Summary: I recently purchased these speakers from Pauls TV. Once broken in they are amazingly transparent and create a very accurate sonic image. I find them to be very easy on the ears causing little fatigue even at high volume.
Summary: For this price you will not find a more pleasing speaker after a good 100 hour break in soundstage can even handle full orchestra & mid-range is superb in vocal tracks also bass with front firing port is very good only a slight hesitancy in high range but partnered with a good amp and some room to...
Summary: I'm not an audiophile but I do really enjoy these speakers. I think they have a real warmth to them especially with vocals but also for their size have good base performance as well. I purchased them to replace a 15 year old pair of KEF bookend speakers that had been damaged by one two many moves.
Compared to Paradigm Studio 20 and Rogers Sound Sound Lab CG4's
7 November 2011
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: I was looking for a pair of bookshelf speakers in the $500-700 range and narrowed my search down to the Monitor Audio Silver RX-1 and KEF Q300, which I found based on the review from "What? Hi Fi." I decided to take a chance on the KEF due to it's uni-Q driver, larger size, and weight.
Summary: The first thing I noticed about the new Q Series, opening the box, was that unlike KEF speakers I bought a few years ago the Q300s were not nicely wrapped in a cotton bag like a pair of expensive Italian shoes. I also noticed the wood used for this speaker is of lower quality compared to e.g.
Summary: Bought these to deal with a location issue in my livingroom about 6 months ago. Their imaging is absolutely first rate...honestly better than the very much more expensive and sizable DynaAudio towers they replaced and DCM's prior to those. They offer big sound in a small package.
Summary: Speakers are really excellent for that price, I did audition with different brand and found that this one is the best in that price range, for me it is better than B&W 685. The base is quite strong for that size bookshelf speaker.
Summary: After being fully broken in, it sounds warm, tonally correct and a bit distant in presentation. Purchased based on What Hi Fi giving 5 stars as seen on Kef website and limited online reviews found with favorable sentiment. Not hyper detailed, excellent sound stage and not fatiguing.
phenomenal speakers well worth an audition if you are looking to upgrade your system
Barlow, Richer Sounds
15 May 2015
Summary: I purchased my kef Q300's after listening to some tannoy's and a pair of dahli's. Although kef's were pricier they offered a more rounded response across the sonic range and produced a meatier bass reproduction with greater depth than the other speakers in the test.