In September, KEF released its new portable, Bluetooth speaker the Muo. There are a lot of players in the portable Bluetooth speaker market, so in order to rise up above the noise (so to speak) we took our time and engineered a product worthy of the KEF badge.
On September 18, KEF took part in a very fun and unique evening in Merida, Mexico, that was designed to excite all the senses. The event took place at Kuuk, an experience restaurant specializing in molecular cuisine. Kuuk is consistently voted one of the top restaurants in the Yucatan, and all of Mexico, and Food and Wine Magazine named it one its "100 restaurants worth a pilgrimage."
CEDIA 2015 was held in Dallas Texas from October 15 through 17. Along with our KEF Concierge dealer initiative, we also unveiled our new Muo and Egg digital hi-fi products. This is an exciting time to be a part of the revolution in custom system design for the home, and we're pleased and proud to see how well our products integrate with modern home entertainment design.
The week before her debut at the Grand Ole Opry, Rainey Qualley gave us her thoughts on music, being a singer-songwriter and what it's like to prepare for arguably the biggest night in the career of a performer on the country scene. We would like to offer our sincere thanks to Rainey and her team for allowing us a behind-the-scenes look at her life and music.
KEF was founded 54 years ago this October (October 4 to be precise), and since that time we’ve been on the cutting edge of musical reproduction technology. To celebrate we’re going to give away a complete Dolby-Atmos Home Theater system – speakers, amp, television – the whole bit, to the tune of $10,000 in total value.