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Bowers & Wilkins Unveils A White Zeppelin Wireless Speaker

By Victor Baker


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White Zeppelin Wireless

British audio specialists from Bowers & Wilkins have launched the beautiful Zeppelin Wireless speaker almost one year ago, and everyone around the world went crazy about it. That only calls for a new edition, right? That’s exactly why the much-appreciated speaker has returned into our lives once again, this time wearing a stylish white outfit.

The Zeppelin Wireless White speaker has been designed to make palette purists and design enthusiasts smile once again, offering them a more neutral color tone complemented by superlative audio performance and amazing features.

The Zeppelin Wireless speakers shows off five completely new drive units and two Double Dome tweeters, allowing it to deliver pristine, lifelike vocals and instruments. Bowers & Wilkins has also equipped this beauty with a new, larger 6.5” subwoofer, featuring an ultra-long voice coil, that will probably help deep bass lovers to torment their neighbors.

White Zeppelin Wireless

The reinforced cabinet has been re-imagined to reduce vibrations significantly, while the 50% thicker front fascia and the specially designed glass fiber ribs strengthen the cabinet as well. Thanks to Digital Signal Processing (DSP), which is two folds more powerful when you compare it to its predecessor, the Zeppelin speaker delivers a truly enhanced musical experience.

AirPlay, Bluetooth aptX and Spotify Connect are all a much appreciated bonus, while the Bowers & Wilkins Control App, which helps you communicate with this beauty, is available via iOS, Mac and PC, making control easy and only a button away.

The White Zeppelin Wireless from Bowers & Wilkins surely fits all tastes and decors, and will be yours for $699.99 starting this August.

White Zeppelin Wireless

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About Victor Baker

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