KEF to Bring KEF Blade to Rocky Mountain Audio Fest 2011

KEF to Bring KEF Blade to Rocky Mountain Audio Fest 2011

KEF, the renowned manufacturer of innovative, reference-quality loudspeakers, will partner with Denver-based dealer Hear No Evil Home Entertainment to present attendees to  Rocky Mountain Audio Fest 2011, happening October 14-16 at the Denver Marriot Tech Center, with a unique demo of the new KEF Blade, the world’s first Single Apparent Source loudspeaker. Additionally, KEF will commemorate it 50th anniversary by holding its official KEF 50th Anniversary Book signing event on Friday October 14th at 7-9pm.

Attendees to Rocky Mountain Audio Fest 2011 can visit KEF and Hear No Evil Home Entertainment in Atrium Level 4, Rooms 483 and 485 at the Denver Marriott Tech Center. During the course of the show where they can also obtain party passes to this exclusive book signing event.

“Rocky Mountain Audio Fest is one of the industry’s best hi-fi shows,” said Alec Chanin, president of KEF America. “We look forward to working with the team at Hear No Evil Home Entertainment to offer attendees to this years show a first look—and listen—to the revolutionary KEF Blade.”

KEF and the team at Hear No Evil Home Entertainment will demonstrate how KEF Blade’s Single Apparent Source technology ensures the entire frequency range radiates from one point in space, creating a sound picture that is virtually indistinguishable from a live performance. Attendees will see how KEF Blade is further enhanced by a glass-reinforced composite cabinet that matches the speaker’s high performance sound quality with elegant industrial design.

In addition to KEF Blade, the Rocky Mountain Audio Fest demo will feature KEF’s flagship Reference 207/2 and 201/2 loudspeakers, legendary for their clarity and precision.

KEF will hold its official KEF 50th Anniversary Book signing cocktail event on Friday, October 14 from 7-9 p.m. on the Atrium ground level of the Denver Marriott Tech Center. Hi-fi industry veteran Ken Kessler, author of the KEF 50th Anniversary Book, will provide attendees with personalized signed copies of individual books which will be on sale at the event. The elegant KEF 50th Anniversary Book documents the rich and unique history of KEF with great detail, including historic company and product images and information. The book will also be available for purchase on and through select KEF authorized retailers.

For more information on KEF, visit

About KEF

For 50 years, KEF has created technology that delivers the best listening experience for people who are passionate about natural sound. Founded on October 2, 1961 by Raymond Cooke O.B.E., KEF continues to maintain its flair for unusual and controversial speaker engineering, design and material use. KEF flourished during the 1960s, and in 1970 received the first of two Queen’s Awards for Export Achievement. Ten years of worldwide growth followed, solidifying KEF’s reputation as one of the international leaders in speaker engineering. The Gold Peak Group acquired KEF in 1992, backing KEF’s British heritage with new ideas, a new personality and new products, leveraging its deep R&D and global manufacturing capabilities, and building on the company’s core strengths in acoustics, design, distribution and quality. With the celebration of its 50th anniversary, KEF will continue to build on its strong heritage to define listening experiences for the next 50 years and beyond.

About KEF America, Inc.

KEF America, a division of KEF Audio, offers loyal North American audiophiles a line of innovative speakers and components unmatched in the industry for quality and innovation. Headquartered in Marlboro, New Jersey, KEF America shares the same guiding principles as its British counterpart: ground-breaking design, exceptional sound and an unshakeable commitment to excellence. For additional information about KEF and its award-winning products and unique technology, please visit

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