KEF KW1 Wireless Subwoofer Kit Cuts the Cables
KEF has announced its KW1 wireless subwoofer adapter kit that works with the KEF Kube and KF92 subwoofers.
The KEF KW1 is an easy to use wireless transmitter and receiver kit designed to work with the KEF Kube and KF92 subwoofers. KEF says that the KW1 will make things a lot easier when it comes to placing your subwoofer in your system by cutting the cables.
The KW1 connects wirelessly to the KEF subs through their expansion port. All you have to do is connect the KW1 transmitter unit to the variable line-out or subwoofer port and connect to power using the micro USB connector.
Then, plug in a receiver to the expansion port at the back of your KEF Kube 8b, 10b, 12b or KF92. The transmitter sends a 48kHz/24-bit audio stream to the sub - you can even add another sub, as long as it also is kitted out with a second receiver.
Thanks to the switchable 5.2GHz/5.8GHz RF set-up, you can place your subs with almost total freedom, as long as the transmitter and receiver are with 90 feet of each other.
KEF promises a highly stable, high-resolution connection and near-lossless audio performance as well as flawless bass synchronisation.
The KEF KW1 kit is available from September for $399 RRP.
For more information, check out KEF.
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