The New KEF KC62 Subwoofer: How Low Can You Go?

The KC62 Uni-Core Force-Cancelling Subwoofer houses a host of proprietary patent-pending KEF tech including the company’s new Uni-Core technology.

KEF’s new Uni-Core technology allows for a smaller cabinet size while offering the performance of a much larger subwoofer. The company specs the KC62 as being capable of plumbing the depths down to 11Hz! in a box measuring just 9.68 x 10.07 x 9.76″!

Uni-Core achieves this rather remarkable performance through the combination of a force cancellation configuration and a groundbreaking single motor system with concentrically arranged voice coils. The KC62 also houses KEF’s new patent-pending P-Flex Surround technology, a driver surround that resists the acoustic pressure inside the cabinet without limiting sensitivity, as well as Smart Distortion Control Technology, a sensorless, motional feedback system that helps correct even the slightest signal abnormalities and transients.

The KC62’s curved extruded aluminum cabinet is available in Carbon Black or Mineral White

The KC62’s twin 6.5″ drivers are powered by 1,000W RMS (2 x 500W) of Class D power. There’s also user integration options through DSP-controlled Room Placement EQ,  a variable low pass filter, and a line out high pass filter that allows for use with powered speakers like KEF’s own LS50. Connections options include wired (RCA), which incorporate KEF’s SmartConnect technology, and, through the use of KEF’s KW1 adaptor kit, WiFi.

The KEF KC62 is available now for pre-order at a recommended retail price of $1,499.99.

Company Website: KEF