B&W (Bowers & Wilkins)Nautilus HTM-1usedB&W (Bowers & Wilkins) Nautilus HTM-1 Center Channel (Local Pickup)Local Pick-Up Only I am the original owner in a smoke free home. Speaker is in flawless condition, rating as 8/10 due to age. I no longer have the original box so this item is local pick-up only...900.00

B&W (Bowers & Wilkins) Nautilus HTM-1 Center Channel (Local Pickup) [Expired]


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Local Pick-Up Only I am the original owner in a smoke free home.  Speaker is in flawless condition, rating as 8/10 due to age.  I no longer have the original box so this item is local pick-up only.

Product Summary

l The HTM1 is the larger of the two centre channels in the N800 Series, and incorporates

the Nautilus™ tweeter unit, Kevlar® cone and Matrix™ cabinet.

l The speaker consists of one Nautilus™ treble unit, one Kevlar® midrange drive unit and

two paper/Kevlar® drivers for bass and midrange. The speaker permits bi-wiring to

improve sound quality and imaging, shielding enables the speaker to be placed on or near

a television.

Technical highlights

B&W Loudspeakers Ltd reserves the right to amend details of the specifications without notice in line with technical developments. E & OE. All trademarks acknowledged.

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P roduct of the Year 1999

Hi-Fi Grand Prix Aw a rd

Audio Video Magazine - USA

Tweeter on top: B&W's Tweeter on top technology ensures that the sound

remains focused and time-sensitive and that the stereo-image is presented with

unparalleled three dimensional accuracy.

Kevlar®: B&W developed and patented the method of using Kevlar® for

loudspeaker cones to reduce unwanted standing waves. DuPont originally

created Kevlar® for use in bulletproof vests.

Matrix™: The basic construction of nearly all loudspeakers is exactly the same -

panels of wood-based materials, bonded to form a rectangular box. B&W

studied and evaluated how each aspect of cabinet behaviour and the efficiency

of various materials and construction methods affects sound.

Flowport™: Golf ball aerodynamics theory points the way towards lower

distortion reflex ports. Dimples improve the way the air flows over the surface of

any object. In the case of reflex ports, they offer a significant improvement over

simply flaring the port ends in reducing air flow turbulence at each end of the

port; so you get less chuffing noise and less compression at high sound levels.

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