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Articles in Category: Bowers & Wilkins Speakers

Why Do Maserati and BMW offer Bowers & Wilkins Speakers?

Because High-Performance Cars Need High-Performance Audio

Why Do Maserati and BMW offer Bowers & Wilkins Speakers?

Have you ever driven a BMW 5, 6, or 7 Series or Volvo XC60 or S90 with a B&W sound system? Or perhaps enjoyed the glorious soundtrack of a Maserati Levante Ferrari-built engine along with the equally sonic Bowers & Wilkins sound system? If you’re fortunate enough to have a McLaren 570 in your auto collection, you also have the audio system that is a match for that supercar.

The common point among these high-end auto companies is that they all partnered with Bowers & Wilkins to offer the ultimate car audio system that matches the performance level of the car. In car audio, sometimes a famous brand name is attached to the sound system to add brand cachet, but underneath the system is not differentiated from others by any unique engineering. Not so with Bowers & Wilkins. With each of these companies, B&W worked directly with the auto interior design teams to tailor the sound system specifically to the car’s acoustics, while incorporating unique technologies of their home audio products for the best possible sound reproduction.

Georgia Home Theater does not sell car audio, but of course, we sell high-end home audio. If you are looking for high-performance speakers for your Sandy Springs or Metro Atlanta home audio system, Georgia Home Theater is an authorized dealer for Bowers & Wilkins speakers. So, if you happen to have experienced the excellence of B&W in a car, you are in for a treat at home.

Bowers & Wilkins: The Official Speakers of Abbey Road Studios

Imagine How They Will Sound in Your Own Home’s Listening Room

Bowers & Wilkins: The Official Speakers of Abbey Road Studios

Abbey Road studios has a long and fabled history. It is perhaps best known for the 1969 namesake Beatles album, the band’s 11th studio album and the last in which all of them participated. Abbey Road Studios, however, predated the Beatles.

In 1931, the Gramophone Company – the predecessor to British record label EMI – converted what had been a century-old Georgian townhouse into a recording studio. In 1934, the inventor of stereo sound, Alan Blumlein, recorded Mozart’s Jupiter Symphony at the studio. Abbey Road Studios also became known for the innovative recording techniques pioneered in the 1960s by the Beatles, Pink Floyd, and Cliff Richard, with the help of imaginative producers and sound engineers like George Martin. Today, the studio is owned by Universal Music Group, one the world’s largest record labels.

Bowers & Wilkins (B&W) has a remarkable history of its own, if not as long as Abbey Road Studios. In 1966, John Bowers and Roy Wilkins started building loudspeakers out of a workshop in the back of an electronics shop. In the early days, the firm made public address systems, building their expertise in speaker design. By 1972, the firm had its first research facility with anechoic chambers for detailed testing. Over the decades, B&W has established its name at the forefront of high-end audio reproduction, and in recent years the company has extended its sound know-how into headphones, automobile audio, wireless, and architectural speakers.

For 15 years, Abbey Road Studios used the B&W 800D Mk1 as studio monitors, because of their incredibly accurate sound reproduction. Abbey Road recently underwent the most significant transformation in its history, adding two new studios in 2017. In 2018, the companies announced a new partnership of the venerated audio brands, where B&W is the official speaker and headphone of the famed studio.

Read on to learn more about Bowers & Wilkins speakers at Abbey Road studios. If professional sound engineers at Abbey Road use them, imagine how good they will sound in your Dunwoody-area home’s listening room.

Music Lovers: You Need To Listen To These Bowers & Wilkins Speakers

The B&W 800 Series Diamond Is a Work of Audio and Visual Art

Music Lovers: You Need To Listen To These Bowers & Wilkins Speakers

Audio enthusiasts know the Bowers & Wilkins brand (B&W) as one of the finest names in loudspeakers. For over half a century, the company has produced transducers of uncompromised quality, starting with the first hand-built units in the back of an electrical shop in West Sussex, England. Bowers & Wilkins speakers are known for reproducing accurate, natural sound – the type that music lovers here in Metro Atlanta appreciate because it does not color the audio, presenting the music in the way the artist intended.

The 800 Series Diamond line is part of B&W’s flagship range that is a full line of speakers, from bookshelf to center-channel to floor standing models, addressing any audio application with aplomb. Unlike other manufacturers, B&W doesn’t believe that speakers are designed specifically for music or movies. Any speaker should be able to handle the dynamic range of both, and the 800 Series Diamond is right at home in a high-end custom home theater as well as a dedicated 2-channel listening room. The 800 Series can deliver the thundering, low-end bass needed for movie effects, while also making Nora Jones' sultry voice float in the room as if she was live.

Read on to learn more about some of the B&W 800 Series Diamond speakers, the perfect upgrade for your Metro Atlanta home cinema or listening room.