True audiophiles will know the value of quality equipment. Whether it’s a full stereo set up for your front room, or simply the best ‘phones you can find to crank out the latest album from your favourite band on the daily commute, the discerning music fan knows that their music deserves the best. Unfortunately for those of us with a passion for sonic excellence, in the 21st Century and the age of digital, more technology means more wires and more mess.
British audio brand Bowers & Wilkins recognise this problem and are redefining their original Zeppelin speaker for those of us drowning in miles of cabling by launching the redesigned Zeppelin Wireless. Keeping its iconic silhouette, every element of the new Zeppelin Wireless has been at the same time redesigned to deliver the highest quality sound performance.
Some specifics for the geekier amongst us? Why not! Featuring two Double Dome tweeters as found in Bowers & Wilkins award-winning CM Series of Hi-Fi speakers, the two midrange drivers benefit from FST technology. The new, reinforced cabinet means you can crank those riffs to 11 and benefit from the reduced vibrations, with a new Digital Signal Processing twice as powerful as its predecessor delivering more detailed and refined sound.
A raft of developments means you can use the Bowers & Wilkins Control App via iOS, Mac and PC to control volume and playback functions from the comfort of your armchair, for the ultimate easy listening experience. Isn’t it about time you de-cluttered your life?
Zeppelin Wireless can be purchased from the 8th October for £499 – for more information see the B&W website and social media profiles below.
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This post has been sponsored by Bowers & Wilkins but thoughts are our own.