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KEF LS50 Wireless: based upon the wired 

KEF has announced the LS50 Wireless, an active, digital and wireless lifestyle audio system consisting of two speakers

Designed in honour of the 55th anniversary of KEF, the LS50 Wireless is closely based on the design of the LS50 speakers.

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The cabinet, Uni-Q driver, port and cabinet bracing are all the same as in the original design. KEF’s Uni-Q driver technology places the tweeter in the acoustic centre of the bass/midrange cone.

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Amplification arrives courtesy of 230 watts in a bi-amp dual mono configuration. A time-correcting DSP crossover is included too.

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The LS50 Wireless system uses a 24bit/192kHz digital signal path throughout and a dedicated DAC for each channel.

The LS50 also offers 2.4GHz/5GHz dual-band Wi-Fi network connectivity and Bluetooth 4.0 aptX (with an eight-device memory and 10m range). an Asynchronous USB (Type B) connection, a TOSLINK optical socket and a set of RCA Phono sockets and sub-woofer output.

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Available in Titanium grey/Red, Gloss Black/Blue, and Gloss White/Copper finishes the set is available for £2,000.

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To learn more, click uk.kef.com

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