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Bowers & Wilkins 683s2 Floorstanding Speakers


$ 2,499.00 AUD
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SKU: 683S2
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The 683 S2 features a Decoupled Double Dome tweeter - technology evolved from Bowers & Wilkins CM10 speaker. The double dome design uses an extremely thin aluminium dome for lightness, surrounded by a thicker aluminium ring for rigidity. The result is a far more precise treble performance. And while the tweeter looks like it's part of the main speaker, it's physically separated in its own gel-filled cavity, so performance isn't hit by unwanted resonances or vibrations, for a more natural, spacious sound.

Serious and accurate bass performance is equally vital to such a room-filling speaker. That's why the 683 S2 features a new bass driver construction method, using a similar method of bracing to the tweeter with twin layers of aluminium. The richer, distortion-free bass response is sumptuous.

As well as new bass driver construction techniques and a new tweeter, brought in from Bower & Wilkins high-end series, the 683 S2 also boasts an FST Kevlar midrange driver. Serious technology, serious performance, but seriously affordable for a speaker of this calibre.

 

 

Technical features: Decoupled Double Dome aluminium tweeter with Nautilus tube loading, Kevlar® brand fibre cone FST midrange driver, Dual-layer aluminium cone bass driver, Flowport
Description: 3-way vented-box system
Drive units: 1x ø25mm (1 in) aluminium dome high-frequency, 1x ø150mm (6 in) woven Kevlar® cone FST midrange, 2x ø165mm (6.5 in) aluminium cone bass
Frequency range: -6dB at 30Hz and 50kHz
Frequency response: 52Hz - 22kHz ±3dB on reference axis
Sensitivity: 89dB spl (2.83V, 1m)
Nominal impedance: 8ohm (minimum 3ohm)
Crossover frequencies: 400Hz, 4kHz
Recommended amplifier power: 25W - 200W 
Dimensions (HxWxD): 985mm x 190mm x 364mm (cabinet only)
Net weight: 27.2kg
Finishes: Black Ash, White

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