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Founding CEDIA member Dallas Dingle of Supercalibrations says using Dirac Live room correction means happier clients.
Jason Knott · January 25, 2022
The new Lenovo Yoga 9i convertible (14 inch, Gen 7) will become the world’s first laptop to feature a bespoke Bowers & Wilkins sound system. Announced at CES 2022, the Lenovo Yoga 9i delivers an upgraded audio experience with new enhanced speakers compared to the previous generation. The Lenovo Yoga 9i features an up to 4K OLED VESA DisplayHDR 500 True Black, slim bezel touchscreen with 100 percent DCI-P3 color. Movies and music are heard as the artist intended with an improved Rotating Sound Bar now featuring Sound by Bowers & Wilkins states both Lenovo and Bowers & Wilkins. “The team at Bowers & Wilkins is always excited to work with world-leading companies with a similar philosophyto our own,” says Dave Sheen, SVP Licensing & Partnerships at Sound United. “Like Lenovo, we think and act differently to redefine what is possible for performance in a different form factor. I’m delighted that we are collaborating with a company also focused on going beyond the conventional and intent on reshaping its markets.” Bowers & Wilkins has engineered a four-speaker system that features bespoke high-quality drivers, including two tweeters and two mid/bass woofers that are integrated into the thin body of the Lenovo Yoga 9i to offer a new sonic experience to movies, music or calls. All of Bowers & Wilkins technologies are developed at the company’s R&D center in Southwater, England by the same engineering team for all projects, allowing the company to earn a reputation for consistently producing exceptional sound quality, irrespective of product type, size or form factor. Two speakers for the Lenovo Yoga 9i sound system are seamlessly integrated into the product’s 360-degree rotating soundbar hinge and designed to always face towards the user, while two additional sideways-firing speakers are fitted along the edges of the product, for a total of four speakers and a more immersive audio experience. More news from Bowers & Wilkins: Bowers & Wilkins Introduces new 700 Series Finish
Robert Archer · January 06, 2022
It has been nearly five years since CE Pro first reported on Hanson AV’s incredibly impressive Cincinnati showroom, so here’s a look back through time at what we liked about it back then.
Jason Knott · December 23, 2021
Mozaic Audio Video Integration took home a 2021 CE Pro Home of the Year Award for this sleek, modern showroom featuring a dedicated headphone bar, landscape audio space, and more.
CE Pro Editors · December 06, 2021
Bowers & Wilkins has launched two new versions of its 705 Signature stand-mount and 702 Signature floor-standing loudspeakers: Available in Midnight Blue Metallic paint, the 705 Signature and 702 Signature models feature the same drive unit design and upgraded crossover componentry as the existing Datuk Gloss-finished 700 Series Signature models, which remain available to purchase. […]
Robert Archer · November 18, 2021
David and Alissa Huse of Theater Advice form symbiotic partnership to grow the business, and incorporate family elements into their new retail showroom.
Jason Knott · October 27, 2021
Bowers & Wilkins has announced a new, modern version of its Zeppelin all-in-one loudspeaker for $799.
Robert Archer · October 13, 2021
Bowers & Wilkins intros 800 D4 Diamond Series into iconic lineup; Def Tech focuses on 6 categories including HEOS soundbar, Descend subwoofers & Demand speakers.
Arlen Schweiger · September 29, 2021
BMW’s new iX electric vehicle will feature Bowers & Wilkins speaker systems that include its Diamond Dome tweeters.
Robert Archer · September 07, 2021
Bowers & Wilkins new 800 Series Diamond range of loudspeakers feature the company’s continuum cone, FST, and biomimetic suspension technology to create an enhanced listening experience.
CE Pro Editors · August 25, 2021