KEF has announced the arrival of the Q250c, a smaller, more compact adaptation of the original Q650c, promising increased versatility and enhancing the user experience even further by offering new placement options. The new Q250c speaker is an elegantly designed LCR speaker with even more set-up options to allow effortless integration into any home theatre system. Available in 3 different finishes (black, white and walnut), the Q250c retails for $599.99.
With over 15 years of success, KEF Q Series is a comprehensive range of two-channel and home theatre speakers providing high-quality sound for a variety of needs. The 8th generation Q Series has won countless global accolades for delivering a highly sophisticated and accomplished sound performance. An exciting new addition to the already impressive range, the Q250c is an elegantly designed LCR speaker with even more set-up options to allow effortless integration into any home theatre system.
Complete with KEF’s innovative Uni-Q Driver using a new damped tweeter loading tube, the Q250c’s compact design provides increased space within the home, while the removal of the rear port allows ease of placement in cabinets. Since the Q250c has a sealed enclosure it is perfect for positioning within furniture, AV racks or close to walls. A versatile audio system, it can also be used vertically as both a left and right channel speaker offering a discrete appearance while still providing KEF’s renowned high quality of sound.
Outstanding features for the new design include a new low-distortion inductor on the crossover, improvements to bass drivers to create cleaner, punchier bass, even at high volumes, and the use of seamless baffles with magnetic grilles, for a clean uncluttered appearance. An excellent addition to amplify the home theatre experience, the Q250c will also be available in three striking finishes (black, white and walnut), all for $599.99 each (suggested retail price).
The Q Series consists of two bookshelf speakers (Q150 and Q350), three floor-standing speakers (Q550, Q750 and Q950), two centre speakers (Q250c and Q650c) and the Q50a Dolby Atmos speaker. The series boasts a huge number of acoustic innovations and enhancements to make it the most accomplished Q Series range yet.
KEF was founded in 1961 by Raymond Cooke OBE (1925–1995) and was initially headquartered in a Nissen Hut on the premises of Kent Engineering & Foundry (from where the name KEF is derived) – a metal-working company on the banks of the River Medway, near Maidstone in Kent. KEF’s ethos has always been based on the continuing quest to find new and better ways of reproducing sound. Since the company’s establishment, KEF has maintained a flair for unusual and controversial speaker engineering, design and material use, with examples including its iconic ‘Egg,’ Muon and Blade speakers. KEF is a member of Gold Peak Group and its products are available in more than 60 countries.
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