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KEF Q7 Manual needed

Discussion in 'Home Cinema Speakers' started by cvmcvm, Feb 8, 2005.

  1. cvmcvm

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    Hi,

    I have obtained a second hand set of KEF Q7 speakers, however the previous owner had lost any manuals supplied.

    I have checked the KEF web site and they are not available there and was wondering if anyone has an electronic copy they could provide.


    thanks
     
  2. wookie

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  3. Andrew K

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    The manual doesn't actually tell you anything you want to know.
     
  4. Roohster

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    What do you want to know?
    Perhaps someone on here can help.
     
  5. cvmcvm

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    Thanks Wookie for the link, and I agree with you Katorik, the manual doesn't say much.

    What I was looking for was some information on the foam bungs in the rear ports. 1 speaker has a bung, the other does not. Are they needed, what do they do, if needed can I use any sort of foam?.
     
  6. Wannabe-THX

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    They are just a soft foam, used for altering the amount of bass the speaker makes.

    Same across all the Q range of speakers.

    Fish
     

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