KEF has announced the KHT8002 Soundbar, which joins the rest of the company's KHT series of home theatre sound solutions. The company says that it's designed to match the design of modern HDTVs.

The main bit of the package is the bar itself - the HTF2003 - which contains nine speakers - three KEF Uni-Q drivers that contain a 75mm and 15mm mid-range and tweeter, three 75-mm woofers and three 75mm auxiliary bass radiators that pump out bassier frequencies. It's sized to match a 42-inch or greater television, and has a wall mount bracket and table stand, so you can pick either option.

The HTS7001 satellite surround speakers bring up the rear - containing dual 50mm woofers and 19mm high-frequency drivers. They can either be placed on a tabletop or mounted on a wall. Finally, everything is underpinned by a 200W KUBE-2 subwoofer, which contains a side-firing 250mm auxiliary bass radiator.

The whole package will cost you £1100 and will be available in October.