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B&W CT8.4 LCRS Custom Theatre Speaker

SKU: CT8.4 LCRS

$5,200.00each
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If you’re serious about home cinema, you’ll need a seriously good cinema sound system. It doesn’t get any better than Custom Theatre from Bowers & Wilkins. Drawing from our most advanced technologies, the Custom Theatre ranges are designed with one aim in mind: to lift you out of your seat and throw you into the heart of the action. CT8.4 LCRS is designed as an alternative to the CT8 DS when space is at a premium: it’s a smaller, more compact vertical surround sound speaker that generates a similarly 3D experience. It also packs enough power to act as a stand-alone loudspeaker when positioned front, side or rear.

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.

We offer Free Ground Shipping on all orders regardless of size.  

  • 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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