I've just got the T301c for my centre channel, its a very nice unit, well made, shame it sounds like it looks, a bit thin. It looks the nuts though on the wall. Also I had to unscrew the barrels off my QED airlocks to plug the cable in, and they should really supply screws for the backplate that you mount on the wall, Ive scratched the back of the speaker as the screws I used werent perfectly flush. Paid £275 for it, I think its a bid dear myself...
Very pricey for a 5.1 compact system!
True, you get 'size 0' components and sound as good as other Award Winner compact systems outthere.
Not worth it - with £1200 you can get a new Onkyo AMP and a an audiophile Home Cinema compact system and change.
Compact system is space saving enough, I don't need a micro system!
Glad you asked that question. You can find out the answer in our current, April issue, where the KEF T105 is in a Group Test with the B&W MT25 plus two other new style speaker package contenders at the £1000-£1500 pricepoint
How does this system match up to similarly priced systems in terms of out right performance, I guess the closest rival would be the B&W M25 set up as a starter?
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A great amp with some notable musical skills, but it loses a star compared with its better-performing, better-specified rivals
Another admirable and attractive soundbar from LG, pipped to that fifth star by fierce competition
The large screen and punchy picture are highly attractive for this price, but you’ll have to forego the smart features and Full HD resolution
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