BMW’s new 7 Series is covered from first to toe in new car dvdtech, and features Bowers & Wilkins’ Diamond Surround Sound System. We took the car and the practice for a fast spin.
B&W Diamond Surround Sound System hands-on review
BMW’s new 7 Series is covered from first to toe in new car dvdtech, and features Bowers & Wilkins’ Diamond Surround Sound System We took the car and the means for a hasty spin.
There’s plenty of technology to gain excited about in the new BMW 7 series, not least the 16-speaker, B&W Diamond Surround car DVD playerSystem (4675)
Initially launched at the 2015 Frankfurt Motor Show, this is the peak situation a Bowers & Wilkins in-car tumult manner has appeared in a BMW – and this means is exclusive to the new 7 Series
And, although the British orator manufacturer already has systems in certain Volvo, Maserati and McLaren models, this is the finest of the company’s in-car audio systems to feature diamond dome tweeters It’s a technology that only tends to facet in the B&W’s high-end reader ranges, such as the new 800 Diamond Series
But the in-car audio goodness doesn’t desist there. You can ray your tunes using Spotify, while there’s deeper Napster and Deezer integration that allows you to download tracks to the car’s system
To find out fresh and see how the set-up fared, including the weirdly-intuitive signal controls, take a look at the hands-on Android car stereovideo