Q Acoustics 2010i Compact Bookshelf Speakers (Graphite) - £79.95 @ Amazon, Dispatched from and sold by Richer Sounds
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Q Acoustics 2010i Compact Bookshelf Speakers (Graphite) - £79.95 @ Amazon, Dispatched from and sold by Richer Sounds

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Found 31st May 2016
Multi award-winning Q Acoustics 2010i speakers, 5 Year Warranty
Enclosure type - 2-way reflex, Bass Unit - 100m, Treble Unit - 25mm
Frequency Response - 68Hz - 22kHz, Nominal Impedance - 6ohm, Minimum Impedance - 4ohm
Sensitivity - 86dB, Recommended Power - 15 - 75w, Crossover Frequency - 2.8kHz
Dimensions H/D/W mm - 234.5 x 203 x 150, Weight - 3.5kg

This ultra compact bookshelf speaker sets new standards for sonic performance in its class. Boasting class leading distortion levels, it is suitable for both hi-fi music and home cinema use and is an ideal match with the 2000Ci centre speaker and 2070Si subwoofer.
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Amusing how HUKD works sometimes, the same deal direct from Richer Sounds with a 6 year warranty posted a couple of hours ago has no where near this heat.

Amusing how HUKD works sometimes, the same deal direct from Richer Sounds … Amusing how HUKD works sometimes, the same deal direct from Richer Sounds with a 6 year warranty posted a couple of hours ago has no where near this heat.


Agreed HUKD sometimes moves in mysterious and stupid ways but it's probably as people know and trust amazon more as a company and get vouchers and people are just quicker on the hot button when they see a camelcamelcamel lowest price.
Still sold and sent by Richer Sounds though!

Still sold and sent by Richer Sounds though!



good point but people see "amazon" in the title and click hot!
It's getting hotter!


Still sold and sent by Richer Sounds though!

Still sold and sent by Richer Sounds though!



Nothing wrong with Richer Sounds. Good company - easy returns/ refunds.
Flubit gave me £69.98 but i'm assuming no 5 year warranty so best off paying the extra.
captainbeaky

Nothing wrong with Richer Sounds. Good company - easy returns/ refunds.



​bought from them, not had a problem with any of it.
just want to point out nobody at any point has said richer sounds is a bad company, very sweet of you to jump to their defence though.
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Amusing how HUKD works sometimes, the same deal direct from Richer Sounds … Amusing how HUKD works sometimes, the same deal direct from Richer Sounds with a 6 year warranty posted a couple of hours ago has no where near this heat.


The Richer Sounds one was posted 10 minutes after mine. That's the only reason it didn't get more heat...

The Richer Sounds one was posted 10 minutes after mine. That's the only … The Richer Sounds one was posted 10 minutes after mine. That's the only reason it didn't get more heat...



But it's still the better deal...
If you want a better deal, Richersounds have a 6 year guarantee -

hotukdeals.com/dea…695
Don't think you need a multi-year warranty on a pair of speakers? There's very little to go wrong if you don't abuse them.
Will the lepy power these?

Are they any good?

Don't think you need a multi-year warranty on a pair of speakers? There's … Don't think you need a multi-year warranty on a pair of speakers? There's very little to go wrong if you don't abuse them.



I agree on that. Tell the kids to stop poking their fingers or it will explode.X)

Don't think you need a multi-year warranty on a pair of speakers? There's … Don't think you need a multi-year warranty on a pair of speakers? There's very little to go wrong if you don't abuse them.



Well it's not like you can get these speakers without it so your point is kind of pointless. Also it's better in this situation to have and not need rather than need and not have.
Anyway... Back to the speakers.... They're awesome... Although I've got the even better 3000 series surround sound system...

Don't think you need a multi-year warranty on a pair of speakers? There's … Don't think you need a multi-year warranty on a pair of speakers? There's very little to go wrong if you don't abuse them.


It's pretty much pointless because Q Acoustics gives 5 years warranty on them.
Factory faulty not-active speakers dies in the first week or so. Never after that.

