The sound on my TV is poor (as with most flat screen TVs) so I'm looking for a soundbar that cost less than £200 but is good value for money, anyone have any recommendations?
I am sure Q-Acoustics will supply to the Netherlands. I have ordered a Q-tv3 and expect it by the weekend.Hi C1PJR,
I`m looking for a Q-TV3 for around that 100 pound, any idea where I can buy one for that price?
I tried amazon.co.uk but they refuse to ship to the Netherlands...
Any other shops you know of?
Thank you very much and kind regards,
Will do. It was your reference to the Q-TV3 that drew my attention to the unit. I was focused on the Panasonic SC-HTE80 until I read the article in What HiFi S&V. For me, it will go on a TV stand with limited width and depth, so my choice was somewhat reduced.I've got the Q-TV3 hooked up to a Panasonic 42-GT30 and I'm pretty pleased with it, I'd be interested to listen to your thoughts when you receive it? It was delivered within a couple of days.
After trying all the setting combinations I too settled for "all to off". Trickling in the TV sound helps with the treble. All the settings tend to colour the sound image as does the optical lead. I would prefer to pay a bit more for the addition of voice coils and variable treble and base adjustment. Like you, I too would have liked to have heard the Canton, but I am well satisfied with the Q. Perhaps the makers would like to comment on our findings? For Abul, the first shelf under my tv is 6 inches deep and comfortably takes the 4.5 inch unit. The lower shelf accommodates my pvr and dvd player.I placed mine on a shelf underneath my tv and it fits perfectly. It shouldn't be too deep for most tv units/cabinets. With ref to johnmdaulby review I agree with your observations. Much improved sound for normal tv and good for watching blu rays and stuff from Netflix/Lovefilm. I'm still playing with the settings, at the moment I have all the settings to off which seems to work well for tv. What settings do you seem to use the most for normal tv viewing or when watching films? In the end it's an improvement on my old 'Roth sub zero' and it's a nicer looking unit, at high volume the Roth struggled abit and it obstructed the bottom of my tv which was a pain. If I had the money I would have bought the Canton tv base @ £400 but the Q-TV3 @ £99 will do me for at least 2 years and i'll just see what happens with the technology in the future.