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Bowers & Wilkins T7 Portable Bluetooth Speaker - Black
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- T7 is a speaker you can pick up and play anywhere. Just charge it up, and it's good for 18 solid hours of playback.
- With T7, you can stream audio directly from any Bluetooth-enabled PC, tablet or mobile phone, without the need for a Wi-Fi network. And because T7 uses Bluetooth aptX, which allows the transfer of high-resolution audio data, sound quality is truly exceptional.
- Designed for the optimum balance of movement and stiffness, the T7's twin bass radiators deliver beats and bass lines with serious depth and impact.
- T7's rock-solid stability is thanks to Micro Matrix: a rigid honeycomb of interlocking cells that brace the cabinet and reduce vibration and distortion.
- Bowers & Wilkins T7 Portable Bluetooth Speaker comes with a 2-year limited warranty only when purchased from an authorized dealer including Amazon.com (indicated by ships from and sold by Amazon.com).
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T7 comes from Bowers & Wilkins, an audio company with close to five decades of experience creating the loudspeakers that world-leading recording studios.
Small speaker, big sound
Bluetooth aptX convenience
With T7, you can stream audio directly from any Bluetooth-enable PC, tablet, or mobile phone, without the need for a Wi-Fi network. T7 uses high quality Bluetooth aptX, which means you can stream high-resolution audio files for crystal clear sound.
Bass radiators for serious depth and impact
With small speakers, solid bass is hard to come by. T7 rewrites the rules thanks to its unique twin bass radiators. Designed for the optimum balance of movement and stiffness, they deliver beats and bass lines with serious depth and impact.
Micro Matrix – rock solid construction
Cabinet vibrations are the enemy of good sound. T7’s rock-solid stability is due to Micro Matrix: a rigid honeycomb of interlocking cells that brace the cabinet and reduce vibration and distortion. So you hear the performance, not the speaker.
Play for longer
Forget about power cords and plug sockets – T7 is a speaker you can pick up and play anywhere. Just charge it up, and T7 is good for an incredible 18 solid hours of playback. More than enough time for a picnic in the park, or an evening round the barbeque.
Play for longer
Easy to use
Bespoke drive units
|T7 Gold||Zeppelin Wireless||P5 Wireless|
|Connectivity||Bluetooth||Bluetooth aptX, AirPlay, Spotify Connect||Bluetooth|
|Drive units||2x 2” Full range 2 x Auxiliary Bass Radiators (ABR)||2x 1” double dome tweeters, 2x 4” FST midrange, 6.5” subwoofer||On ear, noise isolating, luxurious materials, comfortable fit|
|Amplified power output||2 x 12W||2 X 25W (tweeter) 2 x 25 W (midrange) 1 x 50W (subwoofer)||Features: Changeable cushions, detachable cable, Folding design|
|Dimensions HWD||4.5” x 8.25” x 2.125”||7.4” x 26” x 7.2”||2x 1.2” Full range|
|Inputs||Auxiliary – analogue (stereo 3.5mm jack) Service – firmware updates only (micro USB)||Network (RJ45 Ethernet or Wi-Fi) Auxiliary – analogue (3.5mm min jack) USB – service only||3.5mm stereo mini jack (CTIA 4-pole) Micro USB 2.0 (Battery Charging, Service & FW update) 2x microphones supporting CVC2 algorithm|
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|Connectivity Technology||Wireless||Wireless||Wireless||bluetooth, usb||Wired & Wireless||Wired & Wireless|
|Item Dimensions||9.48 x 4.56 x 5.6 in||4.1 x 9.1 x 3.5 in||10.08 x 1.89 x 5.18 in||8.46 x 2.48 x 2.2 in||14.49 x 8.11 x 10.79 in||1.8 x 10.1 x 5.6 in|
|Item Weight||3.93 lbs||3 lbs||3.03 lbs||1.71 lbs||6.6 lbs||2.4 lbs|
|Power Source||Battery||AC||AC & Battery||—||—||battery-powered|
Bowers & Wilkins T7 combines high-quality Bluetooth wireless streaming with compact size, and rechargeable convenience for fantastic listening anywhere you are. T7 comes from Bowers & Wilkins, an audio company with close to five decades of experience creating the loudspeakers that world-leading recording studios such as Abbey Road depend upon. Listen and you’ll see. Thanks to cutting-edge Bowers & Wilkins technologies, T7 delivers best-in-class sound for portable wireless speakers. The structural stiffening provided by the Micro Matrix technology and the high-output bass radiators ensure T7 provides real Hi-Fi sound in a compact package. T7 is Bowers & Wilkins very first Bluetooth wireless speaker, featuring aptX audio coding technology. So not only can you stream audio directly from any Bluetooth-enabled device – you can do so in high-definition Hi-Fi-quality. Derived from the Matrix internal bracing used in Bowers & Wilkins reference loudspeakers and developed as part of Bowers & Wilkins next-generation automotive audio concepts, the Micro Matrix honeycomb structure provides substantial cabinet stiffening and a solid platform for the T7’s drive units. T7 is the most portable standalone speaker Bowers & Wilkins has ever produced. The size of a hardback book, it’s designed to be picked up and carried with you; and T7’s rechargeable battery gives you the freedom to take it with you wherever you go, for up to 18 hours at normal listening levels.
