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KEF Q50a Dolby Atmos speaker launched

KEF Q50a dolby atmos speakerKEF has today launched the Q50a Dolby Atmos-enabled surround speaker.

This newcomer to the Q Series is designed to join exisiting speakers from the range making them compatible with Dolby Atmos.

KEF Q50a speaker

The Q50a is a Dolby Atmos-enabled, upward-firing speaker that works seamlessly with the KEF Q Series range, as well as other AV speaker systems.

KEF Q50a dolby atmos speakerIt has been designed to be placed on top of front and rear satellite speakers, to deliver the ‘height’ sound information provided by Dolby Atmos-compatible amplifiers.

KEF Q50a dolby atmos speaker on topThe Q50a’s sound performance has been expertly tuned by KEF acoustic engineers. You can expect it to bring an extraordinarily immersive, cinematic verticality of Dolby Atmos sound into your home without having to fit overhead speakers. You see, it manages this by cleverly using precision ceiling reflection.

Additionally, Q50a can also be easily mounted on the wall using dedicated keyhole fixings. This way you can use them to create a high-fidelity home surround sound experience.

On the inside

Thanks to the Damped Tweeter Loading Tube – a rubber, chisel shaped damper – high frequencies sound detailed and natural.

KEF Q50a dolby atmos speaker coverAt the heart of Q50a is the latest Q-Series Uni-Q driver array. This features a lighter cone return, improved spider suspension (well, if you are going to suspend spiders you might as do it well), and a new generation of cone neck decoupler. All of that adds up to excellent dynamics with a supremely accurate, fast, and clean sonic response.

Dolby Atmos

Dolby Atmos is more than surround sound. It is an audio processing technology that creates an audio environment putting you at the centre of the movie. Moreover, it turns the home cinema experience into something truly extraordinary.

The world around you is filled fully with three-dimension of sound, from the quiet flutters of a butterfly’s wings to the aggressive sounds of a star-ship’s lasers. As these objects move across the screen, their sounds move around you in the room.

With all the audio engineering expertise contained within the KEF Q50a Dolby Atmos-enabled surround speaker watching a film at home will never feel the same again.

Price and availability

Available now in satin black and stain white finishes. Price: £450 per pair (SRP)

For more details, please visit http://www.kef.com

KEF Q50a Dolby Atmos speaker launched

by Jay Garrett time to read: 2 min
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