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KEF Reference 203

KEF Reference 203
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7 reviews

Apr, 2014

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KEF Reference 203 - (Floorstanding Speakers)

 

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KEF Reference 203

 

I am reviewing the New reference !!!!!!! Mark 2 They cost £3200 odd. These, kef's have alot to live up to, and by god they do. I have been a B&W fan for aslong as I can remember, but as I am getting used to better quality hifi, KEF have really made...

Image, midrange, deep pure bass, easilly adjusted spikes

Crappy visable binding posts, sharp midrange, need alot of power and a big big room

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KEF Reference 203

 

WOW I was totally blown away, when I hooked these up to my ADCOM 5500 amp the speaker is just music great looks and music. So rich and detailed, I was constantly swapping my CD collection to see how every song I love sounds. I paid a total of $3150...

Great KEF imaging, definitely better than the 104/2 that I have also, I don't know if it is much luder than 104/2 but I am aftraid to run 104/2 at full Adcom volume because the replacements are hard to come by. The bass seems tighter too but not that...

Speaker so perferct I have to keep my kids away from listening room. I just wish they were kid proof since I spend lots of my time with kids (is that even a valid request) maybe I'll put a 6 foot fence around my audio equipment this way I could enjoy...

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KEF Reference 203

 

Pros: The Kef 203 is unsurpassed. The British can be proud.Cons: I sometimes get a ringing in my ears after listening to hi-pitched material.I replaced my Polk surround sound speakers with: Kef 203 reference mains, Kef q2ds surrounds, Kef KHT-9000...

mid and upper frequencies are clean and tight with no color

none

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KEF Reference 203

 

Bought these babies at a local dealer after an extended cross-check between various B&W's, HGP ("Mandola" - horrible!), Dynaudio (Contour 3.3), Sonus Faber, Martin Logan, and two different KEF's (201 and 203). In the end, I bought the KEFS - all four...

Wonderfully, effortlessly "natural" and warm presentation of different kinds of music, impressive soundstage, great detail; very appealing design and built (especially in cherry). Can hold their own against the very best of speakers on the market

Not the kind of speaker you would choose for heavy metal, techno etc. And it would be a waste, too. ;-)

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KEF Reference 203

 

I have had this speaker for more than one year now so I know this speaker quite well.This is a speaker with a natural and even tonal balance.It requires a good matching of the surrounding equipment as this is a very transparent speaker and the sound...

Extremely good build quality. Nice looking speaker. Transparent, neutral, good focus and sound staging

A little lack of punch and drive

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