Have you heard the X300As (I haven't, genuine question)? What amp and speakers and USB DAC can you suggest that better them for £600? Thanks.
what LHC said.
Its a little disappointing kef don't give more connections. But maybe it would start taking some sales from their other products. Good on them for offering another option though.
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Also, are they too expensive.?
Drivers and other components can be pricey depending on spec.
I'd be sold on them if they had an optical connection, but I agree with Chebby, most people I know don't have a hifi and listen to almost all their music from their PC with some desktop speakers. It's how they watch a lot of their movies and TV shows too, so I'm probably the niche audience in wanting optical and other connection options.
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You are much more likely to find HDMI on a new laptop than optical. That's why I was delighted to find the B&W A7 offering optical + mini jack + USB + AirPlay and ethernet and built-in DAC + DSP settings. It is one of the only one-box systems (and the only true active one i think) that would have all the connectivity I need. I am still considering it as a possible option. (Though I don't want to lose the choice of CD and FM because they still work even if the internet went down and I like to have those fall-back options.)
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