Top Customer Reviews
I have many bluetooth speakers, Bose, JBL, more bose and many Airplay speakers (Bose and B&W A7).
not quite the finement of the B&W A7, but a much more refined listen to the Bose or JBL... I like both the Bose and the JBL, but the T7 is very involving, refined and a great listen.... plus 18+ hours of battery life.... i always forget when was the last time I charged it...
at home I have a very high end stereo set up, which I don't listen to very often as it is in a dedicated environment, the tubes need to warm up, and its a great listen when I have the time .... I end up listen most of the time to the B&W A7 in the dining room via airplay or the T7 in the bedroom (even though I have 2 more set ups in the bedroom also! the T7 is just more convenient).
if you care about sound, more than most of your friends, and your partner complains about how much money and things you have regarding audio, this is the bluettooth speaker for you .... excellent!
So here it is, Christmas...both speakers have been unpacked and listened to for a few hours (and in the case of the Charge2 - used as a speakerphone)...and one has been re-packed for return...the T7. While I fully intended to keep both of these units, my out of the box experience with the T7 was less than thrilling, then the Charge2's performance provided the perspective to justify it's return.
The B&W T7's sound was very clean, and slightly more detailed than that of the JBL Charge2, but provided painfully less bass presence. Mind you I am not talking about a lack of big booming bass here - you have to be realistic, these are both very compact units (and I don't care for boomy undefined bass in any speaker to begin with). My disappointment was with the complete lack of bass presence at lower listening levels in the T7. Unless the volume was well elevated (to the point that overall listening level was quite a bit higher than I wanted) there simply wasn't a good punch with the T7. Meanwhile, the Charge2 had my foot tapping, and was very listenable and balanced-sounding at lower levels...after a bit it simply edged the T7 off the living room table.
B&W needs to take a good look at this offering and see if perhaps the dollars tied-up in matrix filigree and iPhone-esque packaging can be reallocated to provide decent opposing-fired bass/mids (JBL literally beat them using their own PV1D technology) and balanced, present sound at all listening levels. The only way I can see this unit being a good fit is if you are listening at fairly high volume most of the time, and that just doesn't fit the majority of situations in which I picture the B&W set using this speaker. Please try again B&W...and to JBL - nice work!
I found the beoplay A2 had a very clean sound as well as the T7 . They both had very clean bass and never had that muddy sound I found with the Bose . Maybe never achieving the bass like Bose but as I've said that can be a good and bad thing.
What we have to realize is that these speakers will never take the place of a bigger bookshelf speaker but placed in the right position they do a pretty great job as trying .
So why I would chose the T7 over the Beoplay A2 is purely esthetics. The T7 is a great speaker. Beautiful design and doesn't feel cheap . The A2 on the other hand has a plastic grill. Also the thinness of the Beoplay A2 made it difficult to stand up on certain surfaces ( which is purely my doing as I like to sometimes watch movies in bed ) .
That's my review . Hope this helps . You won't be disappointed if you purchase T7 .
My only complaint - as yet no one has brought out a carry case. C'mon people this speaker deserves a really nice carry case!!
If you are a sophisticated listener who wants clean and natural sound, with great battery life, then take the plunge.
The old adage 'You get what you pay for' hold true once again.
I'm ready to throw all my other speakers in the trash, and buy more of these.