Bowers and Wilkins Panorama 2 TV Sound Bar
Widescreen for your ears
Panorama 2 adds a new dimension to home entertainment, bringing truly immersive high-quality sound to your TV from a single, discreet speaker. You won’t believe what a big difference a single box can make.
Panorama 2's drive units are designed to disperse sound to as wide a listening area as possible. This large audio “sweet spot” means the whole family can immerse themselves in pristine sound. Movies and music on Panorama 2 now sound better than you ever thought that they could. All from a single, discreet loudspeaker system.
Advanced drive units
Panorama 2 features completely new, specially designed tweeters, midrange and low frequency drive units. This leads to a dramatically improved acoustic performance, with better bass and enhanced integration.
Strength and rigidity is key to avoiding audio distortion you only want to hear sound from the drivers, not a rattle from the cabinet. So Panorama 2 is designed with an unbroken, curving outer shell.
Plug and play
We believe speakers should not only sound fantastic, they should also be easy to install and use. That's why using Panorama 2 is as simple as plugging it in. Panorama 2 features the latest HDMI connectivity (three inputs and one output) to allow the quickest, easiest, and highest-quality to the widest range of televisions, Blu-ray players, set-top boxes and games consoles.
Panorama 2's HDMI connectivity allows: on-screen information display; audio-return, taking sound from TV to amplifier; and Consumer Electronics Control, so you can control it with your TV remote.
You are in control
Panorama 2 features a proximity-sensitive display. Leave it alone and it fades to black. But wave your hand over the display and you can instantly control Panorama 2’s menus directly.
the people behind movie sound
If you need proof that Bowers & Wilkins understands movie sound, just ask the engineers that put sound to movies. The control rooms at London's Abbey Road Studios and California's Skywalker Sound is where Hollywood puts music and sound to blockbuster movies. They are probably the most advanced multi-channel listening environments in the world. Naturally they both use the world's most advanced reference speakers - Bowers & Wilkins 800 Series.