The subwoofers Of great powers and benefits, they are usually equipment of generous dimensions that is difficult to find a suitable location in conventional rooms full of furniture, with little space and without specific acoustic treatment that most of us have at home.
Therefore, it is appreciated that manufacturers try to innovate in this regard by offering other new generation solutions that bring the powerful sound to smaller devices.
This is just the case with KEF with the new KC62, a subwoofer that implements its new technology Uni-Core to deliver power up to 1,000 watts RMS in a loudspeaker measuring only 246 x 256 x 248 mm. Speaker mounts two 6.5-inch drivers located in opposite positions and with the coils placed concentrically.
This reduces the size of the enclosure, improves the maximum excursion of the diaphragm as well as increases the volume of air displacement while minimizing distortions thanks to the wave cancellation in the enclosure itself, which in turn avoids unwanted colorations of the sound.
They have also implemented the technology P-Flex Surround in the body of the driver to, based on the origami or origami technique, offer an internal design that resists air pressures without adding much more mass to the set, allowing the driver to move fluidly obtaining at the same time, and according to their inventors assure a deeper and more precise bass.
Under the subwoofer housing is mounted an amplifier stage of Class D with 2×500 watts RMS that has its own DSP and several technologies to control the output power and prevent saturation such as Music Integrity Engine or iBX (Intelligent Bass Extension).
Thanks to all of them, the loudspeaker can reach a maximum sound pressure of 105 dB and an incredibly low frequency response down to 11 Hz (although they do not mention with what distortion), something only within reach of much larger subwoofers and generally in bass-reflex or passive radiator configurations.
Price and availability
The new subwoofer KC62 of KEF will go on sale in February 2021 for a price that will be around 1.500 euros.
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