Thanks, i sold my S40’s few weeks ago, and bought the Heritage. Not easy choice, i really like the S40. Straight cold from packaging though, Heritage is different level. Very nice.Nice, did you trade in the special 40’s on the new speakers, or is this just a home demo?
It's mid-size. About ~32 m2 (350 sq ft) is living room + ~8 m2 (90 sq ft) open kitchen - behind couch.Awesome room and setup--I cannot have a room like that until I move back to TX from CA. How big is it?
Nope, but it's quite ok. 13 AWG wires, dedicated circuit breaker.Did you also replace all the interior wiring in your house?
Just giving some records a spin.
Except KEF makes awful sounding speakers. All the "innovation" in the world can't save them.
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another exciting innovation from KEF talented British Engineering team
while Dynaudio tries to make expensive heritage speakers the remind us of the past, Kef are making the future innovation of speakers