Bowers and Wilkins 703 S3 Series
Because of its composite development, the Continuum™ cone maintains a strategic distance from the sudden changes in conduct that can debilitate the exhibition of an ordinary drive unit. The outcome is a more open, impartial exhibition that conveys voices and instruments with accuracy and straightforwardness.
Each three-way amplifier in the new 700 Series has a committed midrange cone utilizing four vital Nooks and Wilkins advancements: the Continuum cone, FST™, Biomimetic Suspension and midrange decoupling, the last option guaranteeing negligible impedance from the activity of the amplifier's bass drivers.
Created utilizing progressed PC displaying strategies, the Aerofoil™ Profile bass cone has variable thickness, giving solidness and inflexibility where it's required most. The outcome: profound and dynamic bass.
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The new 703 S3 currently includes our notorious Tweeter-on-Top setup interestingly, close by a decoupled FST™ Continuum cone midrange driver - upgraded by the expansion of our progressive new Biomimetic Suspension - and twin Aerofoil Profile bass drivers.Its new Tweeter-on-Top design and the progressive Biomimetic Suspension in its decoupled midrange drive unit consolidate to raise the 703 S3 to all-new levels of execution.
The 700 Series includes the most recent age of our famous Strong Body Tweeter-on-Top lodging. Its new, more extended structure consolidates a more drawn out tube-stacking framework to create a much more free and open sound with high frequencies. The painstakingly decoupled lodging is processed from a solitary strong block of aluminum to all the more likely oppose reverberation.
Carbon Arch tweeters are carefully designed for the 700 Series. Conveying a sensational enhancement for the aluminum twofold vault tweeter, they raise the separation edge to 47kHz, for pinpoint imaging exactness and detail.