KEF Builds a New Speaker for the Digital, Connected Era
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If you are familiar with KEF speakers, you know two things about them – they never shy from innovation and are always on a quest for a higher level of audio performance. This showed with the radical high-end KEF Blade super speaker, a vehicle for KEF innovation passed on to lesser models. KEF’s innovation was also found in the LS50 Collection, a universally lauded small speaker for audiophiles with smaller spaces.
On the heels of the highly successful LS50 comes the LS60, the tower version – but so much more – of the LS50 Wireless all in one speaker. Is it just a bigger version of the LS50? In some ways, yes, but it’s part of KEF’s drive to bring hi-fi into more homes with sleek design, simple operation, and above all, superlative audio performance. Read on to see if the new LS60 is right for your St. Louis, MO listening space.
From Freestanding to Architectural, KEF Speakers Are Built to a Higher Standard
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To most audiophiles, KEF needs no introduction. For others perhaps newer to the hi-fi world, KEF might not be as familiar. Founded in 1961 by Raymond Cooke, a BBC electrical engineer, the company has always distinguished itself with innovative engineering and technology. One of those innovations was becoming the first speaker company to use computers in speaker testing and design. The company continues the tradition of design innovations with Uni-Q concentric drivers, low profile drivers, and a different approach to wireless speakers.
If you’re considering upgrading your Weldon, MO home audio system, KEF speakers should be at the top of your shortlist. Let’s explore some of the best options below, from freestanding models to architectural speakers.
Save on the KEF Q Series for a Limited Time
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If you are a Hi-Fi enthusiast, you may already be familiar with KEF. If you’re not, it’s not a brand you will typically find at your local big-box store. Founded in 1961 and headquartered in England, the company has always strived to produce speaker designs based on research and innovation. The name KEF says it all – it stands for Kent Engineering and Foundry.
Throughout the decades, KEF has been noted for pioneering innovations. Among those is the Uni-Q driver array, where the midrange and tweeter drivers are arranged concentrically for improved off-axis dispersion of sound, resulting in a wider and more natural soundstage. This design innovation has been widely adopted by other respected speaker manufacturers, but KEF has continued refining it with every speaker generation across all its lines.
While award-winning KEF speakers like the Muon and Blade cost tens of thousands, you don’t have to spend that much to have KEF sound quality in your St. Louis, MO home audio system. KEF’s most popular line, the Q Series, is on sale for a limited time this summer. Read on to learn more about the Q Series – but hurry, this sale ends on August 1!