Looking for a set of speakers that claims will “move the goalposts”? If you are, perhaps Q Acoustic’s upcoming offering, the Q7000 5.1 sound system could be the sound system that will achieve that, but do not expect it to come cheap.
The Q7000 5.1 system features four surround cabinets that measure only 24cm tall, combined with a dedicated centre speaker and subwoofer, this set up claims to be able to “move the goalposts”, or so Q Acoustic claims, but on top of its reported punch, the Q7000 5.1 is marketed as a stylish set of speakers, and based on the photo we have to agree that they are rather stylish with its black gloss finish. For those looking for a different color, the Q7000 is expected to feature a white gloss finish as well.
The satellite speakers are said to be full-ranged, packing a pair of 3” bass drivers and a 1” high-frequency tweeter into the aluminum frames, along with the subwoofer, which sees a 10” ultra-long throw bass driver integrated with a 250W amplifier.
If you’re not up for the speakers to be sat on a shelf or table, the Q7000 even features optional floorstands that also double up as wall or ceiling brackets. The Q7000 is expected to be made available for around £800 starting late September, while the floorstands will set you back another £125 per pair.
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