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B&W MT-60D Cool Speakers

  Next up in our countdown of the Hottest 100 gadgets on the planet are the B&W MT-60D speakers
B&W is bringing its award-winning sound to home cinema with these M1 satellite speakers and PV1D subwoofer, comprising the MT-60D package.
The satellites are small enough to sit discreetly in the lounge, but powerful enough to make the ‘shooting aimlessly into the jungle’ scene in Predator scare the hell out of the neighbours. New drive units and redesigned innards make sure of that.
They’re flexible too: coming with floor stands, wall brackets, or you can put them on a shelf. You can also fine tune the PV1D sub until you’ve got perfect sound, thanks to controls on the side.


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