Posted on 26th February, 2017


Kii Audio of Germany is a forward thinking, next generation 'HiFi' company. Their Kii Three active loudspeaker system has been impressing punters at shows around the world, and now it's Australia's turn.

Australian distributor Pure Music Group will hold a launch event at the Sonic Purity showroom in Moorabbin on March 9th at 7pm.

On demo will be the exciting new KiiTHREE active loudspeakers together with the just released KiiCONTROL user interface. This fully integrated compact system delivers audiophile quality sound in a room friendly package.

Each speaker has 6 x N-Core amplifiers directly powering each speaker driver, plus a DAC, ADC, DSP and manual adjustments.

They come in a wide range of standard and custom finishes to suit any decor.

You only need to add your digital and/or analogue source and you have a fully functioning system.

According to local representative and event organiser, Warwick Freemantle:

The system is extremely cost effective as you will need to spend 2-3 times the price of the price of the KiiTHREE to achieve similar sound quality using separate components. Special prices will be available to visitors on the night.

Tea, coffee and nibbles will be provided on the night, and spots are limited. You will need to call or email Sonic Purity to book your spot.

For more information on Kii Audio visit their brand page, or for Sonic Purity's contact information visit their Retailer Page.

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Marc Rushton

StereoNET’s Founder & Publisher and still buried deep in the review room auditioning everything from docks to soundbars, amplifiers and headphones. Marc is also the founder of the annual International HiFi Show.

Posted in: Hi-Fi
Tags: sonic purity  pure music group  kii audio 

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