With the release of our powerful new active music system, the LS50W, we thought it might be a good time to take an in-depth look at some of the technology that makes the LS50W a product we are so proud of. So, over the next few weeks we’re going to examine the technology behind the product. The LS50W is a high-end digital music system that allows you to play music from an amazing variety of formats.
A quick guide to how to properly connect your stereo components, and what to look for if you suspect your system isn't wired correctly.
Here I am, in our Audiophile Dream Sequence doing a search on the Googleyweb for audiophile cables. Specifically right now I am searching for an IEC cable for my receiver. The reader should also take note that in this dream sequence I am sitting in a Ferrari Testarossa and tooling around the south of France while cracking wise with Scary Spice and my neighbor's dog (who is sitting in the front seat).
Here's a brief guide to connecting your subwoofer to your home audio system.
In 2011, KEF introduced the world to the Blade – the world’s first single-apparent source speaker. In 2014, we introduced the Blade Two – a slightly smaller version of the original. The Blade is truly a magnificent re-producer of sound and music and this article will attempt to shed some light on the technology behind the Blade (and Blade Two).