Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin: Reimagined adapting it to the streaming era

Zeppelin

The renowned English audio brand Bowers & Wilkins is introducing the new Zeppelin, a wireless speaker that has been reborn, reimagined and adapted to the streaming era. The new Zeppelin now has new smart features and is even more flexible, while its hi-res sound is more detailed and dynamic than ever.

Favorite music in the blink of an eye: connect to any streaming service with the proprietary Bowers & Wilkins Music App and enjoy high-quality hi-res sound.

First introduced in 2007 as a top-of-the-line iPod dock, Zeppelin is reborn in 2021 with even better sound, superior design and unprecedented smart capabilities.

Zeppelin offers a reference sound quality, consisting of left and right speaker arrays mounted around a center subwoofer. The total power of the system is 240 watts. The result is room-filling stereo sound that no other all-in-one device can match.

Unique, innovative design

For more than 15 years, each new generation of Zeppelin has featured one and only design in its class, and like every Bowers & Wilkins product, acoustics defines shape. The new, completely redesigned Zeppelin is available in two finishes and now has an adjustable ambient lighting on board, creating a special halo effect cast onto a metal pedestal stand.

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Favorite music – in the blink of an eye

Whether you want to listen to streaming audio from your mobile phone, tablet or computer, the new Zeppelin supports both AirPlay 2 and aptX Adaptive Bluetooth, which will suit both iOS and Android users. Spotify lovers will love Spotify Connect for high quality sound and easy control. Best of all, the new Zeppelin can be controlled with the proprietary Bowers & Wilkins Music App, giving you instant access to a variety of streaming services such as Deezer, Last.fm, Qobuz, Soundcloud, TIDAL and TuneIn. The number of such services is regularly updated.

 

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