BTW great speakers once paired with subwoofer (like all of the small bookshelf's) but however is after them please have a look on a High Gloss White ones.
You going to fell in love with quality of their finish.
any good with TV?

any good with TV?


If you buy an amp, yes of course.
Tempting... for front part of my surround... to replace my ageing front standing sony speakers! (10 years old!). Not sure how they compare... time to research.
Edited by: "Babbler" 1st Jun 2016
"Frequency Response - 68Hz - 22kHz"

Does this mean you can't hear below 68Hz from these speakers?

"Frequency Response - 68Hz - 22kHz"Does this mean you can't hear below … "Frequency Response - 68Hz - 22kHz"Does this mean you can't hear below 68Hz from these speakers?



Yes, why would you want to?
Is it worth getting these to replace FL and FR on a 5.1 home theatre system?


It'll probably roll off from there. It's not a brick wall.

"Frequency Response - 68Hz - 22kHz"Does this mean you can't hear below … "Frequency Response - 68Hz - 22kHz"Does this mean you can't hear below 68Hz from these speakers?

"Frequency Response - 68Hz - 22kHz"Does this mean you can't hear below … "Frequency Response - 68Hz - 22kHz"Does this mean you can't hear below 68Hz from these speakers?



More bass
I got a pair of these a few months back - lovely quality, and not bad bass response for their size. Play everything from metal to classical music and they handle it all really well - just don't expect super bass heavy sound - but what there is there, is nice and tightly handled. (I have them paired with a cheap stereo amp, as opposed to a cheap 5.1 amp).

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For one horrible moment there I thought that was the frequency response.

Will the lepy power these?Are they any good?



They're only rated 86db so not your best choice. They will of course work, but your amp would run out of steam very quickly.
Edited by: "Some_Geezer" 1st Jun 2016

It's pretty much pointless because Q Acoustics gives 5 years warranty on … It's pretty much pointless because Q Acoustics gives 5 years warranty on them.Factory faulty not-active speakers dies in the first week or so. Never after that.



Yeah true that. A rare exception would be a coil burning out but that's more likely due to user error. Driver rot doesn't usually kick in till 15+ years.

"Frequency Response - 68Hz - 22kHz"Does this mean you can't hear below … "Frequency Response - 68Hz - 22kHz"Does this mean you can't hear below 68Hz from these speakers?



Negligible bass below that frequency. It's a bit high for my liking they will sound quite thin. You might place them close to a wall for bass reinforcement, but they are always going to sound weedy.

Tons of bargains on the second hand market!
Can anyone tell me if these would compliment a basic vinyl record player? Thanks

Negligible bass below that frequency. It's a bit high for my liking they … Negligible bass below that frequency. It's a bit high for my liking they will sound quite thin. You might place them close to a wall for bass reinforcement, but they are always going to sound weedy.Tons of bargains on the second hand market!



Thin is a smartphone speaker. They sound far from thin.
Guys I have those for years now. They are lovely.

Thin is a smartphone speaker. They sound far from thin.



68Hz bottom end .. they cannot sound anything BUT thin, just like every other bookshelf speaker which rolls off around this frequency. Most of the impact of a bass drum falls below this range. They might sound lovely, but OF COURSE they will be thin !! I'm not comparing the sound to a mobile phone speaker.. that's crazy talk.

68Hz bottom end .. they cannot sound anything BUT thin, just like every … 68Hz bottom end .. they cannot sound anything BUT thin, just like every other bookshelf speaker which rolls off around this frequency. Most of the impact of a bass drum falls below this range. They might sound lovely, but OF COURSE they will be thin !! I'm not comparing the sound to a mobile phone speaker.. that's crazy talk.



Mind you, the bass will roll off around that point, it doesn't just stop at 68Hz. Plenty of room for drum kicks to sound punchy and good. I've heard these. I didn't have complains about lack of bass. If you want sub bass then obviously, search elsewhere.
Edited by: "rev6" 1st Jun 2016
These or audioengine A2+ I'm just after a great set for my PC gaming room. Would really appreciate someone's sound advice
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