bought this set up today very pleased just messing with crossovers on the sub for the best sounds i can get , stands were awkward to put together , but as for sound very good the subs a beast , and the bookshelfs are crystal clear , no downside as yet .
This speaker set is really interesting me, think they look good and your review says the rest, thing is what amp would you recommend to go with them?? something good with power to easily handle them. I currently have a sony 5300es which lately is not playing well at higher volumes with my mission 34i left and right, m3c, m31i rears. Keeps hitting protect mode, all cables good, no arcing. Im afraid its the amp. If it is the speakers would this set run nice with the 5300es? Itching to go for them. Thanks for your advice.
I'm very interested in this set of speakers, just waiting for it to be more widely available. A lot of online suppliers were selling the previous version with the front satellites replaced by either 2020 or 2050 speakers. some also replacing the rears with 2020s.
I am interested in doing the same with this set given your glowing review of the 2020i and my desire to listen to music through the system. What are your thoughts on how this would affect the systems balance/performance. I would have thought if it were a win-win change then Q Acoustics would offer it as an option?
Thank you for expressing an interest in the new Q Acoustics 2000i Series loudspeakers.
The suggested price of the 2000i 5.1 Speaker package (£595) is the sum of the prices of the individual speakers involved. Therefore there is no financial penalty if you want to change the front left and right speakers for a different model. You would simply pay the difference in the cost of the two models. Which, in the case of the 2010i and 2020i loudspeakers, is £40 per pair.
Steve Reichert - PR Manager, Armour Home (Q Acoustics)
Congratulations steve,on your success with the 2012 award for the 2000i 5.1 series. & of course not to mention,multiple other awards for the 1000,1000i & 2000 speakers. Where it not for the likes of Q Acoustics excellent pricing & top quality,many an enthusiast,like myself may not have realised how good a £500 5.1 speaker pack could sound,either with modest or powerful amplification. I actually advised someone some time ago who wanted to change his 1010i 5.1 speakers for a complete 7.1 system. So i suggested adding a pair of 1050i for new fronts instead of changing the whole system, He was thrilled to bits,when he did, Along with a huge difference in sound & scale, it was only an extra minor £275 to put a strapping,well made,great looking set of floorstanding speakers at the front. The likes of instances like this that can really help anyone on a small or medium budget,to build up a very respectable home cinema or music set-up. The quality is second to none for the money IMO. But to actually take an interest in somebodys situation on this hi-fi comment forum,has to be admired. If only all ht/hifi speaker companys took such a close interest in customers,it would be an even better pastime than it already is...Well done Steve Reichert-PR manager. Kudos to you sir.
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