Nov. 19, 2012
-- British loudspeaker giants, Bowers & Wilkins have released an all new home audio speaker which allows the music lover to free their favourite music, using state of the art wireless music technology.
The Bowers & Wilkins A7 speaker combines high quality audio engineering, and industry leading electronics, with wireless Apple AirPlay streaming, in one discreet hi-fi unit which can play music direct from an iPad, iPhone or iPod Touch.
Audiophiles simply choose their favourite song remotely, and the A7 speaker broadcasts it into the room. This puts the user in control, wherever they are in the room. They can even act as DJ from iTunes on a PC or Mac. Incredibly, with more than one A7 speaker in the building to form a multi-room system, users can even move from one room to another and take their music with them.
It’s effortless and only limited by the user’s music collection. Of course, since the A7 is compatible with popular music apps such as Last.fm, Pandora and Mixcloud, the collection of the average user can be extremely vast.
Like the rest of the Bowers & Wilkins audio range, the A7 wireless music system ticks all the right boxes for style: a simple, streamlined piece of kit that can fit comfortably into most rooms. But it’s what’s inside the A7 that really counts.
This includes a 6" Kevlar-reinforced subwoofer providing rich, deep bass and four premium drivers which have been specially designed by Bowers & Wilkins, for this new release. Five dedicated audiophile Class D amplifiers round out the truly immersive audio experience that the A7 delivers.
Since the British loudspeaker visionaries have already reinvented the wheel on more than one occasion, the tube loaded tweeters first seen on the flagship Nautilus speaker, are also featured here, which means that the wireless A7 speaker boasts the same high frequency crystal clear sound as its predecessors, but with the all new A7 the user also enjoy the freedom to move around the room whilst they drop a beat; and depending upon the beat, the freedom to move might be just what they need.
For more information on the Bowers & Wilkins A7 speaker, along with the rest of the current range, simply head over to http://www.bowers-wilkins.co.uk/