Bowers & Wilkins at Abbey Road

 

800 Series Diamond in Abbey Road Studios

Abbey Road Studios is proud to partner with Bowers & Wilkins to deliver the most accurate level of audio fidelity and create true to sound recording and listening experiences. Bowers & Wilkins has long been the preferred speaker of Abbey Road’s studio engineers due to the precision they offer. Bowers & Wilkins will be equipping the legendary studios with new 800 Series Diamond D3 speakers, which are praised as the pinnacle of audio perfection.

John Bowers founded Bowers & Wilkins in 1966 in Worthing, England, with a mission to create the perfect loudspeaker. John was a passionate music fan and wanted to recreate the musical experience just as it was presented in a live setting. He has been quoted saying “The best loudspeaker isn’t the one that gives the most, it’s the one that loses the least”. This vision has paved the way for innovation resulting in loudspeakers that produce sound with unheard realism.

In 1988, Abbey Road adopted Bowers & Wilkins’ Matrix 801’s in their studios to bring the most accurate recordings to market. Abbey Road Studios will now use Bowers & Wilkins’ most recent range of 800 Series speakers known as the Diamond D3. The 800 Series Diamond D3 is the outcome of seven years of research and 868 individual changes, which have resulted in the most precise and real sounding loudspeaker to date. The 800 Series Diamond D3 is named after the brand’s famous tweeter-on-top technology which now features a proprietary Diamond Dome tweeter technology for the ultimate in performance and realism.

It is often said “The music that will soon be heard everywhere is first heard through Bowers & Wilkins speakers”. This statement is embodied by the award winning engineers at Abbey Road who record, mix and master some of the most iconic music and movie scores of all time.
 
 
 
 

Contact

Jeremy Huffelmann

Jeremy Huffelmann

Head of Partnerships
+44 (0)20 7266 7248  

Abbey Road Studios

3 Abbey Road
London
NW8 9AY
UK

Please note that Abbey Road is a working studio and business and as such, is not open to the general public for visits or tours. For information on vacancies and internships in the UK, please visit the Universal Music website.