British audio brand Bowers & Wilkins has launched its all-new Zeppelin wireless speaker which has been reimagined for the modern streaming age.
The first Zeppelin was initially introduced in 2007 as the “ultimate iPod docking station”, but this new reimagined take — which has been described as being “more detailed and dynamic than ever” — has been given a complete overhaul for 2021.
Taking notes from its long-standing experience in creating speakers for both studios and in the home, the brand’s latest release is a complete stereo system in one component. Complete with quality drive unit technologies arranged in left and right speaker assemblies around a large subwoofer, the Zeppelin offers unbeatable room-filling sound.
Arriving in two iterations — one “Midnight Grey” the other “Pearl Grey” — each version comes equipped with switchable and dimmable lighting which creates a halo effect on its metal stand.
The Zeppelin is available to buy now from the Bowers & Wilkins webstore, retailing at £699 (approximately $950 USD).
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