B&W HTM7 Center Channels

B&W HTM7 Center Channels 


2-way magnetically shielded vented-box system, 6.5" woven Kevlar cone bass/midrange driver, 1" alloy dome tweeter, 50Hz–25kHz ±3dB, 8 Ohm impedance, 91dB sensitivity, 28lb.


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[Nov 20, 2007]
Audio Enthusiast


Very clear and accruate sound that isn't too harsh even with the aluminum tweeter. Excellent soundstange and width dispersion to mains. Ability to accurately produce sound down to 55-60 Hz without any issue whatsoever.

Night and day difference over the cc6 (I think that is the model name).

Very good bank for the buck considering what an 800 series center would cost.


As the other poster said, they do need to be pointed toward the listening area on the vertical plane and are sensitive to this.

Not really a weakness but unless your electroincs and source inputs are good, you will hear it through the speaker.

I bought this center prevous to buying a set of 803D mains. The tweeter is more forward than the diamonds on the 803Ds but it makes for good center channel vocals that are crisp, clear and it has excellent soundstage and width.

My surrounds are the CCM-65 and match up very well with this center and even the 803Ds.

I don't plan on moving up to the diamond series centers from B&W as I am very satisfied with the vocals for HT and music sweetness for 5 channel sterero when I'm not listening to 2 channel music through the 803Ds.

Customer Service

B&W has one of the finest customer service support out there.

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