KEF went to the High End Munich show to launch a smaller version of its flagship Blade speaker and upgrade its Reference series of speakers. The products will ship in the U.S. in August or September, a spokesman said.
The Blade Two and new Reference speakers are “enhanced by new technologies and advanced materials that didn’t exist previously,” said global brand ambassador Johan Coorg.
The Blade Two is a smaller and, at $24,000/pair, less costly version of the original $30,000/pair Blade. Both the original and Blade II combine sculpted cabinets and multiple technologies, collectively known as Single Apparent Source technology, to create speakers whose entire frequency range is said to radiate from one point in space. The technologies include force-canceling side-firing woofers and proprietary coincident tweeter/midrange driver array.
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