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B&W 7 Series

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by yatesd2404, Sep 25, 2003.

  1. yatesd2404

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    Hi all,



    Have been searching around without any luck trying to find any reviews of the new B&W 7 series, and wondered whether anyone had any links here.


    Thanks,


    Dave.
     
  2. megson

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    Hi

    I have today had delivered my 2003 awards edition of What Hifi and there is a review of the new B&W 705 (stand mount) on page 8.

    I wont give anything away and spoil your anticipation of the review!!

    regards

    Megson
     
  3. yatesd2404

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    I am a subscriber to What HiFi as well so hopefully mine will be arriving in the next few days. I will look out for that review.


    Cheers,

    Dave.
     
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    I read somewhere that they have the same tweeter, with minor mods, as the Sig 805 :eek:

    May make them worth considering though probably not worth going from my 1NTs. Like the walnut finish though :smoke:

    Peter
     
  5. alexs2

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    There's a review of the smallest model in this month's HiFiNews....very favourable overall,with the usual comments about good partnering ampliers.
    The tweeter borrows some design philosophies from the Sig805,but is not the same one.
     

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