Bowers and Wilkins HTM71 S3 Center-channel speaker
Really astonishing sound
Because of its composite development, the Continuum™ cone dodges the sudden changes in conduct that can disable the exhibition of a customary drive unit. The outcome is a more open, impartial exhibition that conveys voices and instruments with accuracy and straightforwardness.
Spotless and clear
Each three-way amplifier in the new 700 Series has a committed midrange cone utilizing four vital Nooks and Wilkins advances: the Continuum cone, FST™, Biomimetic Suspension and midrange decoupling, the last option guaranteeing negligible obstruction from the activity of the amplifier's bass drivers.
A victory of science
Created utilizing progressed PC displaying methods, the Aerofoil™ Profile bass cone has variable thickness, giving solidness and inflexibility where it's required most. The outcome: profound and dynamic bass.
|Bowers and Wilkins HTM71 S3 Center-channel speaker
Our lead community channel speaker includes a Carbon Vault drive unit housed in a Tweeter-On-Top nook, a 130mm (5in) Continuum Cone FST™ midrange driver - especially significant for lucidity with exchange - and twin Aerofoil™ Profile bass cones. It's the ideal accomplice for the 705 S3, 703 S3 and 702 S3.
Solid vocal execution
The HTM71 S3 presently includes Tweeter-on-Top innovation, guaranteeing ideal combination with likewise prepared 700 Series models in an encompass sound framework.
A house for high frequencies
The 700 Series includes the most recent age of our notorious Strong Body Tweeter-on-Top lodging. Its new, more extended structure integrates a more extended 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 more readily oppose reverberation.
More honed detail
Carbon Vault tweeters are carefully designed for the 700 Series. Conveying an emotional enhancement for the aluminum twofold vault tweeter, they raise the separation edge to 47kHz, for pinpoint imaging precision and detail.