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Does Your Clock Actually Go Tick-Tock (Or Is Your Brain Lying To You?)

Think the clock goes TICK-tock? Think your turn signal actually goes BLINK-er? Think again, because your brain is just off making music on its own.

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Using Diffusion To Create A Natural, Spacious Listening Environment [Basic Home Theater Design]

Diffusion is an extremely important and often overlooked component to room acoustics, and you’ll be amazed at how much life you can inject into your listening space with the proper installation of specially designed diffusion panels, the strategic use of what you already have in your room, or a smart combination of the two.

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Home Theater Design: Absorption vs. Diffusion [Glossary of Terms]

One of the most commonly misunderstood concepts you’ll face when you start putting together a home theater or high-end listening room is the role absorption and diffusion play in how your room will ultimately sound – regardless of the equipment you put in it. Just like with any other technology or specialized field, important terms get thrown around by people in the know while those of us not in the know kind of grin and nod our heads while we hope that maybe someday we’ll figure exactly what the heck all of these smart people are talking about.

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Masters of Sound With KEF Head of Acoustics Jack Oclee-Brown

KEF Masters of Sound visits the Strand Theater in Lakewood NJ with KEF Head of Acoustics Jack Oclee-Brown for a discussion about Blade technology and the goal of all of us here at KEF.

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Speaker Placement: Things To Consider Beyond Spousal Approval

In a perfect world, my listening room would consist of a 2-channel monoblock system driving a pair of Blades, a $9000 turntable, a chair with a cupholder, and proper acoustic treatments all around. I would lock the door from the inside and emerge only for more beef jerky and occasional visits with my family.

I don't live in a perfect world.

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