The Q 3050i cabinet uses Point-to-Point (P2PTM) bracing techniques to reduce intrusive cabinet vibrations for a purer sound, Using a 22mm decoupled High Frequency Driver with wide surround creating a wide even dispersion of stereo
HPE technology eliminates sympathetic resonance within the enclosures by equalising air pressure within the 3050i cabinet, Conventional terminal panel cut-outs have been removed, giving greatly improved structural integrity to the enclosures and new low profile binding posts. Striking floorstanding Speakers with twin 165mm and 22mm precision drivers
Enclosure Type: 2-way reflex, Bass Driver: 2 x 165 mm (6.5 in), Tweeter: 22 mm (0.9 in), Frequency Response (+3 dB, -6 dB): 44Hz – 30kHz, Impedance: 6Ohms , Sensitivity (2.83 V@1 m): 91dB, Power Input: 50-165W, Cross-over Frequency: 2.5 kHz, Dimensions (WxHxD): 310x1020x310 mm, Weight: 17.8kg
The QED speaker cable story began in 1973, with the launch of the world’s first specialist speaker cables, now household names in the audio industry. Our white papers set out the “top down” design-principles that have resulted most recently in the development of QED XT25 loudspeaker cable – the new class leading standard in budget to mid-range speaker cables.
XT25 Specs: CROSS-SECTIONAL AREA – 25 mm2, WIRE GAUGE – 14 AWG, JACKET OUTSIDE DIAMETER – 3.96 mm, LOOP RESISTANCE – 13.4 mΩ/m, CAPACITANCE – 35.0 pF/m, LOOP INDUCTANCE – 0.52 μH/m, DISSIPATION FACTOR – @ 10 kHz 0.0001, CONDUCTORS – 10 x 19/0.13 mm, INSULATION – LDPE jacket with 100% coverage of Aluminium Mylar tape wrap, QED Airloc Forte banana plugs
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