B&W Formation Duo Wireless Speakers
Introducing Bowers & Wilkins Formation Duo the first wireless speakers that live up to the audiophile standards of Bowers & Wilkins.
Each one features their patented, Carbon Dome, tweeter-on-top technology for crystal clear highs, and the same innovative Continuum cone driver found on their industry-defining 800 Series Diamond speakers. When coupled with their exclusive Formation Wireless Technology that produces an immersive, seamless, high-fidelity soundstage, Bowers & Wilkins have redefined “wireless audio” – true to their groundbreaking heritage in producing some of the best speakers in the world. Formation Duo is a completely wirelessly system* – and why we think that they are the best wireless speakers on the market today.
- The ultimate 96/24 bit high-resolution streaming audio system
- Carbon domed tweeter-on-top design from our 700 Series
- Designed with the legendary Continuum™ Cone from our 800 Series
- Features Formation® Wireless Technology
- WiFi, Apple® AirPlay 2®, Spotify® Connect, Roon and Bluetooth compatible
- Sets up in moments
- Synchronizes in perfected harmony with other Formation product
Wireless High Performance Speaker System
Apple® AirPlay 2® technology
Digital Signal Processing (DSP)
1x ø25mm (1 in) Carbon dome high-frequency
1x ø165mm (6.5 in) Continuum™ cone bass midrange
25Hz to 33kHz
Amplifier power output
2 x 125W
100V – 240V – 50/60Hz
Below 6 Watts (Sleep)*
Network (RJ45 Ethernet or WiFi)
USB – service only
Bluetooth® v4.1, Class 2
Height: 395mm (15.5 in)
Width: 197 (7.8 in)
Depth: 305mm (12 in)
Weight: 10.6kg (23.4lb)
AirPlay 2 compatibility
iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch with iOS 11.4 or later, Apple TV 4K or Apple TV (4th Generation) with tv OS 11.4 or later, Mac or PC with iTunes 12.8 or later.
*Formation products create a mesh network. Each product in this network dynamically chooses the optimal path to route audio-data between products, in order to ensure a robust streaming experience. We have therefore certified Formation products for High Network Availability (HiNA) and conform to the appropriate power requirements set out in the ERP directive.