It almost became an icon when it came over 10 years ago. Powers & Wilkins Zeppelin It was the first really good table speaker, and both the first and . versions Latest from 2015 It was at the top of sound quality and ease of use.
Then calm prevailed, and if we want to tell the truth, we don’t know exactly what happened to Zeppelin. Which got its name from the airships called ziplines.
But now it’s back, with the same look as before but with improved technology so that it can challenge Naims, Technics and Geneva speakers in the premium class.
The new Zeppelin is wireless so you can stream music straight from your couch. It supports AirPlay 2, Spotify Connect, and has Bluetooth technology that supports aptX Adaptive, which at least in theory should allow you to stream audio files in a high-resolution format.
Read more about aptX Adaptive here:
There is of course an app for everything, where you can stream from Qobuz, Tidal and as I said from Spotify, but also from TuneIn Radio and Deezer.
So far, very good, but the biggest changes in the interior are. The loudspeaker elements are developed by B&W’s long experience, and we realize the triplet with the Decoupled Double Dome of B&W’s latest 600 series.
A 15 cm subwoofer is placed in the center, behind the fabric front, with a large 9 cm FST intermediate register (fixed suspension transformer) on each side. According to B&W, the total power corresponds to 240 watts.
New Zeppelin is already on its way Heavy Club Stores It costs 8000 SEK in dark gray or light gray pearl.
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