Great looking speakers. Have owned in the past and was sad to see you can no longer bi-amp them like the older ones but these still sound amazing. The center image is flawless with the Uni-q drivers and they honesty have nice smooth bass even though it only has one woofer. Excellent sound quality
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Great speakers but I am not a huge audiophile, just an average listener. They were exceptionally well packed for shipment. The feet were easy to assemble. Replaced an older set of ADS L570's. I Highly recommend Crutchfield.
Pros: Well made and solid. Fit and finish perfect. Sound great. The spike feet are really aggressive.
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I'm very pleased with the Q750's. They are detailed yet warm at the same time. Good, accurate bass for the size, and a beautiful soundstage with a wide sweet spot. It's amazing what you can get for under $2000. And Crutchfield delivered as promised. I couldn't be happier with the purchase.
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Got q750 to replace old b&w 601 bookshelf speakers, huge up grade, very happy with the results. Intended to go to a local stereo shop to listen to some options, an appointment was required due to the 19. Called crutchfield, nice gent on the phone talked me thru the purchase, easy and done. Renewed my interest in the hifi hobby, thank you.
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These are beautiful speakers no doubt. Others have identified them as having a "sound loss" due to the cabinet. I cannot say whether or not that is what I have experienced but to me these speakers lack energy for lack of better terms. The lows are there but not impressive, the mids are okay but not exceptional. When it comes to highs these speakers shine... But the highs and the looks are all that they have going for them in my opinion.
Pros: Looks Highs
Cons: Bass Mids Lifelike Sound
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I was looking for a speaker that would be better for music than my Klipsch RF62II which were OK but were pretty harsh at higher listening levels but could still perform well for HT. I was undecided until these went on sale. For the price I'm very pleased with them. They have all the detail of the Klipsch without getting harsh at high volumes. They have better mid range clarity and a deeper and wider soundstage. Imaging is slightly improved as well. The bass is good and is sufficient to use with music without a subwoofer. They don't go quite as low as the RF62II but given the disparity of the cabinet size and tuning it was to be expected. For HT they can play very loud without distortion and are dynamic enough to handle action movies. With a subwoofer in the mix they can play at reference level without issue.
Pros: Nice clear mid range. Plenty of detail in the highs without getting harsh. The outriggers are very well made.
Cons: Bass could be a little deeper.
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Design is beautiful. Fills the whole room with even sound. Just love looking at them and already happy to own them for the next couple years.
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Works as expected but there is a minor sound loss due to the design of tower
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The kef 750 speakers are one of the best speakers in there price range. The clarity that you get in both highs and lows and mid range is awesome. The build quality is excellent.
Pros: Build quality Clarity and range
Cons: Grilles have to be bought separately
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I have auditioned a number of very impressive floorstanding tower speakers over the years, from B&W to Martin Logan and though I would not say that these KEF Q750's are in any stretch of the imagination superior to some of the top tier models those manufacturers have released, I will say the these incredible little speakers perform many of the same feats by simply disappearing when electrical current is applied to them. The reproduction of studio-quality sound is astounding! These speakers, as a reviewer I read recently so aptly stated are one of the most transparent speakers I have ever heard, mirroring the kind of audible reproduction I had the pleasure of hearing from the $20,000/pair Martin Logan Prodigy electrostatic monolith's. I cannot recommend these incredible speakers enough. You will not find a better pair of speakers for the money. PERIOD!
Pros: Compact, sleek, sexy, incredible audio reproduction, zero noise, stunning bass output for their size, amazingly transparent
Cons: I couldn't afford 7 more for my 9.2 Atmos system. ;)
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