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KEF Wireless system eliminates speaker cable headaches

July 9th, 2007 · No Comments

Wireless rear speakers have long been viewed as the ideal way to popularize multi-channel sound, but performance issues have always held the concept back. Now KEF believes it has the ideal solution: KEF Wireless, a 400 quid transmitter/receiver package (pictures) which enables any speaker configuration to be upgraded to wireless.The brand’s so-called “Universal Wireless” system comprises two receivers and a transmitter. It operates in the 2.4GHz band and uses HFADPCM (hi-fidelity adaptive differential pulse code modulation) with advanced error-protection and adaptive frequency hopping, which is able to change channels automatically before any errors start to occur, to deliver high-fidelity sound. When power is connected, transmitter and receiver automatically locate each other; KEF says the technology is immune to interference from microwave ovens, cordless phones or LAN routers.

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