Summary: Picked up a pair from Amazon about a month ago, and have since played them regularly in music and movie playback. Following a hundred hours or more of playback, I think my ears have seasoned to KEF's sound to offer comment.The L/R bookshelves are mated with KEF Q600C, which itself is utterly...
Well constructed, wonderful audio, smart appearance bookshelf KEF's
12 November 2013
Summary: Smooth sound...crisp, clean highs. Decent midrange, above average bass. These need huge break-in time...probably 200 hours. Be very patient....these will last forever...just dont crank these up until after break-in period...200-300 hours.
Summary: These are replacements for my much-loved KEF 103.2's and cost $100 less than I paid for the old speakers in 1985. They're much better. They have that smooth, natural, slightly laid-back KEF sound (e.g. not in your face like Polks) but they reveal much more musical detail than the old speakers.
Compared to Paradigm Studio 20 and Rogers Sound Sound Lab CG4's
27 November 2012
Summary: I auditioned the Paradigm Studio 10's and 20's ($1400/pair) and the KEF Q300 ($629/pair) and the Rogers Sound Lab CG4's ($500/pair). I like the sound of the Paradigm 20's the most, but the KEF's have the best imaging hands down. Instruments appear in 3D space left, right and between the speakers.
Summary: Being a fanatic on sound and pro chef, i am particular of my sound, since a infant feels taste, use many good system i.e , Royd mistreal, Nakamichi Sound Space8, Bose901,Klipsch Rb 61 . upgrade recently to KEF Q300 with , gallo TR1 sub and Marantzs SR5005 receiver.
Summary: Good bass,mid and high frecvency and 3 d sound. I have tested with all kind of music. Can handle easy even a complex classic music. For me is the best in its price range. I have not had the chance to compare with other speakers,but I have owned a few. polk,Jbl ,axiom......
Summary: A few years ago I purchased a pair of Wharfedale Diamond 8.2 speakers based on a WhatHiFi review and was very pleased, especially at the clearance price of $150 a pair. As funds permitted I decided it was time for an upgrade and turned once again to WhatHiFi for guidance.
Summary: I haven't had these long enough to break in completely but I am very happy with them so far. I decided a couple months ago I need to upgrade my speakers. So I started with the Subwoofer and decided on a DefTech SC6000. The I got a DefTech center speaker.