Bigger dog, louder bark – It's KEF's new KC92 subwoofer [£2'499] whose nomenclature indicates dual force-cancelling 9" woofers which run off dual 500W class D amplifier under DSP oversight and come in gloss black or white and can take the optional KW1 wireless module. What's more, the company also rolled out its new Kube MIE line of sealed subs with single front-firing woofers sized from 8" [£599] to 15" [£1'149] with pit stops at 10" [£749] and 12" [£849]. Get yer rumble on? Subwoofers aren't just for movie mayhem. It's why KEF have complex DSP and automated boundary EQ settings to insure low distortion and linearity in a variety of setups. It's why the KC92 even features a selectable high pass to filter the speakers for best frequency integration. What its bigger enclosure doesn't need is the sleeved Uni-Core voice coils of the KC62 so these woofer magnets can classically butt up against each as shown.