Q Acoustics

Q Acoustics M2 Soundbase with built in Subwoofer, Bluetooth, HDMI ARC, 2017 Award Winner


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The All in One Soundbase for TV, Movies & Music The M2 Soundbase has been developed using the same award winning 'DNA' and design expertise found in our highly acclaimed Q Acoustics speaker and Soundbar products. The M2 Soundbase delivers stunning TV and audio sound performance.Using a powerful 80w amplifier, unique BMR(TM) wide dispersion sound technology and built in subwoofer, the M2 delivers a room filling, immersive and cinematic experience from a small and sleek one box solution This compact and versatile design can shelf mount, support a TV or fit discreetly into a cabinet.

Best Gear of June 2018 at a Glance

Sound & Vision’s Top Pick designation is reserved for the very best home entertainment has to offer — that is, gear we can recommend without reservation. Among our June Picks is a 4K laser projector that delivers a bright picture with powerful contrast, a high-performance Dolby Vision-compatible 4K Blu-ray player, two uncompromising sets of headphones, and a $350 soundbase (not soundbar) that is so good it’ll blow your mind. Read on but don’t just stop here. Check out our Top Picks page for many more recommendations. Cambridge Audio CXUHD Ultra HD Blu-ray Player: $700 Performance Features Ergonomics Value If faultless video performance delivered from a low-profile player appeals to you, then you owe it to yourself to check out Cambridge Audio’s CXUHD. The British company is, of course, known for its universal disc players, which are based on the revered Oppo Digital platform but offered without digital-to-analog converters (DACs) and analog audio outputs. To reduce noise and interference, the Dolby Vision-compatible CXUHD is designed for use with an outboard DAC or one built into an AV receiver or other component. Reviewer Al Griffin praised the player’s video chops and recommended it as a streamlined (albeit pricier) alternative to Oppo’s excellent 4K Blu-ray players, which as it turns out are gradually being phased out. AT A GLANCE Plus Dolby Vision compatible High-quality Blu-ray video upconversion Plays SACDs, DVD-Audio discs, and Blu-ray 3D discs Minus No analog audio outputs Remote control not backlit Pricey compared with competition Full Review Here   Q Acoustics M2 Soundbase: $350 Performance Features Ergonomics Value The M2 from England’s Q Acoustics is a solidly-built soundbase that uses cleverly constructed flat-diaphragm drivers to deliver wide dispersion and excellent overall sound. Unlike the typical soundbar, the M2 is built to function as a base for TVs weighing up to 55 pounds and calls on a good-size dual-voice-coil woofer to shore up the bass. Reviewer Mark Fleischmann summed up his impressions this way: “If you want to rest your TV on something that sounds great, the Q Acoustics M2 soundbase is an excellent choice, with performance that is remarkably fine-tuned for its price.” AT A GLANCE Plus Even coverage from unusual drivers Down-firing bass driver Minus No Dolby or DTS decoding Limited EQ options Full Review Here   Focal Clear Headphones: $1,499 Performance Features Comfort Value France’s Focal reached high — very high — when it introduced the $4,000 Utopia headphones in 2016. The company has borrowed key technology from that masterpiece and applied it to the Clear headphones, which — while still expensive — cost a whole heck of a lot less at fifteen hundred bucks. “The Focal Clear is an exquisite-looking and brilliantly executed pair of headphones,” concluded reviewer Mark Fleischmann. “Its extremely well-balanced performance will provide long-term satisfaction for an overwhelming majority of listeners.” Oh, and did we mention that they’re super comfortable? AT A GLANCE Plus Aluminum/magnesium diaphragms Impeccable construction Balanced presentation Minus Less than spacious imaging Full Review Here

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