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Product information

Weight
4.6 kg
Signal separation
2-way
Type of box body
Bass reflex
Tweeter drivers, type
Ring Radiator
Power (peak/max)
75 W
Power (RMS)

General

Midrange driver
No
Signal separation
2-way
THX
No
Tweeter drivers, size
1 inches
Tweeter drivers, type
Ring Radiator
Tweeters, quantity
1 pc
Type of box body
Bass reflex
Woofer driver, materials
Cardboard / Kevlar
Woofer driver, size
5 inches
Woofer drivers, quantity
1 pc

Connectors

Other connectors
Speaker connectors (type)
Screw / banana
Type of connection
Single-wire

Design

Available colours
Black, White, Grey, Walnut

Dimensions

Dimensions (WxHxD)
Depth
226 mm
Height
260 mm
Width
170 mm
Weight
4.6 kg

Features

Features

Communication

Wireless connection
None

Compatibility

Streaming standards

Audio features

Built-in amplifier
No
Frequency range (-3dB)
64 - 22000 Hz
Frequency range (-6dB)
64 Hz
Impedance
4 - 6 Ω
Power (peak/max)
75 W
Power (RMS)
Sensitivity
88 dB

Miscellaneous

Release year
2015

Links

Reviews

3.8 of 5 stars

Based on 1 review

nkl
2016-05-21
Affordable speakers that I recommend. I'm very happy with these speakers after just one week. Drive them to the music and film / television in a 2.1 system and it is really great! Playing very melodious and can play loud with good but still pleasant pressure in all registers except the base of the lower frequencies. I like the deep bass without a sub so I had not appreciated the system nearly as much but it is of course a matter of taste. The subwoofer is oversized for the system so it runs on low volume. Have the system in the living room which is approx 30m2 + that it is open to the hallway and kitchen. I think it would work very well in a much larger room. Then I have them very close to the wall I run with them in the accompanying basportspluggarna. Great choice from including these, Boston Acoustics A26 (went away because they are so ugly), Wharfedale, Monitor Audio Bronze and Dali. I am pleased that I chose Q Acoustics. My opinion is that it might not be the obvious choice in Sweden, but I think the Q Acoustics can get more and more here. + Sound - they play very dynamic, soft yet clear bitigt without on that account be sharp. Very nice treble and midrange. Appearance - beautiful and relatively unobtrusive speakers. Colors - good selection of colors, unlike many other speakers who go away because they are so ugly. I drove at American Walnut. Size - beautiful and very sound from a relatively small drawers, drawer depth has less than 2020, which is good since they are quite deep and still have the same housing volume. Structural Engineering - feels very solid. Nice to get good rubber feet also. - Sonically, I think it lacks some of the base. I try to avoid tinkering with the audio through the amplifier, and you do not do it then it is a weak base in my ears, and the play is not deep enough for my taste. Have read that it was one of the advantages of 3020 that works well without a sub, and has much better and deeper bass than 3010 (although according spec is not any significant difference in how deep bass playing). Structural Engineering - That said they feel very solid, however, sees the finish somewhat artificial b and if you look closely. Think it has to do with that they have put into small "scratches" in the finish to make it look more woody out which have the opposite effect. Applies only likely walnut, the other I can not comment on. Other The speakers praised the What Hi-Fi and became award winners Wht Hi-Fi's 2015 budget class where you can learn more. 3020 is the big brother of the smaller 3010 version of the 3000 series. The box is larger, the basic element is larger while the tweeter is the same. 3000 series, in turn, is more or less than the upgrading and improvement of the popular 2000 series, which, if I understand correctly will disappear and completely replaced by the 3000 series. The 3000 series has thicker materials in their boxes, improved material of the base elements and improved crossovers with new components. A new improved tweeter replaces the old.