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KEF Q7 - Left and Right Speakers


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#1 of 1 OFFLINE   THX 5150

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Posted December 27 2007 - 06:14 PM

I have a pair of KEF Q7 Speakers I would like to sell. I am asking $450 for the pair and paid over $1,0000 for them.

They are in excellent shape and have limited use. I hate to part with them but unforntunately due to a little downturn in my commissions I need to place them up for sale:

The stats are as follows:

Q7
The 3-way bass reflex Q7 is an unusually expansive performer - and no wonder. The 165mm (6 1/2") Uni-Q mid/HF driver array incorporates KEF's sophisticated new 19mm (3/4") metal dome tweeter (Ferrofluid-cooled for improved power handling), so midrange is silken and vocals outstandingly pure. With the diaphragm area of a conventional 200mm (8") cone, KEF's unique B169 'racetrack' format LF driver delivers terrific bass for such a slim cabinet. Computer-designed crossovers optimise sound quality, and KEF's internal bracing eliminates the box resonances that often affect tall full size speakers. The result is clean, sweet and devastatingly accurate sound quality.


Q7 Specifications
Design 3 way bass reflex
Drive units LF: 228 x 152 mm (9" x 6 ") Racetrack woofer
MF: 165 mm (61/2”) Uni-Q® with
HF: 19 mm (3/4") aluminium dome
Frequency response at 15°
horizontally off axis ±3 dB 35 Hz - 27 kHz
Crossover frequency 120 Hz - 27 kHz
Amplifier requirements 15 - 175 W
Sensitivity (2.83V/1m) 91 dB
Maximum output 113 dB
Impedance 8 Ohms
Magnetic shielding Yes
Weight 17 kg (37.4 lbs)
Dimensions
(H x W x D) 950 x 260 x 350 mm
37.4 x 10.2 x 13.7 in.
Finish Maple
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