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Q Acoustics 3050 Floorstanding Speakers (Gloss White)

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Unfortunately we have run out of Walnut.

But don't worry! You can still get them in Graphite

 

Visually striking in beautiful finishes, the perfectly proportioned 3050 is the flagship of the new 3000 Series. Improved twin 165mm Aramid Fibre/Paper cone drivers deliver exceptional bass extension and midrange openness, whilst the new '2 in 1', Concentric Ring Dome tweeter adds astonishingly clear and smooth high frequencies. Performance is further enhanced, both sonically and aesthetically, by its integral steel 'outrigger' plinth with floor spikes.

 

The flagship 3050 is the perfect loudspeaker for larger rooms. It boasts the ultra-low levels of distortion, typically found of speakers costing three or four times its price. Not surprisingly, as a result it delivers truly unrivalled sound quality and value.

 

Speaker Specifications

  • Enclosure type: 2-way reflex
  • Bass Unit: 2 x 165mm
  • Treble Unit: 25mm
  • Frequency Response: 44Hz - 22kHz
  • Nominal Impedance: 6ohm
  • Sensitivity: 92dB
  • Recommended Power: 25 - 100w
  • Crossover Frequency: 2.6kHz
  • Dimensions H/D/W mm: 1000 x 298 x 200
  • Weight: 17.8kg
  • Warranty: 5 Years

 

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Q Acoustics 3000 Series Print Friendly Brochure, (.pdf Format; 1469Kb)
Q Acoustics 3000 Series Brochure

 

 

 

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