Written on: 27/09/2013
I live in a medium sized flat with no carpets. These gems where made for this type of bare floor and since installing them, I’ve moved the furniture around to suite the speaker positions; I’ve also taken down the heavy velvet curtains which were interfering with the delivery of the left speaker and am in absolute heaven knowing that whatever kind of music I listen to, I will not ever be disappointed! Fifteen years of total enjoyment and here’s to another fifteen. They are nothing... (read more)
Written on: 20/08/2013 by tonyrohan (2 reviews written)
Great sound quality for the price. I’ve had years of experience in audio and sound installations so have use many of the leading brands. We installed these on a recent job and first thing I did was order some for my own house. Can’t find any better for the price in my opinion! (read more)
Written on: 04/06/2013 by sense4 (16 reviews written)
I bought my first B&W 603 speakers when the S1 model came out some 15 years ago and been hooked ever since. The DM603 S3's are a big leap forward over the S1's, for a start I think they look superb (I have mine in Sorrento) both with grills on or off. Pair these up with some quality sources and they reward with their incredible treble and very controlled bass. These speakers are just as at home with classical music as they are with thumping rock or dance. Position a good 10 inches from... (read more)
Written on: 08/04/2009
The B&W DM603 S3 speakers are very plesant to listen to, from the start off. Listen mostly instrumental Jazz....sounds great. god balance between high mid and low (read more)
Written on: 22/06/2005 by markoni
These B&W DM603 S3 are very good stereo speakers in this range they have uncolored sound, also the aluminium cone bass is very fast and it goes very low. When I first bought them noticed I that the Midrange isn't as loud as the bass and treble. (read more)
Written on: 03/11/2002 by Jason.
Run in period is significant, first 8 hours or so are terrible. Then the slightly "dark" tone on the midrange lightens over a longer time, to achieve fast neutral sound. Most impressive feature of this speaker is the able, no-fuss, no-colour handling of a wide range of music. For example the Mission 782's are slightly sweeter in the mid-range. But under fast complex (both orchestral and thrash metal) the Missions got loose. The B&W 603's stood out by delivering speed and accuracy and not... (read more)
Written on: 08/06/2002 by Hans.
B & W DM603 S3 Speakers. I spent a lot of time selecting a good pair of loudspeakers in the price range 700 - 1500 US$. Checked out the Internet and of course went to many shops for listening sessions. Several models from which I read very positive reviews simply did not need my expectations. If you're in the process of selecting speakers never rely on review but listen and judge yourselve. I liked the B&W 603 S3 from the first time I listened to them. The sound is very natural and clear.... (read more)
Written on: 05/04/2002 by dj.
The B & W DM603 S3 stereo speakers are mains in a surround system matched with DM601 S3's for effects - LCR600 S3 center and the new ASW650 sub. Hard to beat for the price if you enjoy pure, natural sound. BTW - they pump out a lot of sound so you feel the music as well-and that's with my puny 80watt Yam. (read more)
"CELESTION THE LEGEND LIVES ON ..." Read More
"NEVER LOOKED FOR ANYTHING ELSE..." Read More
"A good buy Panasonic Rocks" Read More
"I was introduced to jbl whilst..." Read More
"Fantastic Portable Bluetooth S..." Read More