Perfectly balanced sound for near-field listening.
Understated good looks - especially when matched with MacBook or iMac.
Impeccable build quality.
Unbelievable lows, Tactile bass.
No need for a subwoofer.
Pulls audio from USB port for cleaner signal.
Remote can control iTunes on your PC.
Lackluster power supply.
Potential for mid-bass bloat.
Optimized for close range listening.
Nonstandard interconnect between speakers.
Needs longer USB cable.
Shortish, hardwired cable on right speaker cabinet.
Remote control is awkward to hold.
Cables could be longer.
Gets hot during operation.
By Beatweek Magazine on October 07, 2011
For those who’ve long loved the audio from the Bowers & Wilkins Zeppelin but were hoping to capture it in a package suitable for use with a computer, the MM-1 arrives as the ideal answer. These two speakers deliver the kind of audio quality...100
By AVguide on February 28, 2011
Welcome to the 2011 edition of The Absolute Sound’s Editors’ Choice Awards, our annual Recommended Products list. On the following pages we present the gear that our editors and writers have selected as most worthy of your consideration. These are the...-
By TechRadar on February 14, 2011
The basic size of the Bowers and Wilkins MM-1 (10cm square by 17cm high) is no great surprise, and the look doesn't give much away. The first hint that this is something a little clever is the inclusion of a USB cable: yes, this speaker system is...100
By Tom's Hardware on January 19, 2011
Yes, the MM-1s boast amazing build quality, a full-function remote, and an integrated DAC. The USB audio functionality is unique in our roundup and certainly offers advantages, especially for folks who want to use the speakers on a system with...-
By Pocket-lint on November 10, 2010
If you’ve got the cash and want to quickly and easy improve the audio performance of your computer, then you won’t be disappointed with the performance the Bowers & Wilkins MM-1...90
By The Gadgeteer on October 20, 2010
There are a lot of things to like about the new MM1 computer speakers from Bowers & Wilkins, the makers of the famous Zeppelin iPod dock/speaker. And while these don’t have the audacious design philosophy of the Zeppelin or even B&W’s...-
By Audioholics on August 23, 2010
It's not often that I get to write nearly an entire review while actually evaluating the product I am reviewing non-stop. With the MM-1's that's exactly what I did - and loved every minute of it. Overall, it was obvious that B&W engineers...70
By Macworld UK on August 04, 2010
The Bowers & Wilkins MM-1 speakers may look unassuming, but these modestly sized blocks – just 17cm high – are packed with advanced drivers and electronics that put the majority of desktop speakers to shame. A 75mm mid-bass driver handles...100
By ConsumerSearch on August 01, 2010
According to reviews, the two-channel MM-1 speaker system from British speaker maker Bowers & Wilkins delivers audiophile sound quality for PC users. Reviewers praise the music quality, with its highly accurate sound reproduction, which is helped by...-
By Home Theater Review on July 14, 2010
I'm not going to say the $499.95 MM-1s from Bowers & Wilkins are cheap as far as computer speakers go, because they're not. However, in comparison to other computer speakers out there, they are far more musical and sound more like traditional...80