KEF has announced the launch of a special edition of its LS50 Wireless Digital Music System, the LS50 Wireless Nocturne by Marcel Wanders.
Dutch designer and founder of Marcel Wanders interior design studio, Marcel Wanders has blended the circular nature of KEF’s Uni-Q driver and musical notation symbols with architectural and rhythmic elements to create a sophisticated design, with selected elements that can glow in the dark.
“There is an orchestrated tempo to this medley. By allowing for individual discovery of the musical elements, the design possesses a distinctive rhythm all on its own,” says Marcel.
KEF LS50 Wireless offers a comprehensive set of high quality wireless connectivity options, including 2.4GHz/5GHz dual-band WiFi network connectivity and Bluetooth 4.0 aptX. The system uses 192kHz/24-bit high-resolution digital signal path throughout and a dedicated Digital-to-Analogue Converter (DAC) for each channel, ensuring optimal sound quality.
KEF’s Uni-Q driver technology places the tweeter in the exact acoustic centre of the bass/midrange cone so that both act as a single point source that disperses the sound more evenly throughout the room.
With the LS50 Wireless Nocturne by Marcel Wanders, a visionary new aesthetic design has been added to create a compelling audio system.
“We wanted to honour the nocturnal concept. The eloquent depth to the light and dark shades, textures and patterns allude to what you would experience in a dream-like state,” says Marcel Wanders creative director Gabriele Chiave.
KEF is distributed in Australia by Advance Audio.
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