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B&W CM9


$1,500.00 Released October, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Beautiful. Available in gloss black, rosewood and wenge. Magnetically attached grills (looks better).

The Cons:Expensive. Requires high end sources, amplification and a subwoofer for full effect.

The B&W CM9 is a 3-way floorstanding speaker from B&W's CM Series that can handle up to 200 watts of power.  The speaker features a 1" Nautilus tube loaded aluminum dome tweeter, 6" woven Kevlar cone FST midrange, and dual 6.5" paper Kevlar cone bass drivers to provide a frequency response of 56Hz - 22kHz.

  It is designed with high quality components and includes B&W's Flowport technology which minimizes turbulence to produce crisp sound.  The CM9 is larger and more powerful than B&W's CM7 floorstanding speaker due to the presence of an additional woofer driver.  The speaker is available in real wood veneer finishes of Wenge or Rosenut and also in a glossy black painted finish to match household decor.  It comes with a black cloth grille that attaches magnetically for a clean look and has a price tag of $1500 each. 

Specs

  • 3-way vented box system
  • 1" Nautilus tube loaded aluminum dome tweeter
  • 6" woven Kevlar cone FST midrange
  • 2 x 6.5" paper/Kevlar cone bass
  • Flowport technology
  • Frequency Response: 56Hz - 22kHz
  • Impedance: 8 ohms
  • Crossover Frequencies: 350Hz, 4kHz
  • Power Handling: 30W - 200W
  • Dimensions: 39"H x 7.9"W x 11.8"D
  • Weight: 26.6kg
  • Finishes: Wenge or Rosenut Real Wood Veneer; Gloss Black Painted
  • Black Cloth Grille

User Reviews (57)

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Pros
  • 26

    beautiful

  • 10

    available in gloss black, rosewood and wenge

  • 9

    magnetically attached grills (looks better)

  • 8

    great full frequency range (56Hz - 22kHz)

  • 8

    suitable for larger rooms

  • 6

    Good cost-benefit

  • 6

    real wood finish

  • 6

    quality construction

  • 5

    good soundstage

  • 5

    5 year warranty

  • 1

    Extremely nice bass

Cons
  • 0

    expensive

  • 0

    requires high end sources, amplification and a subwoofer for full effect

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Anonymous: #b_w_cm9 It's disappointing to see that B&W has these made in China, although the 802 Diamonds that I want are made in the U.K. but cost $15,000 a pair. Jul 2, 11
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