The ultra-compact KEF KC62 Uni-Core Force-Cancelling Subwoofer is a superb example of audio excellence and design ingenuity.
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The KC62 enriches the sound of your music or movie, allowing the listener to dial up the bass while using minimum space. Deep and powerful bass used to be the domain of big-shouldered subwoofers, but the aesthetically pleasing KC62 is a truly revolutionary product. KEF has developed ground-breaking technologies that accurately reproduce the original recording, bringing all the splendour, impact and emotion from music and film into your home.
At the heart of KC62 are three patent-pending technologies: the Uni-Core Technology, P-Flex surround and Smart Distortion Control Technology. The innovative Uni-Core driver technology is a completely new take on traditional force cancelling arrangements. The unique design enabled the KEF team to create a small subwoofer with unprecedented depth and accuracy in equal measure. The KC62 also features the P-Flex surround due to its unique pleated formation.
This meticulous design results in a deeper bass extension, more detailed bass reproduction, and reduced distortion. The sensor-less Smart Distortion Control Technology helps correct any minute abnormalities that may occur and thus delivers more accurate bass performance. Supported by KEF’s Music Integrity Engine and powerful amplification, the KC62 ensures you feel fully immersed in your home entertainment experience. The KC62 is not just designed to work sonically within your home but aesthetically as well.
Crafted from extruded aluminium, the curved cabinet perfectly blends form and function, providing strength and beauty. While diminutive enough to blend into the décor, the Carbon Black, Mineral White and new Titanium Grey finishes make KC62 an exceptionally attractive statement. ■
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