Q Acoustics Concept 500 – Floor Standing Speaker (Pair)
Q ACOUSTIC CONCEPT 500
- The High-end Concept 500 Floorstanding Speakers adopt advanced, innovative technologies to deliver pure audio excellence and a sensational sound stage.
- The Concept 500 pairs Point-to-Point (P2P™) bracing to deal with low-frequency panel vibrations with Helmholtz Pressure Equalizers (HPE™) to balance out pressure irregularities.
- Three separate layers filled with a non-setting gel, which dampens the cabinet walls and converts higher frequency vibrations into heat for better performance.
Founded in 2006, Q Acoustics quickly built a reputation for designing and manufacturing class-leading loudspeakers. Concept 500 is the culmination of Q Acoustics continual evolution and refinement resulting in what we believe is sonic perfection.
Designed to appeal to discerning audiophiles, the Concept 500 achieves a perfect balance between art and science. It is a loudspeaker that is at once, stylish, contemporary, fine-sounding and astonishingly accurate. It couples low directivity with wide bandwidth, good sensitivity and sensible impedance. This makes the new Concept 500 both room-friendly and an easy load to drive, allowing amplifiers to deliver their best performance.
To create a stereo soundstage which gives as good an impression of width, depth and height as that found in a live performance requires high quality drive units, a well designed crossover and an accurately constructed cabinet. To achieve this, Q Acoustics formed a truly talented team with many years of experience in the design, engineering and manufacture of world-class loudspeakers. A combination that resulted in a state-of-the-art loudspeaker worthy of any high-end system.
|Frequency Response||41 Hz – 30 kHz|
|Average Impedance||6 Ω|
|Minimum Impedance||3.7 Ω|
|Recommended Power||25 – 200 W|
|Distortion (120 Hz – 20 kHz)||0.20%|
|Crossover Frequency||2.5 kHz|
|Mid Bass / Driver||2 x 165 mm|
|High Frequency Unit||28 mm|
|Size (W x H x D)||400 x 1150 x 350 mm|
|Links are provided to adjust the high frequency||+ or – 0.5 dB|