Sunday, February 19, 2006

Bowers & Wilkins CDM1SE

Bowers & Wilkins, one of Europe's biggest manufacturer of loudspeakers, developed the use of Kevlar, the material used in bullet-proof vests, for loudspeaker cones to reduce unwanted standing waves. The tweeter on top technology ensures that the sound remains focused and that stereo imaging is presented in three dimensional accuracy.
This model, a CDM1SE, is a pricey bookshelf speaker system when it was first introduced in the market five years ago. It was already superceded by newer models but compared to current models, it never pales in comparison to any one in its class!

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