KEF KC62 Subwoofer Review

March 3, 2021 § Leave a comment

https://www.soundandvision.com/content/kef-kc62-subwoofer


The fact that a literally breadbox-size subwoofer can produce actual 25 Hz-and-lower content at any musically useful level is newsworthy. And so is the KC62 as a whole: if you insist on breaking Hoffman’s Iron Law, or at least bending it to its limits, KEF’s inaugural Uni-Core design does so as dramatically, and as classily, as any sub I’ve seen. Within the “iron” caveats of a small room and/or relatively modest level demands, it will match the performance of a well-engineered 12-inch sub in every important parameter except peak dynamics and level. There may be other mini subs on the market, but none I know of go quite as low in quite as small and elegant a package as what KEF has managed with the KC62.

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