Bowers & Wilkins have unveiled a new soundbar cleverly named the Panorama 2, which offers an improved acoustic performance alongside new proprietary drive units, and low-frequency drivers which feature improved linearity and lower resonance, alongside it there’s also a set of mid-range drivers which bring a wider dispersion and better surround sound to the mix.

There’s also a new on-screen display on the unit, with a proximity sensor on the front, illuminating the control panel as you get closer to it.

Within the bar, there are nine drive units in total, five within the centre speaker, which include two subwooders, two mid-range drivers and an aluminium dome tweeter.

The other four provide the surround sound, each of which are located within their own enclosures and powered by six class-D amplifiers, which brings the total power output to 175 Watts.

On the back there are three HDMI inputs and one HDMI output, which allows it to serve as a HDMI hub/switcher, you can even add a separate subwoofer to further better, the already cool speakers.

The Bowers & Wilkins Panorama 2 Soundbar will launch later this month for £1,650.

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