High End 2011 - Munich, Germany
- Parent Category: High End 2011 High End 2011
- Created: 21 May 2011 21 May 2011
KEF’s new Blade speaker is as big of a hit at High End 2011 as the Concept Blade was when they unveiled it here two years ago. It not only took some radical thinking to conceive of the idea for the Blade’s overall design, but also some innovative technology to put it into production and make it work. In this video SoundStage! Network publisher Doug Schneider talks to KEF’s Johan Coorg, who discusses the Blade’s technical details and explains how the unique five-driver array works and why they call it “Single Apparent Source.”
The video can be viewed below; however, since it was shot in high definition and streams from YouTube, you can view it there in higher resolutions up to 1080p by using this link.
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