Kef IQ30 reviews
Customer reviews of Kef IQ30Most helpful reviews
Steve, The First Garden City Middle England Nearly 40
- Good points:
- Look lovely and have a better fuller sound than the iQ5SE's they replaced.
- Bad points:
|Ease of use||9.0|
|Value for money||8.0|
Confirmed purchase: 01 Jun 2009
The iQ30 is an incredibly versatile music or home entertainment speaker with a seductive lightness of touch. With the same curved cabinet design minimising internal reflections, it has a lyricism and depth not normally associated with bookshelf speakers. It delivers an excellent dynamic expression with a bass response that is deep and expansive.
The latest generation 165mm (6.5in.) Uni-Q® array and new ‘tangerine’ waveguide gives a dispersion that is characteristically consistent, so you enjoy the same extraordinary illusion of presence wherever you sit. It’s like re-experiencing your favourite tracks or movies for the very first time. As easy to position as they are to drive, the new iQ bookshelf models are magnetically shielded like the rest of the range.
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