Bowers & Wilkins Mini Theatre MT-50 Speakers Video clip Critique

Bowers & Wilkins Mini Theatre MT-50 Speakers Video clip Critique

Most men and women who are into house theater and speakers will have heard of B&W. The enterprise is recognised for its superior general performance speakers and they have a name for high-quality items. Just lately, they have shown a knack for generating lesser speakers that sound more substantial than they are. For case in point, we reviewed their MM-1 multimedia speakers and located them to be completely astounding. I imply, they’re “this massive”… Now, they have taken that identical method with their information M-1 Mini Theater Speakers. This is their MT-50 program which we reviewed. It includes 5 M-1 two-way speakers and an ASW608 8” subwoofer.

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  1. Martin Nauta
    Martin Nauta 13 March, 2016, 18:57

    Wat about music like queen or volbeat something lile that will that sound good on these speakers?

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  2. Aakash Narang
    Aakash Narang 13 March, 2016, 18:57

    Love the review! I am looking to buy their MT 60D system to be used with my Denon 4520CI AVR that I bought in 2013. Do you think it will sound bright with the said Denon? Thanks much! :)

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  3. Chrisfragger1
    Chrisfragger1 13 March, 2016, 18:57

    I got 3 B&W M1 satellites and a B&W aws608 sub lightly used for 10 bucks lol.

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  4. Lane Bowers
    Lane Bowers 13 March, 2016, 18:57

    I enjoyed this video.

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  5. LRLRLRLR 15
    LRLRLRLR 15 13 March, 2016, 18:57

    should i purchase the Bowers & Wilkins Mini Theatre MT-50 or the Klipsch HD 1000 home theatre system? Which home theatre system is overall better?

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  6. Helder Pinto
    Helder Pinto 13 March, 2016, 18:57

    I own 5 of these M1 speakers, and they are amazing!

    Is this review for the M1ii tho? Sice it's a 2012 vid? How does it compare to the first model?

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  7. GjbMcN
    GjbMcN 13 March, 2016, 18:57

    Yes you can, coz its the subwoofer that makes all the difference. I have a set of nice old Bookshelf Tannoys run through a Yamaha 5.1 AVR with an "upgraded" Yamaha subwoofer (bloody kids!) and when I play music the depth of character added to the music is dramatic. Its like the old Bose presentation where the real wizard ( the woofer) is behind the curtains.

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  8. akila219
    akila219 13 March, 2016, 18:57

    try to review the Focal Domes 5.1 satellites. design and sound are better than these b&w satellites for about the same price.

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  9. gazzame80
    gazzame80 13 March, 2016, 18:57

    good old worthing tech buy british

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  10. Richard Reed
    Richard Reed 13 March, 2016, 18:57

    I think it's possible to get decent full range sound out of a small speaker set up. I'm no expert, but I'd imagine it takes some engineering to get the most out of a small speaker set up and minimize any of its short comings compared to its larger full range brethren. In the end, it's all a compromise either way you look at it: Go with a small set up and give up some in sound quality, or go larger but have the placement challenges that go with that.

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  11. Audioholics
    Audioholics 13 March, 2016, 18:57

    We were surprised at the sub – and maybe we shouldn't have been. A lot of times these high end systems don't have a sub that can keep up, but the ASW608 did really well. If you go bigger, you'll get a lower and more powerful performance. Guys who like the absolute best slam tend to not go after aesthetic systems. I think the sub included here is a good fit.

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  12. sickjohnson
    sickjohnson 13 March, 2016, 18:57

    Hell yes you can! I have the the Klipsch Quintett II's and love them, and they totally fill the room!
    I can just imagine how awesome the B&W's sound.
    Great review again Andrew! How did that 8" sub fill the room? I will have to look up how much RMS power to the sub.
    Thanks guys!

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