Hi! Bought the Denon RCD-N8 + Q Acoustics 2010i sound good, but setting the KEF C3 little upset.
KEF C3 sounds feelings deeper and more natural voice.
On your reviews Q Acoustics 2010i should sound more deeper and more natural voice, maybe I'm doing something wrong.
WharHiFi help me understand.
Tested the sound track for "Chris Isaak - Wicked Game"
If you prefer the KEF C3s that's fine, there's always an element of personal preference in these things.
They say on some sites, that these actually have impedance of 6 Ohms, with minimal 4 Ohms...where is the truth?
When I was searching for speakers that were intended for our living room, my wife said that they had to be compact & white (to suit the furniture). I had a limited budget & thought I was on an impossible mission but saw WhatHifFi's 5* review for the standard 2010's & presumed the "i's" could only better. So glad I bought them, the sound for these small speakers is excpetional.
Whilst a living room (naturally depending on its size) would possibly suit larger speakers if you really want to crank it up, for what I play (mainly Jazz, soundtracks, latin) & at the volume I play them at, then these are perfect. I've put them together with a Marantz MCR603, connected with QED Evolution XT cable & also a Q Acoustics Q2070Si sub (mainly switched on for viewing Sky or BluRay films - but does add some useful bass with music too).
I really don' think you can argue with them at this price (although chosing them in "white" does add an annoying £30+ premium over standard black or walnut colours)
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