The LS60 Wireless is available for pre-order right now, and should ship by the end of May 2022. The price for the pair is $7,000.
Fans of the LS50 II Wireless series will feel right at home with the LS60 Wireless. It's an elegant looking larger sibling with nearly identical technology embedded. One thing to note with loudspeakers is physics. The laws of physics can't be set aside for a neat project. Getting more bass from a speaker requires a larger size, unless one is making headphones to be placed centimeters from eardrums. The LS50 had to be maximized into the LS60 Wireless, to squeeze more out of the platform.
The digital part of the LS60 Wireless is very close to the LS50. The same input platform is used (my guess is StreamUnlimited card) and the same reasonable restrictions are in place. A wired Ethernet connection between the speakers enables up through 24/192 playback, while a wireless connection is good up through 24/96. The speakers support receiving 24/384 and DSD, but this will be not be played natively.
Given that these speakers have internal digital signal processing (KEF calls its DSP suite the Music Integrity Engine), the input of anything above 24/96, or even DSD, is likely going to be downconverter anyway for processing. Not a big deal at all because the benefit of this DSP will greatly outweigh any real or perceived benefit of the higher resolution music.
The amplification appears to be a very nice combination of Class AB and Class D. Each loudspeakers contains dedicated amps for high, medium and low frequencies.
The LS60 is manufactured in China at KEF's Tier One, wholly designed, owned, and operated manufacturing facility.
Enough rambling about a speaker I look forward to hearing next week in Munich. Here are the details straight from KEF.