Bowers & Wilkins DM601 S1 user manual and description

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Bowers Wilkins DM601

Bowers Wilkins DM601

Bowers Wilkins DM601

Bowers Wilkins DM601

Bowers Wilkins DM601

Bowers & Wilkins DM601 S1

Description
The Bowers & Wilkins DM601 Speaker is a bookshelf speaker system with a signal-to-noise ratio of 88 dB. This Bowers & Wilkins speaker has a double skinned baffle construction and uses extra internal bracing for reduced coloration and clearer sound. This Bowers & Wilkins bookshelf speaker has a frequency response ranging from 60 Hz to 22 kHz. This Bowers & Wilkins speaker has an impedance rating of 8 ohms, and a crossover point at 4 kHz. The Bowers & Wilkins DM601 Speaker uses a 6.5” woven Kevlar cone bass driver and a 1” Nautilus tube-loaded metal dome tweeter to ensure that both highs and lows are reproduced without any distortion.

Overall rating:
Great affordable speaker, specially good for home cinema and vintage gear.
+ Handle big power
+ Transparent speaker
– Can be clinical when paired with wrong gear

Product Identifiers
Brand B&W
Model DM601 (S1)

Key Features
Speaker Type Main / Stereo
Mounting Bookshelf
Construction 2-Way vented-box system
Drive units: 1 x 25mm metal dome high-frequency | 1 x 165mm Kevlar® cone bass / midrange

Technical Details
Power Handling 25W –100W into 8 ohms
Frequency Reponse 70Hz – 20kHz ± 3dB on reference axis
Impedance 8 ohms (minimum 4.2 ohms)
Sensitivity 88dB spl(2.83V 1m)

Design
Available Colors Black ash

Dimension
204 x 356 x 244 mm (Width x Height x Depth)
Width 8 in.
Depth 9.6 in.
Height 14 in.

Weight:
6.1 kg

Download manual:

Bowers & Wilkins DM601, DM602 user manual in PDF (360 kB)
 
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