KEF fields its first Bluetooth speaker
Capitol announced Thursday that it will host eight free training courses at its Eagan, MN, headquarters on Oct. 15 and 16, as part of the Capitol Learning Institute.
A lot of cool stuff coming out of the Munich Hi-Fi show today, and KEF is front and center with revisions to two of its high-endiest speaker lines, the Blade Two (an addition to the Blade family) and the KEF Reference series. Blade Two is based on KEF’s Uni-Q point source driver array, a 25 mm vented aluminum dome tweeter placed at the acoustic center of a 125mm midrange driver, providing what KEF calls direction-agnostic high- and midrange response
The sound quality of smartphones and tablets – devices that were the inspiration for the lion’s share of the thousands of accessories and other peripheral products exhibited at the Autumn Edition of the Hong Kong Electronics Fair this week, was a major topic in a special Electronic Industry Summit held during the show. Overviews of the latest acoustic technologies and product designs were offered in presentations by university academics, market research executives and engineers who are employed in working on sound issues for well-known market brands.
Leading up to CEDIA EXPO next week, KEF has tipped its hand on a couple of new products that will officially debut at the show. The first, an updated version of the company’s renowned X300A speaker, is simply dubbed the X300A Wireless.
No, you’re not experiencing déjà vu. Yes, I already wrote about another E-Series last week. This has nothing to do with that. Well, except for the fact that you could use the new KEF E Series speakers with Denon’s new E-Series receivers and have yourself a complete E Home Theater system.