Bowers & Wilkins has introduced a couple of new mini theatre systems to its range this week in the form of the MT-50 and MT-60D. The MT-50 mini theatre system will set you back around £1,100 for five M-1 satellites and the MT-25’s ASW608 subwoofer. While the more expensive MT-60D costs around £1,950 for five M-1s and a PV1D subwoofer.
Starting with the MT-50 this system is shipped with the brand new M1 satellite speakers, which are equipped with a new port on the rear of each alongside all-new drive units. Bowers & Wilkins have included a new tweeter and bass/mid-range driver inside each, that allows the speakers to work as well in a stereo pairing as with 5.1 surround sound set up, say Bowers & Wilkins.
The MT-60D is also equipped with M1 speakers, but pairs them with a new subwoofer named the PV1D. The Bowers & Wilkins PV1D is an all-digital speaker, fitted with the same technology found in the DB1 speaker. With a diving-bell shape, it has an OLED screen for adjustments to sound levels and volume control, and has a power output of 400W.
The speakers can also be bought as separates with the M-1 speakers costing around £150 each, with the ASW608 sub priced at £349. The PV1D is more expensive at £1,200. Floor stands for the M-1s are also available, at £100 each.
Source: Tech DigestFiled Under: Gadgets News