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Bowers & Wilkins CM5 1 apertura

 

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B&W CM5

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B&W CM5. Prendete una coppia di CM 5, un semplice lettore di file e un integrato da 70/120 watt per canale (secondo le dimensioni del vostro ambiente) dalla voce un poco ambrata, e ascolterete la Musica senza pensieri.
Con un budget contenuto potrete mettere insieme un impiantino delizioso per equilibrio timbrico, grazie sonica e focalizzazione. L’unica accortezza da avere con questi diffusori, poiché hanno il foro d’accordio collocato posteriormente, è quella di non accostarli troppo alla parete posteriore, pena un rigonfiamento innaturale della gamma medio-bassa.

 

 

Bowers & Wilkins CM5 5 apertura

 
La tecnologia usata per le CM 5 deriva da quella dei modelli superiori. Il tweeter è un ottimo componente in alluminio da 2,5 cm di progettazione Nautilus, mentre il mid-woofer in kewlar è un componente da 16,5 cm ormai ben collaudato, conosciuto e apprezzato da molti audiofili per la neutralità della sua voce.

 

Bowers & Wilkins CM5 6

 

 

 

Grazie a queste caratteristiche i CM 5 sono ricercati dagli appassionati soprattutto per la loro assenza di colorazioni e per il notevole senso di ariosità fornito alla riproduzione, anche se il tweeter tende ad un certo rigore senza troppe concessioni alla morbidezza sonica. Se si avrà l’accortezza di mitigare queste caratteristiche con ampli e cavi neutri e solo lievemente tendenti all’ambrato, si otterranno risultati degni di nota. Il controllo e l’articolazione della gamma bassa, fin dove il componente a cono in kevlar riesce a scendere, sono di livello molto buono e in grado di sonorizzare adeguatamente ambienti di media cubatura.
La piacevole finitura, il prestigio del marchio e il prezzo centrato concorrono al successo di questo prodotto.

Bruno Fazzini

 

 

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What HiFi

Here are the striking CM5s from B&W, a halfway house between the company’s Award-winning 685s and the high-end 805S.
There’s a definite allure to the CM5s. They’re stylish and desirable, but they’re also a fine example of speaker engineering.
It’s difficult to point to a rival here that looks as classy or, indeed, can claim to be as technologically advanced.
The CM5s use B&W’s Kevlar mid-bass driver and Nautilus tube-loaded aluminium tweeter…. See more

 

 

Bowers & Wilkins CM5 woof

 

 

 

Stereophile

By Robert J. Reina • Posted: Dec 6, 2012 • Published: Dec 1, 2012

With all the affordable loudspeakers I’ve written about in recent years, I couldn’t remember the last time I reviewed one from the revered British firm Bowers & Wilkins. When I searched www.stereophile.com, I learned that the last time a B&W speaker had graced my listening room’s carpet was more than seven years ago: the DM603 S3, reviewed in the August 2005 issue. I thought it was time to revisit the brand, and as the DM603 S3 was a floorstanding speaker, this time a bookshelf model seemed in order.

 

 

Bowers & Wilkins CM5 2

 

 

 

But despite B&W’s prowess in that most-affordable speaker size, I was in the mood to listen to a serious bookshelf speaker—not quite something in the league of their 805 Diamond ($5000/pair), but something between the flagship 800 Diamond series and B&W’s entry-level 600 series. The midline CM series, comprising four models ranging from $1000 to $3000/pair, seemed to fit the bill. The CM1 ($1000/pair) looked interesting, but I was more intrigued by its newer, slightly larger sibling, the CM5 ($1500/pair), which is designed to handle more power and go deeper in the bass…..See more

 

 

 

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Soundstage hifi

Written by Jeff Stockton
Your first pair of real speakers is like your first real girlfriend. You never forget them, and you forever cherish the gifts they gave you. Some of us fall so deeply in love with those first speakers that we promise to stay with them always: from studio to one-bedroom apartment, from two-bedroom apartment to three-bedroom house. You might even show them off at the office.

 

 

Bowers & Wilkins CM5 3

 

 

Such has been the case with my trusty pair of 303s from B&W (now branded Bowers & Wilkins, to avoid confusion with BMW). I had owned sold-separately speakers before, but the 303 was what I set my sights on when I decided to get serious about music reproduction.
When I bought a pair of them in 1998, the 303 was the bottom model in B&W’s 300 series, which has since been replaced by the 600 series, still in production…….See more

 

 

 

 

Bowers & Wilkins CM5 back 2

 

 

 

 

Diffusore 2 vie, bass reflex con tecnologia “Flow Port System”.
Tweeter da 25mm a cupola metallica con caricamento a condotto Nautilus.
Woofer/midrange da 165mm in Kevlar. 30-120W.
Dimensioni LxHxP 200x340x280mm.

 

 

Bowers & Wilkins CM5 7

 

 

 

 

 

 

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