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Podcast: Inside KEF’s LS60 Wireless w/ designer Jack Oclee-Brown

  • Despite being built around the same W2 streaming platform as the KEF LS50 Wireless II, KEF’s LS60 Wireless is not an LS50 Wireless II in floorstanding form. Its quad of side-firing UniCore bass drivers effectively puts a pair of KC62 subwoofers into each loudspeaker and their vertical placement around the front-firing Uni-Q driver – in what KEF calls Single Apparent Source – pushes the new streaming active floorstander closer to the company’s considerably more expensive (and passive) Blade. Designer Jack-Oclee Brown explains…

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