A genuinely cinematic experience in your own home
Bowers & Wilkins CT700 Series represent nothing less than a revolution in what can be achieved when space and budget are limited. CT700 creates a cinema sound more lifelike, more immersive, and more powerful than you would have imagined possible at this price level. Forget compromise: with a CT700 system, what you get is nothing less than a genuinely cinematic experience in your own home.
The CT700 flagship combines clarity and power, thanks to a Nautilus™ tube loaded tweeter and dedicated mid and bass drivers. Designed for music or the front channels of a Custom Theater installation, it slots easily into cabinetry.
Twin 15cm mid/bass units bring on the CT7.4 LCRS’s power, while the famous Nautilus™ tube-loading delivers pure, detailed treble, making this an ideal speaker for use in music or multichannel installations.
See nothing, hear everything
Designed for down-firing, in-ceiling use, CCM7.5 S2 can be used as the left, centre, right and rear-channel rear speakers in a discreet home cinema system. Its configuration includes a 25mm (1in) Carbon Dome tweeter and a 180mm (7in) Continuum cone mid/ bass cone angled to the mounting surface, allowing for easy direction of the whole array towards the listener to ensure they hear the correct balance of sound. That way, dialogue is crystal clear and special effects come across accurately. Thanks to Bowers & Wilkins unique QuickDogsTM fixing method, installation is simple and if preferred, the supplied round grille can be replaced with an optional, square grille.
Like all our passive Custom Theater subwoofers, CT SW12 is designed to be usable with both CT800 and CT700 speaker ranges, where its 30cm composite driver and sealed enclosure ensure serious bass from an easy-to-install design.
Designed as the power behind our CT SW passive subs, the SA 1000 amplifier delivers 1000W of bass power all the way down to 16kHz, can drive two subs at once, and has switchable equalization to suit the CT SW10, CT SW12 and CT SW15’s bass response.
ANTHEM – PURE PERFORMANCE, PURE VALUE
Since the AVM 50 and Statement D2 A/V Processors, music lovers and home theater enthusiasts have coveted Anthem’s premium surround separates. Featuring industry-leading room correction, expert management of the latest audio formats and robust integration; Anthem is the ultimate nerve center of any premium home theater or media room.
With the latest version of ARC Genesis Room Correction, a redesigned and more accurate calibration microphone, Anthem Web User Interface, an all-new electronics platform and a new modernized design; the new AVM A/V Processors bring all of today’s technologies into a single component.
Object-oriented audio codecs have been updated with support for up to 15.2 channels; as well as built-in streaming support for Apple AirPlay2(coming soon), Google Chromecast, Bluetooth, Spotify Connect (coming soon) and Roon (coming soon).
Video support includes 7 HDMI 2.0 inputs with 2 outputs, plus eARC for seamless integration with smart TVs. Perfect passthrough of Ultra HD signals at up to 18.2 Gbps with Dolby Vision, HDR or Hybrid Log Gamma ensures optimal presentation of your visual media.
To complement the NEW AVM 90 and 70 A/V Processors, Anthem introduces the new MCA 525, 325 and 225 GEN 2 power amplifiers. Available in 5, 3 and 2-channel configurations, these new MCA amplifiers feature more robust and efficient power and heavy-duty reliability. The new MCA Series delivers lower THD (total harmonic distortion) for more clean, pure sound and lower noise for a supremely quiet background.
The MCA 525 GEN 2, MCA 325 GEN 2 and MCA 225 GEN 2, designed and Crafted in Canada, are like no other amplifiers in the world: custom low noise high-power toroidal transformers; high-current bipolar output transistors; high-quality filter capacitors; advanced power supply regulators; oversized aluminum heatsinks; custom-designed dual binding posts; and patented auto-on/off circuitry. Superior craftsmanship that is reflected in clean, clear, audiophile-quality sound from top to bottom of the frequency spectrum.