The latest product of KEF’s brand Uni-Q array is the drive unit complement installed in the KEF LS50. The Uni-Q might seem as a solitary unit, but it is actually a 25-mm aluminum arena tweeter in the middle of a 13 cm aluminum/magnesium–coned bass/mid. The thought is to enhance the way the speaker scatters sound and lend a hand in its integration.
A waveguide is present in the front of the tweeter which looks exactly like a grille and is used to enhance the speaker’s high-frequency performance. Even with the absence of the outstanding color, this is a unique driver accompaniment.
The company has worked day and night on the cabinet. That coiled front panel is prepared of Dough Moulding Compound (DMC). Now, DMS is resin polyester coupled with calcium carbonate and glass fiber and was selected for its inertness and mass.
The rest of the enclosed space is prepared from MDF. It is strongly damped and deeply braced to minimize any resonances.
The oval one employed to jingle the bass on the LS50 is extraordinary. Place your fingers within and you will sense that it is supple. This aids to decrease any unnecessary midrange twists.
When mounted on a pair of solid stands and listened with a peaceful mind, the LS50 sounds marvelous. The initial thing that hits us is the excellence of the bass’ performance.
For speakers that stand just as high as 30 cm, the LS50 gives agile, powerful, and deep lows from the vocals of Blade’s Massive Attack’s Flat. However, distinct from most minute speakers that give full-size bass, the LS50s do not over-egg stuff and the whole thing sounds evenhanded.
Shift up the range of the frequency and the LS50 continues to make an impact on us. Kate Bush’s lyrics on 50 Words For Snow are as articulate and lucid as you could desire for. The LS50 drive in a piece of music and converse the energy brilliantly.
We are overwhelmed by the seamless integration of the LS50 and hence would recommend buying it if you are thinking of purchasing a speaker. So hurry up and grab it.