Posted on 3rd July, 2019


We might be a little guilty of raving about KEF's wireless range of speakers from time to time, including the now-famous LS50W (reviewed here), and more recently its smaller sibling, the LSX (reviewed here).

It's with good reason though, as the forward-thinking KEF brand seems to understand a market that is shifting rapidly towards more compact, stylish, and feature-packed 'Hi-Fi'.

The recent addition of AirPlay 2 to LSX brought with it yet again more connectivity options, and today KEF has announced a new range of accessories including floor stands, wall brackets and desk mount options.

Three models will be available from September 2019 including - S1 floor stands ($699 RRP), B1 wall brackets ($399 RRP), and P1 desk pads ($299 RRP).

The S1 floor stands borrow cues from the LS50 Wireless' Performance Speaker Stand and include cable management for a neat look. The integrated mounting system rigidly bonds the LSX and the stand together. The aluminium pillar of the stands can be filled to stop resonance and add extra stability and features adjustable feet for easy levelling. 

The S1 floor stands are available in black or white finish.

Those opting to raise their LSX to higher levels can choose the B1 wall bracket which uses an integrated and adjustable mounting system that offers 40 degrees of downward tilt, and 90 degrees of sideways speaker positioning (in both directions). The wall brackets also feature cable management and are manufactured from aluminium. 

The B1 wall brackets are available in black or silver finish.

Finally, for those using KEF LSX speakers on a sideboard or desk, the P1 desk pads are formed from diecast aluminium and bond directly to LSX with the integrated mounting system. The desk pad offers a rigid connection with 10 degrees of upwards title.

The B1 wall brackets are available in black or silver finish.

For more information or to find your nearest dealer visit KEF.


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    Marc Rushton

    StereoNET’s Founder and Publisher, born in UK and raised on British Hi-Fi before moving to Australia where he worked as an Engineer in both the audio and mechanical fields.

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