Bowers & Wilkins is giving some of their most popular speakers a significant upgrade. The studio-inspired 700 series was first introduced back in 2017 featuring a top-mounted tweeter made from a solid block of aluminum, Continuum cone drivers, and Aerofoil profile bass drivers. Now, the British-based manufacturer is adding to their appeal by giving them the Signature treatment. The 702 floorstander and the 705 standmount now have specially treated and upgraded bypass capacitors sourced from Mundorf, larger heatsinking, and an upgraded LF capacitor on the bass section of the crossover for the 702. Signature status also gives each set of speakers new Datuk Gloss ebony-colored veneers with a distinctive grain.