KEF maybe late in the game of wireless audio, but hey, as far as fans are concerned it is better late than never. introducing the KEF X300A Wireless Digital Hi-Fi Speaker System, a speaker system that has all the goodness of the original wired X300A with the added convenience of wireless audio streaming via Apple AirPlay, or for Android devices, via DLNA. apart from that, what it has under its clean, minimalistic enclosure is no stranger to KEF fans, but if you don’t already know, the X300A Wireless features twin-class AB audiophile-grade amplifiers, hi-fi Toroidal transformer and power supply, award-winning Uni-Q drivers derived from the brand’s flagship Blade loudspeaker, 96kHz/24-bit HD distortion-free digital USB connectivity (if you still prefer the wired route), dedicated high-quality DAC in each speaker, EQ switch for customizing output to suit specific room positioning, and a 3.5mm analogue input for non-digital sources without wireless capability. available in gunmetal and linear white finishes, and commands a pretty hefty price tag of $999.99 a pair. steal a few more product look after the break.

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