KEF XQ20 Bookshelf Speakers

KEF XQ20 Bookshelf Speakers 


KEFs swanky speakers are like sculptures #32#32 the curves of this gloss black bookshelf pair will remind you of a classic car or a vintage piece of furniture. And the looks are just part of the package. The new hybrid titanium Uni-Q driver array and improved cross-over prove that KEF is always reaching for the heights of sophistication with both sound and style. Product Features: Magnetic Shielding: Magnetically Shielded; Speakers Function: Main / Stereo; Connectivity: Cable; Peak Power Handling: 120 Watt; Frequency Reponse: 52 Hz - 55 kHz; Impedance: 8 ohm; Sensitivity: 88 dB; Woofer Size: 6.5; Woofer Material: Metal; Tweeter Size: 0.75; Terminal: Binding Post; Mounting: Bookshelf; Cabinet Finish: Wooden; Depth: 11.88 in.; Height: 15.15 in.; Width: 9.09 in.; Weight: 20.2 lb.


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[May 06, 2020]


Incredible detail in the Mids and Highs with easy positioning due to the way UniQ speaker disperses the sound - With decent power driven through them, the bass comes alive - I own the Khaya Mahogany finish speakers and they look absolutely beautiful. Definitely not your typical boxy stand-mount / bookshelf speakers - They look & sound a lot more expensive than the ticket price (definitely B&W 805 competition) - I have driven mine with Naim NAP200, Arcam A90, NAD D7050, Rotel RMB-1070 & Pioneer Home Cinema Amps, but in the end I settled for Arcam P1s as they just make these speakers sing!


They are on the larger side for bookshelf speakers so stand mounting them might be a better choice - They don't pair with bright sounding components well as it would make the high-ends very brittle

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