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Bowers & Wilkins T7 review

6/10 AVG.
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Specs / Features


Wireless
Wireless Inputs Bluetooth
Warranty (Months) -
Size 11 x 24 cm (4.3 x 9.5 in)
Weight N/A

Critic Reviews


PCWorld

Big sound with a few small problems

from PCWorld

While there is a veritable sea of less expensive Bluetooth speakers out there, few that we’ve encountered sound or look as good as the T7 Portable Wireless Speaker. Were it not for a few design flaws and its quirky audio filtering at higher audio levels, we’d have given it top marks.

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While there is a veritable sea of less expensive Bluetooth speakers out there, few that we’ve encountered sound or look as good as the T7 Portable Wireless Speaker. Were it not for a few design flaws and its quirky audio filtering at higher audio levels, we’d have given it top marks.

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Wired

Small, well-built, and really good-looking

from Wired

It’s tough to see a $350 speaker saddled with such shortcomings, especially considering there are speakers under $300—among them the amazing new UE Megaboom and the longtime favorite Big Jambox—that outperform the B&W T7 in the audio department and have better features. But...More

It’s tough to see a $350 speaker saddled with such shortcomings, especially considering there are speakers under $300—among them the amazing new UE Megaboom and the longtime favorite Big Jambox—that outperform the B&W T7 in the audio department and have better features. But like I said earlier, it’s not all static. The T7 is small, well-built, and really good-looking. And if you like that unique, subtly bass-enhanced B&W sound, you may not mind the heavy-handed DSP. Just make sure the sound levels at your party stay appropriately decent—more Ludwig Van than Van Halen—and you’ll be OK.

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