KEF has announced the introduction of Spotify Connect to LS50 Wireless.

Now over 30 million Spotify songs can be streamed straight to LS50 Wireless. With Spotify Connect built into the LS50 Wireless, music lovers can stream Spotify’s entire library directly from the cloud.

Listeners can watch videos, play games, answer phone calls and more, all without causing pauses or interruptions to their music. Music will continue to play even as the listener leaves the room or goes out of range. Once LS50 Wireless and Spotify Connect are running, the Spotify app on the smart device becomes a dedicated Spotify remote control. Power demands are significantly reduced without the need to stream, keeping smart devices usable for longer. Users can activate this feature after a simple update of the speaker’s firmware and the KEF LS50 Wireless APP.

 

 

 

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