Summary: # Overview Someone from the thread upgraded his Audio Engine P4 to those Q100, I took the same path. Bottom line: this is ay and night in my office room. I pair the speakers with a Denon DRA-N5 (see here: http://amzn.com/B0090I9VQW) I bought a year and half ago.
Summary: These speakers are small but WOW, what beautiful sound. I use them as the side surround in a 7.1 system. The rest of the speakers are the kef t105 surround system driven by a denon receiver. These speakers blend beautifully into a system that's the best I've heard and it's in my livingroom.
Summary: Exceptionally big and Pure Sound for Bookshelf Speakers These are not party speakers - and perhaps no bookshelf speakers can be. But for close to monitor-grade clean and pure sound, these bookshelves adequately meet the bill at this price point.
Summary: Love my speakers, impressive sound for just a small speaker, clear miss so beautiful it just makes me want to stay listening to them, treble is really good too bass not that much but a balanced sound, I would buy another pair of this little ones
Summary: I've had these a few months and I have to say they are excellent. They are incredibly detailed with a very flat frequency response... Basically they are KEF's entry to their UNI-Q driver... And with these you are paying mostly for the driver. The finish looks like vinyl, but it's fine.
Summary: 2013 KEF Q100 Review A well-engineered speaker that presents a mixed bag, depending on your expectations. Firstly, these speakers require A LOT of warming in, a good 3 months of listening time was my experience before I felt they began to show their true capability. I found this out...
Summary: Great sounding bookshelf speakers with stunning imaging and soundstage. Sound a lot larger than their cabinet size would suggest. A subwoofer is recommended although the speakers alone have a solid low end. Very high quality construction with bi-amp bi-wire hookup options.
Summary: In a small room for easy listening, you could not do better. Great, crisp imaging of the music. My room is 12 x20, and I listen to rock a lot, so I have a Definitive Technology sub-woofer to enhance the base.