Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin Now in White
Launching in October last year, Bowers & Wilkins' updated Zeppelin enjoyed a technology makeover, some eight years after the original Zeppelin release. Never relenting in their endless pursuit of high-quality and high-performance audio and lifestyle products, Zeppelin Wireless will now also be available in white. The same impressive audio performance, with a contemporary new colour.
Geoff Matthews, CEO of B&W's Australian distributor Convoy, told StereoNET:
The Zeppelin Wireless has the same instantly recognisable silhouette as the original Zeppelin, but every element of the speaker has been redesigned to deliver superlative audio performance; once again redefining what is possible from a single speaker system.
This latest addition to the range has been created to appeal to palette purists and design enthusiasts who prefer a more neutral colour.
Like its counterpart, the Zeppelin Wireless white is fitted with five completely new drive units and features two Double Dome tweeters as found in Bowers & Wilkins award winning CM Series of Hi-Fi speakers, while the two-midrange drivers benefit from FST technology. This unique approach to drive unit design is also found in B&W's flagship 800 Series Diamond, which they say "also helps Zeppelin Wireless white deliver pristine, life like vocals and instruments."
As capable as it is beautiful, Zeppelin Wireless whites’ neutral colour and sweeping contours command aesthetic appreciation. The shape is not just by chance. It has been designed to produce the best sound while also visually appealing.
Zeppelin Wireless white is capable of creating room-filling sound from the bookshelf, or as a design centrepiece of a room. The improved sound quality from the updated Zeppelin Wireless creates an acoustic atmosphere that belies its size. For a one-box solution that defies expectations on sound, the Zeppelin Wireless white is as good seen as it is heard.
Zeppelin Wireless is available in black now, with the white colour available in late August for $999.95 RRP.
For more information visit Bowers & Wilkins Australia.
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