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KEF Classic iQ30


$600.00 Released April, 2005

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Beautiful wood-grain finish, compliment any decor. Balanced sound throughout the frequency range, show no bias. Capable of fairly loud output if powered properly.

The Cons:Audiophiles may not be happy with them until after the break-in period, need to take the time to work them in.

The KEF Classic iQ30 is a basic bookshelf speaker designed for music and home theater use. This is a full-sized version of the KEF Classic iQ10, with larger 6.5 inch Uni-Q drivers and a larger cabinet design.

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This allows the frequency response range to be expanded in the lower range, now from 45Hz to 40kHz. The larger driver also allows up to 120 watts of power from an amplifier, and can output up to 110 decibels of sound. A number of finishes are available for the cabinet exterior, and a curved design adds visual appeal.

Features

  • Two-way bass reflex
  • Drive Units: 165mm (6.5 in) Uni-Q, 19mm (0.75in) aluminium dome HF
  • Crossover Frequencies: 2.5kHz
  • Sensitivity (2.83V/1m): 89dB
  • Maximum Output: 110dB
  • Input Impedance: 8 Ohms
  • Amplifier Requirements: 15-120W
  • Magnetic Shielding
  • Frequency Range: 45Hz - 40KHz
  • Weight: 6.45kg (14.2lbs)
  • Dimensions (H x W x D): 365 x 220 x 327 mm (14.4 x 8.7 x 12.9 in)
  • Finishes: Black Ash, Dark Apple, American Walnut

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    beautiful wood-grain finish, compliment any decor

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    balanced sound throughout the frequency range, show no bias

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    capable of fairly loud output if powered properly

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    enough bass range to listen to music without needing a separate subwoofer

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    reasonably compact design, will fit on a shelf without being too tight up there

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    front-ported design allows it to be backed against a wall, gives you a few more setup options

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    sound warms up and gains better detail as they are broken in

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    audiophiles may not be happy with them until after the break-in period, need to take the time to work them in

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