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KEF and the Sonic Playground at New York's Museum of Arts & Design

KEF is a proud sponsor of the Museum of Arts and Design’s Sonic Arcade interactive audio exhibit running now through February 2018 in New York City.

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Why You Need A Phono Pre-Amp

There are two commonly asked questions when it comes to turntables: Do I need a phono pre-amp? and Why do I need a phono pre-amp?  The answer to the former is yes and the answer to the latter is (as usual) complicated.

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Introduction to the LS50W - Part 1

KEF has recently begun shipping the LS50W Active Music System: a product we are really proud of because of what it does and how it does it. The LS50W is more than just a powered speaker, and it’s more than just a wireless speaker – it’s an entire music system designed for the many ways people listen to music

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Pacific Eye & Ear At The Rock & Soul Museum, Memphis

The Rock & Soul Museum, on Beale Street in Memphis is hosting a display of Pacific Eye & Ear’s work as part of their permanent exhibit that tells the story of the role Memphis played in the art of rock and soul music in America. The permanent exhibit is an amazing trip from the Memphis that was King Cotton until the Stax days in the 60s and 70s and beyond. It truly is the story of the birth of rock and roll and soul music and if you have a chance, you should make it a point to take a tour.

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Reaching Alzheimers Patients Through the Music & Memory Project

Alzheimer's disease currently affects 5.1 million Americans. The Music & Memory Project was founded by Executive Director Dan Cohen to help the families and loved ones of those afflicted with the disease reach them through the power of music.

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50 Years of Presidential Campaign Songs [Loser's Edition]

It's the height of the summer political season and last week we looked at winning theme songs of the presidential candidates from Kennedy to Obama, but since politics is as much about losing as it is about winning, we should also give our due to the theme songs of the losers. So here is our fun (and completely non-partisan) look at the songs that just didn't help as much as the candidates hoped they would.

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