Posted on 17th August, 2018


The Salvo's called. They're in need of some loudspeaker donations as Bowers & Wilkins' latest promotion has surely cleared out their stock!

Op shops and second-hand dealers are being stripped of old but working speakers thanks to the 'Trade In - Trade Up' offer that could see you owning the latest spec speakers and headphones from Bowers & Wilkins. The popularity of this promotion is really no surprise though - it's certainly no secret. In fact, you might even spot it on the back of a cab across any major city in Australia at the moment just like we did in Sydney last week.

Participating stores around the country are offering a guaranteed minimum trade-in amount. Choose from the high performance 600 Series, all-new 700 Series or the flagship 800 Diamond Series, the choice of the world-famous Abbey Road studios.

Let's not forget Bowers & Wilkins' newest award-winning PX Noise Cancelling headphones that have won accolades across the globe. Trade in the oldest pair of headphones you can find - they don't even have to work but you'll save $55 on the purchase price.

Life's too short for bad sound. If you've never experienced high-resolution sound it's time to get up to date.

We eyed off this random old pair (the other was on the nature strip) while casually strolling through trendy Fitzroy in Melbourne last week.

So trade in those old speakers you've had in the back shed for years, head to your nearest op shop, or drive around on hard rubbish collection day. It could save you over $4000! But you'll need to head into a participating store by August 31st, 2018.

For more information visit B&W's Rewards website.

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Marc Rushton

StereoNET’s Founder & Publisher and still buried deep in the review room auditioning everything from docks to soundbars, amplifiers and headphones. Marc is also the founder of the annual International HiFi Show.

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