Enjoy audiophile-quality sound with this Bowers & Wilkins floor-standing monitor. It has a passive radiator and bass-aligned reflex port for clear, rich bass tones, and the black ash cabinet looks great in any room. This Bowers & Wilkins floor-standing monitor is ideal for use as a home theater front channel.
Continuum™ cone midrange driver
Along with 1" aluminum tweeter for a complete range of sounds.
3-way speaker system
Sounds like 1 source rather than several separate sources.
Offers a stylish look to complement your existing décor.
Remains acoustically transparent while protecting the speaker's components.
29Hz - 33kHz frequency response
Ensures a wide range of accurately reproduced sound.
8 ohms nominal impedance
Ensures efficient conduction of power through the speaker.
B&W 600 Series Dual 6-1/2" Passive 3-Way Floor Speaker (Each)
600 Series Dual 6-1/2" Passive 3-Way Floor Speaker (Each)
Bowers & Wilkins
B&W 603 WHITE
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Wireless Multi-Room Audio
Additional Accessories Included
Allen wrench, 4 nuts, 4 speaker spikes, port plug, 4 plate washer, 4 rubber feet, plinth, 4 x M6x35 screws, 4 shakeproof washers
These speakers sounded good in the store but they sound great in my house. The highs are crystal clear as well as the mids and bass. They sound great at any volume. And they look as good as they sound. Worth every penny.
These towers are the best bang for the buck and to be honest, I loved them every second that I owned them but then I got the upgrade bug! I thought if these speakers were that good then, how amazing could the 703 S2 series be? Well, it turned out they are amazing but if you can’t spend the extra dough for the 703 S2 series, then the 603’s would give you the listening experience you want!
Detailed sound with a great soundstage. Surprisingly low bass extension. Need a lot of power amplification to open these up so I currently have them bi amped running about 250 watts to each. Placement is critical so play with the toe in and closeness to the wall when trying to find the best sound. I’ve found that placing them against the wall without toe in gives me the best treble response and bass response too.
These will give you a nice and balanced sound. Good for classical music or music with a lot of vocals. Not the best for electronic, rap.
Look to Klipsch if you want something with a rock, live sound. Look to def tech if you want more bass. I listened to both klipsch and def tech and thought the B&W were the most neutral and had the best soundstage.
To start these speakers are amazing.
Bowers and Wilkins are amazing speaker manufacturers, while also a name a lot of people don't know. Most Best Buy's will sell you definitive technology because of the price point but for a little more you can have real quality in my opinion. The sound stage is amazing, mid-range and tweeter are awesome, makes these great for movies and music. I'd recommend these to anyone. Hook them up to a nice receiver or amplifier and go wild.