The Formation collection consists of a soundbar, a set with two bookshelf speakers, a stereo speaker, a bass speaker and a device that can convert analog signals to digital and vice versa. The Formation Bar soundbar has nine drivers that form three separate speakers. The middle one acts as a center speaker. The nine drivers consist of three 25 mm tweeters and six 65 mm speaker cones. The soundbar has a frequency range of 40Hz to 28kHz and a suggested retail price of 1250 euros.
The Formation Duo consists of two bookshelf speakers with a 25mm tweeter and a 165mm speaker cone. The speakers have a frequency range of 25Hz to 33kHz, for a set of two speakers the suggested retail price is 4000 euros. Stereo speaker Formation Wedge has two 25mm tweeters and two 90mm cones and a 150mm subwoofer. This loudspeaker has a frequency range of 35Hz to 28kHz and has a suggested retail price of a thousand euros.
Bowers & Wilkins indicates that the three speakers can be connected to the Formation Bass for extra layer reproduction. This bass speaker has two 165mm drivers that are placed opposite each other. According to the British company, that would result in less distortion. This speaker has a frequency range of 20Hz to 150Hz and costs 1100 euros.
The cheapest device in the series is the Formation Audio. This device can be connected to passive speakers. That way users can stream music to the passive speakers with the Bowers & Wilkins app and make them part of a multiroom setup. Users can also connect analogue devices to the Audio to be able to send music from, for example, vinyl records to the Formation speakers.
All devices support streaming via the Bowers & Wilkins app and also have support for Apple AirPlay 2, Spotify Connect and bluetooth. The speakers communicate with each other via a mesh network and transmit audio with a 96kHz / 24bits audio quality. When the devices are available, Bowers & Wilkins will not announce; some web stores specify a delivery time of one to three weeks.
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