Brand: Bowers & Wilkins

Bowers And Wilkins - 805 D4 Signature Bookshelf Speaker (Each)

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Bowers And Wilkins - 805 D4 Signature Bookshelf Speaker (Each)

Price $6,000.00
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Signature Performance, Looks, and Craftsmanship: British-Built Bowers & Wilkins 805 D4 Signature Bookshelf Speaker Features Diamond Dome Tweeter, Solid-Body Tweeter-on-Top Housing, Enhanced Grille

Visually, the beautiful appearance, ultra-luxurious finish, and striking architecture of the Bowers & Wilkins 805 D4 Signature explain why this bookshelf loudspeaker will stop anyone in their tracks. Sonically, this stand-mount model’s ability to serve the artist's original intent by reproducing music with beguiling transparency, detail, resolution, and accuracy that practically take you to the recording studio tells you all you need to know about why its part of a line that remains one of the most-discussed and sought-after in the world. 

Handcrafted to play any music — from modern pop to bluegrass, bebop to opera, outlaw country to golden-age hip-hop, stoner rock to speed metal — the two-way 805 D4 Signature doesn't discriminate when it comes to genre. Its advanced driver array accounts for its engaging dynamics, openness, air, and balance. A specialist when it comes to recreating believable soundstages and intricate details, Bowers & Wilkins' one-inch diamond dome tweeter and signature solid-body Tweeter-on-Top housing — milled from a single block of aluminum and sculpted into an elongated form with a long tube-loading system that lessens rear diffraction — accompany a 6.5-inch Continuum cone bass midrange and an aluminum bass pod. They're part of a form-follows-function mentality that helps make music sound as if it is being made in your room in real time by real artists.

Whether you’re listening to analog or digital, 805 D4 Signature remains true to the source. Credit for such transparency owes to Bowers & Wilkins engineers' belief that everything involved with the speaker's construction can impact the end result. That obsessive passion explains why 805 D4 Signature is made entirely in the company's dedicated factory in England — and why all its components went through years of sophisticated testing and analysis. That painstaking devotion also accounts for why many of the world's foremost music institutions and recording studios — Abbey Road Studios, Capitol Records, Interscope Records, 20th Century Fox, Sony, MIT, Sterling Sound, and the Boston Symphony Orchestra to name just a handful — choose to use the 800 Series family in their everyday pursuits.

Measuring 17.3 x 9.4 x 14.7 inches (HWD), 805 D4 Signature touts advanced Matrix bracing in which interlocking panels reinforce the cabinet walls in all directions to reduce resonance and solidify the soundstage. Another major perk: The reverse-wrap cabinet, wherein the front and sides are formed from one continuous curve and held together by a solid aluminum spine. In real-word terms, the approach improves dispersion and lessens reflections. Add to these features the choice of two exquisite finishes colors and a rear-mounted crossover mounted on stiff aluminum spines — a unique touch that isolates the sensitive capacitors and acts as a strategic heatsink. The speaker's unique architecture, which extends to the new tweeter grille with an extended tube-loading system, also means colorations are practically an afterthought.

We'd love to talk more with you about these very special speakers. To learn more, or arrange for a risk-free in-home audition, please call one of our audio consultants at 312-433-0200. 

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