If it naturally has better bass extension than the ls50, why would you choose the hassle of integrating a sub?
I see your point.. I don't think it'll be such a hit because it'll be much more expensive, though I expect it to sound betterBecause if it's like the Blade it will be crossed over around 400-500Hz and won't be a complete point-source would be my main reason. I also much prefer the looks of an LS50 on stands compared to this LS60 if the pic ends up being real. They look like the Q series equivalent of the Blades, I personally don't see them being nearly the hit as the LS50 but maybe others will want them.
It’s just a subjective opinion based on the looks alone. I have always liked the case work and look of the 50. The 60 may be a good performer, just not in my taste.If it naturally has better bass extension than the ls50, why would you choose the hassle of integrating a sub?
I'd love to see a redesigned R8a, with better extension and SPL. That aside, a KC92 on 1300 w and 10 inch woofers.I love the design. I'm interested in the price. KEF will make it hard for us to choose. I was thinking, once, I'll buy a Reference 1, wait, no, I'll buy Reference 3, now it's wait, wait, maybe LS60?
It'll probably feature META, and it will get the twin LF drivers like the blade...
I really like it.
I will admit, however, I was having my fingers crossed for a larger volume LS bookshelf. But...
I know!! I'll cut this in half and make a KEF version of Kii3 but better.
If the picture is true...
Each has 2 sets of dual opposed woofers? Those should slam in room!