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Bowers & Wilkins (B&W) Panorama 2 Pro Reviews‘s review Edit

Some people might think it’s crazy to spend $2,200 for an active soundbar. Those same people would think it’s even crazier to spend $3,900 for an active soundbar with a sphere-shaped subwoofer. But the only way they’ll think that is if they don’t listen to the Panorama 2—and, especially, the Panorama 2 with the PV1D. B&W has never made a name for itself as a builder of inexpensive speakers. That’s not where they live. But they can usually be counted on to make some of the best-sounding speakers in whatever (usually upper) price range they happen to be in. Though they’re not cheap, I think B&W has outdone itself with the Panorama 2 and PV1D, and the Panorama 2—with or without the PV1D—is unquestionably worth every penny. Quite a bit more, in fact. In terms of style and beauty, music and movie performance, and ease of setup and use, the Panorama 2 is the soundbar all other soundbars wish they could be.
9.2 Rated at:

Published on:
Aug 02, 2013

PC Magazine‘s review Edit

The high-end Bowers & Wilkins Panorama 2 soundbar delivers powerful audio to space-challenged TV and movie enthusiasts, but it also has a few significant flaws.
6.0 Rated at:

Published on:
Feb 28, 2013

The average pro reviews rating is 7.6 / 10, based on the 2 reviews.

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