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B&W is all ready to unveil its M-1 speaker and PV1D subwoofer. It’s been 6 years and finally the M-1 compact monitor is having their drivers brushed up with some updates. This will assure an enhanced performance from them. The full range performance is all a customer expects from any device and especially from a sound system, nothing less will be expected. B&W offering the best will surely delight a large volume of customers with its new edge technology and stylish looks too.
The PV1D subwoofer benefits meanwhile have its completely redesigned curves and corners and moderations have been made in its functionality too. It now claims to have refreshed utilities and properties with the same old but efficient digital platform. A brand new screen display is available with its OLED and one will find an amusing EQ circuit at a low 7.5HZ cut-off.
The component that’s left untouched in the Mini Theatre range of devices is the ASW608 subwoofer. Most surprisingly it will be now available in matte white which can be matched with option of M1.
More details on the services and offers are available on the supported sites. It comes along with many utilities and bundled options. Expectations won’t be dealt so generously here because it’s just another regular home theatre with its stylish looks and new integrated technology. But that’s nothing new in its concept for it doesn’t offer much more edge properties that many similar genus devices presently available in the market offers.
For example you would not find a WiFi utility or a Bluetooth in it. Well it doesn’t require one if it’s meant to be plugged in to a TV screen or a PC as a home theatre device. However there won’t be any lame excuses it would have for a customer who is into nothing more than pure sound quality with reliable functionality.
The monitor can be owned at a price of around Rs. 12,500/- as it was heard and for the PV1D, it says a price of about Rs. 84,000/-. This seems a bit too pricy for a home theatre but the world knows quality and reliability is costly. The ASW608 has a price tagging of RS 24,665/- and that can be considered regular.
One last word, these are the details that have not been officially announced at a media/press meet. More details on the products, their prices and availability along with the bundled offers can be known once it’s officially announced. However it has been confirmed that the products will be made available in the markets by early this year.