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Bowers & Wilkins Formation Wedge: Beautiful and Pricey

Bowers & Wilkins Formation Wedge


4/5 Stars

PROS Powerful audio output with subwoofer depth and crisp highs. Beautifully designed. Adjustable EQ in app.

CONS Insanely expensive. App could be more compelling.

Much has changed since Bowers & Wilkins released the iconic Zeppelin Wireless speaker in 2015—most notably, the company has come under new ownership. With its new Formation line of wireless speakers, B&W is still on top of its game. At $899.99, the Formation Wedge is even more expensive than the $700 Zeppelin was at launch. But like the Zeppelin, it pushes boundaries in the style department while putting out powerful, room-filling audio with

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