KEF Q150 Bookshelf Speakers, A Review

Late last year as I began looking into a pair of passive bookshelf speakers for my turntable setup, I asked around enthusiast forums and reading a lot of reviews for different brands and models. After feeling rather overwhelmed due to the great array of choices, narrowed down my choices to the following: Chane A1.4, Klipsch RP-600M, and the KEF Q150. Honestly, I thought either of them would fit my requirements well and I’m fairly certain I would be just as happy with either of the other two choices. Even though I wasn’t planning on forking the money at the time, a Black Friday deal for the Q150 came up and it was too good to pass up and thus the deal was closed. At the time of writing I’ve listened to them roughly 200 hours in the last 30 days. Below are my impressions.

KEF Q150 Bookshelf Speakers

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