Configure Q750 Floorstanding Speaker
Q750 Floorstanding Speaker
Mid-sized two-and-a-half-way floorstander
With a Uni-Q mid and treble backed up by a bass driver and two ABRs the Q750 is built to deliver total musical enjoyment.
Pairing the KEF signature Uni-Q driver array with a 165mm (6.5 inch) aluminium bass driver and two matching ABRs, the Q750 delivers astonishing sound quality.
Priced as a SINGLE speaker, please add two to your cart.
Magnetic grilles sold separately.
A new cone structure improves midrange clarity and an enhanced Auxiliary Bass Radiator (ABR) with a new surround and rear suspension enhances bass quality.
The DNA of Audio RefinementI worked around aircraft for many years and have a constant ringing in my ears around 1.5 – 2 kHz. Speakers greater than $2K each quality would be beyond my ability to appreciate. The Q750 quality exceeds their price point.
My application of the Q750 are 2-ch music only and the lack of a bass reflex port made them perfect in my 10 x 10 open concept room (3 walls only). My source is a Pioneer Elite PD-65 CD Player using its internal DAC connected analog to my Pioneer Elite M-72 Power Amp (some would consider the CD player and amp vintage).
I was not able to hear the KEF Q750 in my listening space or at the reseller. I relied on reviews and specifications to make my purchase decision. Fortunately, the reviews (which weren’t many) was accurate, they are perfect for my listening space and the music I love.
I listen to two genres of music, Jazz and Smooth Jazz, but a variety of categories from brass to vocals to bass guitar. I listened to a Harry Connick Jr piece that had the big band accompaniment, lots of trumpets and trombones and they were bright not brittle! Vocals and midrange are spot on. The sound stage is perfect. The low end is crisp and fast. There is a caveat here, in Jazz most of the Instruments lowest frequency is 40 Hz and the Q750 does very well reproducing the bass violin. Of course, Jazz Organist can reach the bottom of the frequency range with foot pedals at 12 Hz and the KEF Q750 won’t replay that. So, if you’re going to listen to a pipe organ or place the KEF Q750 in a movie environment, you’ll need subwoofers to get the lowest frequencies and the thump of a car explosion.
I know that there aren’t many stereo listeners anymore, but if you have a dedicated music listening space that is small and you are trying to decide on bookshelves with a sub or small floor standers, get the KEF Q750! I think the Q750 are more genetically related to the R-Series and Reference Line than either the Q950 or Q550 because of the UNI-Q and LF drivers’ similarities! You won’t be disappointed with a pair of the KEF Q750!!!
Incredibly balanced/neutral & very high resolutionIncredibly balanced/neutral & very high resolution
Bass is tight and punchy, mids are neutral and the highs/resolution is exceptionally good for a speaker at this price-point! Example, when listening to John Mayers - Gravity live (where the light is) you can hear the 60hz cycle noise from the lights/equipment/amps etc on stage as if he was playing 6 feet in front of you. With other speakers/headphones you may pickup a fraction of this detail in the song but nowhere clear as the Q750's.
Massive sound-stage and pinpoint imaging. They throw an amazing holographic/3d sound-stage, sometimes it feels like i left my surround sound on when i'm playing 2.0 channels. (placement is crucial here though)
They really love/shine with quality power (150w +) but they do an adequate job with 80w as long as you're not pushing the volume. The more/quality power you feed the better it gets with Q750's.
Extreme basshead's may want to look at the Q950's but "audiophiles types" will be very contented with the Q750's bass output. I love deep/punchy/clean bass but i wouldn't consider myself a "bass-head" and the Q750 makes me smile!
This is the most balanced/neutral speaker i have ever listened to and i mean that in a positive way. The Q750 won't add color to your sound and are true to the recording.
overall i'm 100% satisfied with these and can't wait to add a couple mono-block amplifiers behind them!
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|Model||Q750 Floorstanding Speaker|
|Design||Two and a half-way bass reflex|
|Drive Units||165mm (6.5in.) aluminium Uni-Q
25mm (1in.)vented aluminium dome HF
165mm (6.5in.) aluminium LF
2 x 165mm (6.5in.)aluminium ABR
|Frequency Range Free Field (-6dB)||42Hz|
|Frequency Response (±3dB)||48Hz-28kHz|
|Nominal Impedance||8Ω (min.3.8Ω)|
|Weight||16.5kg (36.4 lbs)|
|Dimension (H X W X D)||923mm (36.33 inches) x 210mm (8.26 inches) x 306mm (12.04 inches)|
|Dimension (H X W X D) *with Plynths||977mm (38.46 inches) x 323mm (12.71 inches) x 310mm (12.20 inches)|
** KEF reserves the right, in line with continuing research and development, to amend or change specifications. E&OE. **
|Q750 Floorstanding Loudspeaker - Review and Reviewer's Choice Award Soundstage Access|
|"KEF’s Q750 is a superb loudspeaker. It’s one of the most neutral transducers I’ve ever heard, and for the money offers staggeringly transparent sound. I fed it a steady diet of male and female singer-songwriters, and was always satisfied with the authenticity of what I heard. It’s not exactly a looker, but it’s well engineered, and sounds far more expensive than its price suggests. If I had $1500 to spend on speakers, this is what I’d buy. I’m not sure I can pay KEF’s Q750 a higher compliment.”|
|Magazine / Issuing Body: SoundstageAccess.com|
|Country of Publication: Canada|
|Product: KEF Q750 Floorstanding Loudspeaker|