B&W VM6


$450.00 Released January, 2007

Product Shot 1The B&W VM6 is a high-end 100-watt satellite speaker that can be used in set of two or more speakers for a home theater sound system. This speaker is the successor to B&W’s VM1, which was released five years prior in 2002.

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The “V” in VM6 stands for “versatile,” describing the speaker’s ability to be used in portrait or landscape mode, sitting on a pedestal stand or mounted to a wall. The VM6 is built inside a black plastic cabinet, completed by a black mesh covering. The general consensus is that when this speaker is used in a surround sound system, they can be difficult to setup and configure. There are no speaker terminals to be found, one must thread the speaker wire into a connection at the very top of the speaker, which requires four different Allen keys (included). This speaker has a significant low-frequency response, rated at +/-3dB of 75Hz. It is widely agreed upon that this speaker has excellent sound quality, defined by substantial body and distinguishable bass, even without using a subwoofer.

Features

  • driver units: 1 x 130mm cone bass/mid, 25mm tweeter
  • enclosure type: 2-way vented-box system
  • frequency response: 75Hz-20kHz +/-3dB (55Hz against wall)
  • crossover frequency: 4.5kHz
  • sensitivity: 86dB (2.83V)
  • impedance: 8 ohm
  • power: 100 Watts
  • dimensions: 660 x 180 x 105mm
  • finish: black

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