The tangerine-shaped waveguide position in front of the tweeter helps disperse the sound spherically for wider and more even dispersion.
The ‘Z-flex’ cone surround around the mid/bass diaphragm limits secondary radiation.
Peel off the speaker grilles and you’ll find KEF’s trademark Uni-Q driver, which has a tweeter placed in the middle of the mid/bass driver and is claimed to aid precision and dispersion.
With over millions of registered users, the eharmony member base is an ethnically, racially, and religiously diverse group of individuals of all ages - all of whom are looking to find someone special.
Amongst our most popular demographics are: Christian Singles, Jewish Singles, Black Singles, Hispanic Singles, Asian Singles, 30s Singles and Senior Singles.
Now the company has given in entirely, officially naming this new system, the ‘KEF Egg Wireless Digital Music System’. MORE: KEF launches Muo wireless Bluetooth speaker It has been a while since KEF has launched a new product based on this iconic design, and these new ones are a wireless and powered 2.0 offering. No longer are you tied down to amplifiers: you can use these with computers, portable devices and TVs. ‘Egg-shaped’ is by far the most ubiquitous description of course, but we’ve also heard people liken them to car wing mirrors.
The build quality is good; the enclosure is predominantly plastic but the speakers are reassuringly weighty.