The LS60 Wireless is the world’s first single obvious supply wireless system. Jargonistic, yes, but this system, invented by KEF and first implemented on its right away recognizable £30,000 ($35,000) Blade speakers, uses the brand’s Uni-Q driver and four back-to-back 5.25-inch Uni-middle force-canceling drivers, to enable the low, mid, and excessive frequencies of something you’re playing to radiate from only a single factor. The result, according to KEF, is greater specific imaging, maximized bass performance, a wider soundstage, and the most important viable sweet spot.
Now ubiquitous on KEF speakers, however no much less revolutionary, the Uni-Q driver era (now in its twelfth generation) places the 19-mm tweeter precisely on the acoustic middle of the 10-cm aluminum midrange cone, so both act collectively as a unique supply to disperse sound extra evenly. Aside from searching extremely cool, the Uni-Q driver facilitates disperse the sound evenly, so irrespective of where you’re sitting, you still get to experience the detail.
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Combine this with the Metamaterial Absorption era (MAT), which KEF says eliminates 99 percent of unwanted sound from the rear of the tweeter, and the result is a purer, extra naturalistic sound alongside exceptional wireless overall performance (up to 24 bit/96 kHz) from all the satisfactory-high-quality streaming structures and anything else you care to plug into them.
Processing and all the virtual whizz-banger is achieved through KEF’s Music Integrity Engine, and a suite of bespoke virtual signal processing algorithms, all helped on their way via 1,400 watts of mixed power, with amplifiers committed to high, medium, and occasional frequencies within every speaker.
As for audio streaming first-rate, the wireless restriction is still better than CD quality at 24 bit/96 kHz, but if you’re organized to plug in via the Ethernet port, it will increase local playback to 24 bit/192 kHz.
The LS60 wireless’ faultless execution places you at the heart of the recording, enveloping you beautifully, and despite the less-than-demo-room-best speaker positioning in this reviewer’s ordinary living area, the candy spot became vast, nearly to the point of nonexistence.