KEF LS60 Wireless all-in-one speaker system revealed with 1,400 W power
KEF has released the LS60 Wireless all-in-one speaker system to celebrate its 60th anniversary. The LS60 Wireless can deliver 1,400 W total output with amplifiers for high, medium and low frequencies.
Single Apparent Source technology provides clear sound across all frequencies, and the Uni-Q driver ensures the sound is evenly distributed around the room. The two systems are linked by the Music Integrity Engine, working together for balanced sound.
Metamaterial Absorption Technology (MAT) can remove distortion by soaking up 99% of unwanted sounds. Each of the two speakers features an RCA input port which you can use for turntables, a subwoofer output and an ethernet port. You can connect your TV via the optical input port or HDMI eARC for a high-quality connection.
The LS60 Wireless speakers use the W2 wireless platform, also used in the award-winning LS50 Wireless II speakers. You can connect to the device using Spotify Connect, Apple AirPlay, Google Chromecast and Bluetooth.
You can adjust the settings of the LS60 Wireless in the KEF Connect app, with normal and expert modes. The slim gadget measures 1,090 x 212 x 394 mm (42.9 x 8.3 x 15.5-in) and has been designed in partnership with industrial designer Michael Young.
The KEF LS60 Wireless speaker system is expected to be released in autumn this year, with the waitlist now open. The device will be available in Royal Blue, Mineral White and Titanium Grey, and it will cost £6,000 (~US$7,473).