KEF Q150 Bookshelf Speakers – Hands On Review


We all want great sound, but not all of us have the money to shell out for audiophile-grade speakers. That’s where KEF’s Q150 Bookshelf Speakers come in. A revamp of the original Q100, the Q150 delivery HiFi sound, that most music lovers can afford.

The centerpiece of the KEF Q150s are the Uni-Q Driver Array, which is borrowed KEF’s much more expensive Blaze speakers. What you’re given is a sound with a lot of body, resonance, and plenty of volume without distortion.

Just which sound signature you prefer depends on personal choice, but KEF’s latest addition to the Q-series, the Q150 offer high-grade sound, at a mid-range price.


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Long Hoang says:

Ugly speaker.

TheAgeOfAnalog says:

I’m sure these sound amazing, but they’re hideous. The cabinet finish is awful.

Matt hew says:

Hello ! Thank you for your video. Do you recommend this pair of KEF for JAZZ listening ? thanks a lot ! matthew

Carlito Melon says:

How do they sound on solid stands, those are obviously really wobbly? Finish is already looking distressed on lower edges. Would love to hear a pair…

Dribzz says:

really enjoy my q150. the sound they pack out for the size is awesome; i actually preferred the q150 over the q350!

tfw no u says:

traps are gay

Zimba's Doom Corner says:

wow…those are some ugly wires

AL3KS S3RB says:

1:10 yeah, so much for a “…rugged…” finish (look at the right-most vertical edge of the right speaker)

For the price, I’d expect a finish better than that of a 100$ offering from Polk Audio.. c’mon Kef!

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