Bowers & Wilkins CM10 Loudspeaker Specs

6.5-in paper/Kevlar woofer (3)
6-in Kevlar midrange
1-in aluminum dome tweeter
Dimensions (W x H x D): 14.4 x 42.8 x 16.3 in
Weight (pounds):73.7
Price: $3,999/pr

Company Info
Bowers & Wilkins
(978) 664 2870

Bowers & Wilkins
(978) 664 2870

Bijou's picture

Cm9 is on sale for $2500/pair. Just using the speakers for home theatre. Do you think the extras $1500 is worth the upgrade?

mtnbiker326's picture

If you haven't listened to both sets of speakers (a/b) close to each other, I urge you to do so. I personally did and can say that the "open/airy" projection from the CM10 vs CM9 is definately worth the $1500 upgrade. This goes for medium to larger rooms. If you are putting these in smaller rooms, I would recommend picking up the new CM6s and the CM sub for around the same price. It all goes back to which sounds better to you. I was going to purchase the CM9s last year but decided to hold off when the 10s were announced. When I heard them A/B'ed there was no doubt on which ones I liked more.

CyberAthlete's picture

I am torn between the two and can't decide. Any suggestions as to which one you prefer (comments from folks who have heard both please).

Purpose: Strictly 2 channel
I have a Martin Logan Depth i sub i can use in the setup

I can get the Revel F208 for $4000 out the door
B&W CM10 currently $4000

I listen to all types of music. Rock, Jazz, Trance, Electronic, Lounge, Metal, Pop...

Thoughts? Thanks!

CyberAthlete's picture

Forgot to add Paradigm Prestige 85F or 95F. Hair pulling decisions :)