KEF LS50 LOUDSPEAKERS STAND UP
The highly successful LS50 and Wireless loudspeakers from KEF have just received yet another upgrade from UK's engineers.
Designed and engineered from the ground up, the Performance Speaker Stands place both the LS50 and LS50 Wireless "at the ideal height for an optimum sound space," according to KEF.
While the new stands work with KEF's bookshelf speakers, they'll also work with other brands.
They'll be available in a choice of three colours, Black, White, and Titanium (coming soon), to compliment LS50's finishes, they also feature built-in cable management concealing the cables for a clean look.
KEF says the steel and aluminium construction "gives rigidity, stability and sound damping" and they can also be filled with sand or other inert materials to add further damping and stability.
Advance Audio's Michael DiMeglio who represents KEF in Australia, told StereoNET:
Rarely does KEF introduce a speaker stand as an individual product, however with the introduction of connected speakers and their plethora of supported audio sources, the time was right to create the Performance Speaker Stands.
The KEF Performance Speaker Stands will be available from October 2017 for $799 RRP for a pair.
For more information visit the KEF brand page.
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