Q Acoustics 3000 5.1 Speaker System Review Specs

3010: 4 in paper-aramid cone woofer, 1 in polyester-weave dome tweeter; 5.9 x 9.25 x 7.87 in (WxHxD), 7.9 lb
3090C: 4 in paper-aramid cone woofer (2), 1 in polyester-weave dome tweeter; 16.9 x 5.9 x 7.87 in (WxHxD), 13.2 lb
3070S: 6.5 in paper-aramid cone woofer (2); 140 watts RMS; LFE and stereo line-level inputs (RCA); 7.87 x 16.73 x 21 (WxHxD), 30.0 lb
Price: $900 package (3010, $200 pr; 3090c, $180; 3070, $400)

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Q Acoustics
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Q Acoustics
(855) 279-5070

utopianemo's picture

Mark, how would you say these compare to the RSL or Wharfedale systems you reviewed a while back? I know that's not a fair question to ask, both because of the distance of time and the sheer quantity of products that pass through your setup. I had been planning to get one of those, but this Q Acoustics system seems like it might prove a bit disruptive to the status quo.

angelman0401's picture

I'm also looking a purchase real soon on a 5.1 setup and have been considering RSL CG3 system based on the reviews I've read and after speaking with RSL on the phone. I would also like to know what a professional's opinion would be between the RSL CG3 or CG4, these Q Acoustics, and the Wharfedale system that was reviewed on this site last year. Thank you all for your opinions, advice, and great website.

roughtb123's picture

when giving performance ratings, is this in comparison to a specific price range. for example, how would you rate this vs. the Elac unfi bookshelf 5.1 system.

jdbond's picture

I also have a similar question to what was posted earlier. I am looking at the RSL CG4 5.1 system and would appreciate your feedback on how this compares to the Q Acoustics system reviewed here with one small change. I am considering the 3020 instead of the 3010 that comes with this package and would thus purchase individual components. I appreciate your opinion!!!