakers in Hong Kong

Bowers & Wilkins, a leader in loudspeaker products, has recently launched the new 800 Series Diamond, with four models, in Hong Kong.

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The new series took seven years to develop. The most striking transformation of the mid-range drive units is a new continuum cone featuring superior acoustic properties, which replaces the Kevlar cones that have long been a major factor of the 800 Series' mid-range performance. Bass performance has also been improved by the introduction of the Aerofoil cone, considerably reducing distortion thanks to new cone geometry.

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The appearance of this new series has been changed to showcase a slender and modern industrial design. The turbine head is constructed from a single piece of aluminum sitting on a sleek reverse-wrap cabinet, crafted from layers of wood, which are curved into shape under intense pressure.

Designed and produced in the UK, four models of the 800 Series Diamond are available in B&W’s Hong Kong showroom now.

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