Bowers & Wilkins Introduces New In-Ceiling Home Theater Speakers

Posted: Jan 22 2009, 10:00am CST | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 12:43pm CDT, in News | Home Entertainment

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Bowers & Wilkins maybe known to most as the maker of truly high-end speakers. The firm puts sound systems into some of the most luxurious vehicles in the world and offers some of the most expensive speakers you can get.

B&W has introduced a new in-ceiling home theater speaker called the CCM816 that is set to be available in February 2009 at a price of $600 each. For that price, you get a speaker that has a 2-way design and a woven Kevlar driver for bass and midrange.

The same cone is used on other B&W speakers, but the in-ceiling driver gets a blue coating to be less eye catching than the normal yellow. The drivers are set to a 28-degree angle to allow the speaker to focus sound on the optimum listening position. The speaker is engineered to allow for the angle while sitting flush with the ceiling.

Via Bowers & Wilkins

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