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Kef LSX speakers (Maroon) £859 and accessories at KEF Audio
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Kef LSX speakers (Maroon) £859 and accessories at KEF Audio

£859£99914%KEF Audio Deals
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Posted 13th Feb

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A rare discount on Kef LSX speakers direct from Kef. The Maroon ones look beautiful!.

For those of you with these already, you can get a discount on the floor stands and desk "pads" as well.
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red/pink one looks perfect for valentines day
How do you get the discount? The basket at checkout says £999
Oh I see it's only the maroon
Edited by: "jasee" 13th Feb
Had mine for 6 months now in green and they are superb. Dont waste your money on the desk pads they have zero insulation and will still transmit to the desk. I purchased a pair of IsoAcoustics ISO L8R which are cheaper and do the job.
jasee13/02/2020 11:21

How do you get the discount? The basket at checkout says £999Oh I see it's …How do you get the discount? The basket at checkout says £999Oh I see it's only the maroon



Yes, and the accessories. Discount is applied at checkout.
nsx205013/02/2020 11:14

red/pink one looks perfect for valentines day

CLOUD_TIGER13/02/2020 12:40

Had mine for 6 months now in green and they are superb. Dont waste your …Had mine for 6 months now in green and they are superb. Dont waste your money on the desk pads they have zero insulation and will still transmit to the desk. I purchased a pair of IsoAcoustics ISO L8R which are cheaper and do the job.


Or just get some foam blocks for a few quid that do the same thing. Fancy isolation stands alone do nothing for vibrations, it's the act of lifting the speakers off the desk/surface that reduces early reflections, and also reducing comb filtering if you have things inbetween the speakers.
Siwoti13/02/2020 17:15

Or just get some foam blocks for a few quid that do the same thing. Fancy …Or just get some foam blocks for a few quid that do the same thing. Fancy isolation stands alone do nothing for vibrations, it's the act of lifting the speakers off the desk/surface that reduces early reflections, and also reducing comb filtering if you have things inbetween the speakers.


Well I can only speak from personal experience that the stands have 100% stopped any vibrations. Looked at foam blocks but why would I spend a grand on speakers only to make them look crap with foam ? Would also have needed plenty of foam to raise the speakers the 20cm I needed to bring them to ear height !
Edited by: "CLOUD_TIGER" 13th Feb
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