Bowers & Wilkins' MM-1 PC speakers deliver great audio
Good Gear Guide.au
21 June 2010
Conclusion: For a company that also sells audiophile grade music online, we were ready to question the Bowers & Wilkins MM-1's limitation to 16-bit resolution digital audio. As it happens, this speaker system makes something of a silk purse out of CD-quality music.
Excerpt: Getting worked up speakers for your Mac or PC is about as difficult as feeling excited about your annual tax return. But when said speakers are made by high-end hi-fi purveyors Bowers & Wilkins, it’s definitely time for gadget fanatics and sonic obsessives to get het up.
Pros: Stunning sound, great looks, makes your PC tunes sound brilliant
Excerpt: Bowers & Wilkins is a company renowned for rolling out the very best looking, thoughtfully designed hi-fi kit out there. From the gorgeous Zeppelin iPod dock to the retro-style P5 headphones, it doesn’t make bad looking tech.
Excerpt: We’ve already established that the B&W MM-1s look great and sound the part. But just how good are the sonics on these dinky PC wonders? And can they compare to B&W’s ace iPod docks? Read our complete Bowers & Wilkins MM-1 speakers review: sound quality and we’ll tell you just what’s what.