Bowers & Wilkins 607 S3 Bookshelf Speakers
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Offering power and scale that belies its compact form, the 607 S3 bookshelf speaker combines our new Titanium Dome™ tweeter with the accuracy and transparency of our acclaimed Continuum™ bass/midrange cone.
Description: 2-Way Shelf / Stand Mount Speaker System
• 1 x 25mm Decoupled Double Dome Titanium HF with NautilusTM tube loading
• 1 x 130mm ContinuumTM cone Bass/ midrange driver • FlowportTM
• Frequency Range -6dB at 40Hz and 33kHz
• Frequency Response 52Hz - 28kHz ±3dB
Sensitivity: 84dB SPL (2.83V, 1m)
Nominal Impedance: 8Ω (minimum 3Ω)
Recommended Amplifier Power: 30W - 100W into 8Ω on unclipped programme
Magnetically attached grille covers
Dimensions (H x W x D): 300mm (11.8") x 165mm (6.5") x 235mm (9.3") cabinet, grille and terminals
Net Weight: 4.65kg
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