Bowers & Wilkins' wireless version of the Zeppelin loudspeaker system.

Bowers & Wilkins' wireless version of the Zeppelin.

Source: Press Release, Last Accessed: 2015/10/08

B&W redefined what could be expected from an integrated speaker dock with the original Zeppelin. Now, seven years on, they announce Zeppelin Wireless—the instantly recognizable silhouette—but with every element of the speaker redesigned, again redefining what is possible from a single speaker system for the connected age.
For Zeppelin Wireless the material and shape of the subwoofer has been altered with a larger 6.5-inch driver and an ultra-long voice coil to allow deep bass to be played at impressive volume, while decoupled double-dome tweeters and FST midrange drivers produce remarkably clean, dynamic audio that is perfect for all styles of music. A new reinforced cabinet has been redesigned with a front fascia 50% thicker than the previous version, while specially designed glass fiber ribs strengthen the cabinet in order to produce a pure sound that is free from vibration, synonymous with Bowers & Wilkins loudspeakers, the company says.
With Digital Signal Processing (DSP) twice as powerful as its predecessor, Zeppelin Wireless creates a rich and detailed sound, at all volume levels, ensuring a truly engaging listening experience. All inputs are upsampled to 24bit/192kHz resolution.
Zeppelin Wireless includes Airplay, Bluetooth aptX and Spotify Connect and its Control App has also been updated and is available via iOS, Android, Mac and PC, so now it’s easier and more convenient for you to control volume and playback functions for the ultimate easy listening experience on all your devices.

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