KEF's uber-cool concept speakers a work of art

Developed over a three-year span, these sexy life-size boomboxes are a work of art in both aesthetics and performance.

KEF Concept Blade
KEF

The KEF Concept Blade is a set of one-off speakers engineered to demonstrate the British hi-fi specialist's technical know-how. Developed over a three-year span, these life-size boomboxes are a work of art in both aesthetics and performance.

Clad top to bottom in woven carbon fiber, these sexy concept speakers are capable of supporting the full audio spectrum out of the box. To achieve this feat, they employ four side-firing woofers to boost bass extensively and the company's Uni-Q driver for more natural-sounding vocals.

(Source: Crave Asia via Audiojunkies)

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