KEF LSX II Wireless Hi-Fi System unveiled with AirPlay 2 support and HDMI eARC
KEF has announced the LSX II Wireless Hi-Fi System, an enhanced version of the award-winning LSX speakers. The brand suggests you could use the sound system in your living room, home office or studio to deliver high-quality audio.
The two-channel stereo speakers create a three-dimensional experience, and the Music Integrity Engine improves the clarity and accuracy of the sound. An eleventh-generation Uni-Q driver has been built specifically for the gadget, ensuring sound is evenly dispersed around the room. The device has a 200 W total output, a maximum SPL of 102 dB and is DSD, MQA and PCM compatible up to 384 kHz (24-bit).
The LSX II Wireless Hi-Fi System features the W2 wireless platform bringing a range of connection and streaming options, including Apple AirPlay 2 and Google Chromecast. You can connect the gadget to TVs, laptops, consoles and turntables via a range of ports such as USB-C and HDMI eARC. Plus, you can use the KEF Connect app to quickly set up and remotely adjust the speaker’s settings.
The device will be available with a color-matched S1 floor stand; alternatively, you can mount the speaker on a wall or simply place it on a surface. The speakers have been designed in collaboration with Michael Young with a minimal aesthetic and using Kvadrat fabric. The LSX II Wireless Hi-Fi System will go on sale on June 23rd for US$1,400. You can choose from five colors, including Mineral White and Lava Red.