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Bowers and Wilkins DM14

Sealed Box Loudspeaker System

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Bowers and Wilkins DM14


The B&W DM14 is a closed box type loudspeaker system of 28 litres internal volume, designed for use either as a professional monitor or as part of a high quality domestic sound system.

It follows the same styling and design concepts as B&Ws smaller DM12 monitor but its greater volume and additional low frequency driver yield the benefits of increased efficiency, increased maximum acoustic output power, and an extension of low frequency response.


Type: 2 way, 3 driver loudspeaker system

Frequency Response: 80Hz to 20kHz

Impedance: 8Ω

Sensitivity: 86dB

Bass: 2 x 150mm bextrene cone

Tweeter: 1 x TW26 26mm polyester

Enclosure: 28 litre, closed box

Finish: black ash, rosewood, teak or walnut

Dimensions: 567 x 256 x 295mm


instruction/owners manual   English Deutsch Francais - edwardmurray

specs   English - edwardmurray

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Reviewed Apr 25th, 2015 by sofrep

I paid $120 off a Craigslist seller for a pair of these DM14's. I've owned many pairs of under $1K speakers: Kef, Wharfedale, Paradigm, MartinLogan, Energy, and the great Pioneer budget speakers made by Andrew Jones of TAD. These speakers are an eye opening experience. The make is solid. The audio they kick out is exceptional. They sound the best when running a well mastered SACD. The lone DVD-A I have is Beck's Sea Change and it's the best I've heard through all the budget speakers I've owned.



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