We all have our quests in this hobby. The amp that will make our systems sing, the turntable that brings life to our LP’s, or in my case, the speaker system that will unify my room in sonic glory. And it is interesting that as soon as we think we have completed our quest, it makes us realize, that it may just have created yet another quest! In my case it started with a pair of KEF 103.2’s that I bought as surround speakers. Once I heard that glorious mid-range and that crystal clear high end, I was hooked. It wasn’t long before I was researching the KEF line, absorbing all I could about this venerable brand. I had a pair of DCM TF-700’s pulling duty as the mains in my system and I thought it might be time to consider another speaker that would fill that role. The more I researched, the more I was drawn to the flagship of the line, the legendary Reference 107! As many know, the R107 as it became known, spent many years on Stereophile’s list of favorite speakers and they did a thorough review of the R107.1 here and the follow up on the R107.2 here. Well karma took over (as it did for Raynald in 2009) and I am now the proud maintainer of my quest… a pretty decent pair of KEF Reference 107’s. What follows are my thoughts, experiences and the continuation of my quest to restore these venerable giants to a condition that is as good or even better than when they were released in 1986! And just remember, the quest isn’t a destination, it is a journey. Enjoy yours!