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B&W CT7.4 LCRS Custom Theatre Speaker

SKU: CT7.4 LCRS

$1,400.00each
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Product Description

The mid-point speaker in the CT700 range offers superior performance at lower frequencies through its two 6" Kevlar® bass/midrange drivers. Designed to slot discreetly into custom-built cabinetry, every speaker in the CT700 range can take on either front, centre or surround duties within a multi-channel theatre set-up. Each speaker used Kevlar drive units, and features B&W’s famous Nautilus tube-loaded tweeters – a pioneering technology that draws away and dampens distorting sound waves from the rear of the drive units, thereby producing a much purer sound from the front.

Bowers & Wilkins is a British company that specializes in high-end audio equipment, including loudspeakers, headphones, and wireless speakers. The company was founded in 1966 in Worthing, England, and has since become a well-known brand in the audio industry, known for its innovative designs and high-quality sound.

Bowers & Wilkins' products are used in a variety of settings, from home entertainment systems to professional recording studios. The company's loudspeakers have been used in some of the world's most famous recording studios, including Abbey Road Studios in London and Skywalker Sound in California.

All orders are processed within 48 hours from date of order.

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  • If you would like to receive your order quicker you can request Express shipping during Check-Out in the Comments section.  Additional charges will apply.
  • In-stock items are shipped from our Vancouver warehouse and will reach major Canadian cities in 5-7 business days.
  • Items not in stock will either ship from one of our manufacturer partners' warehouses or in rare cases first must be sent to Vancouver and then to you.  
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