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LSX II WIRELESS SYSTEM FROM KEF

The new LSX II features the W2 wireless platform from the LS50 Wireless II plus both HDMI and USB-C

Available in five finishes, each LSX II speaker uses a version of KEF’s 11th generation Uni-Q driver array specially designed for this speaker. The tweeter is placed at the acoustic centre of the woofer.

LSX II WIRELESS SYSTEM FROM KEF

LSX II apportions 70W of power to the mid/bass unit and 30W to the tweeter. That is, the tweeters and mid-bass units are powered by their own dedicated amplifier.

Using the KEF Connect app, you can stream Amazon Music, Qobuz, Tidal, Deezer, Internet Radio stations and podcasts. Apple AirPlay 2 and Google Chromecast is included plus Bluetooth. When using Airplay 2, Chromecast or Roon, you can stream to multiple wireless speakers to synchronise music around your home.

LSX II WIRELESS SYSTEM FROM KEF

Wired connectivity includes HDMI ARC and USB-C, ideal for TV and computer connections, respectively. 

LSX II WIRELESS SYSTEM FROM KEF

Accessories include the S1 floor stand or P1 desk pad or B1 wall bracket. Price is £1,199.

For more information, click www.kef.com.

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2 Comments

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    John Norris
    27th July 2022 at 5:07 pm

    I had an impromptu demo of these at Sevenoaks’ store in Manchester and was impressed. A rep from KEF was there and he talked me through the improvements they had made and showed me the dedicated KEF app. Getting a good app is vital (for me) when you are looking at active speakers/amps with streamers. Visually, perhaps not as slick. as BluOS but it had a some nice functionality which will allow users to tweak settings depending upon their own requirements. He said the LSXII have been completely re-engineered to give, amongst other things, a deeper, more controlled bass and I have to say this was evident on what I heard. They had been placed on large, low, flat bench but I got the impression if you get them on dedicated stands and up higher they would sound even better. They looked nice too and would suit a busy home where versatility is the primary concern.

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      Paul Rigby
      28th July 2022 at 10:05 am

      Hi John – thanks for sharing that. And yes, I would recommend popping them on stands.

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