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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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Which Is Better: Analog or Digital?

With the hard resurgence of vinyl, there has been a lot of debate among music fans as to which format is "better." Each format has its own plusses and minuses when it comes to the user experience, as opposed to the listening experience (they're not the same thing). But what about the listening experience and the actual scientific difference between the two formats? Is there a clear-cut winner?

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KEF and the Edinburgh Festival - A Technical Achievement Way Ahead Of Its Time

In 1980, KEF engineers and our legendary 105.2 speakers took part in a remote performance for the ages.

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The Allman Brothers Band and The Power of Music

In the digital age, we often bemoan the state of today’s music industry but with a little insight into what things were like back in the day, we can see that things really haven’t changed all that much. Artists still struggle to get their art in front of an audience, and audiences still clamor for great art. The Power of Music is the one constant we can always count on.

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Deconstructing Bohemian Rhapsody

The soundstage for Bohemian Rhapsody varies from being quite simple and straight forward to terrifyingly complex, but let's try to deconstruct it anyway.

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7 Myths That Are Destroying the Live Music Experience

This is just not just another rant about cheap earbuds, mp3s and the ubiquity of music to the point we are desensitized to it. No, I’m afraid it’s much worse than that. That bastion of the music lover – the live concert – is now pretty much a waste of time.

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