KEF 6.5' Centre Channel Speaker.

Model: Q600CB
Availability - Not Currently In Stock
Retail Price 694.78 (NZD)
+GST & Freight

KEF 6.5'' Centre Channel Speaker. 3-Way bass reflex. Uni-Q array: 1 x 6.5" uni-q, 1 x 1" HF, 1 x 6.5" LF, 1 x 6.5" ABR. Colour Black

The larger centre channel, the Q600c has a new generation 165mm (6.5in) Uni-Q driver array, flanked by a low distortion bass unit and an ABR of the same size. The Q600c will blow you away with its raw power, but also draw you in with its subtlety during moments of delicacy.


Q600C Centre Channel Speaker

Reproducing most of the soundtrack narrative, the centre speaker is by far the most important in any home theatre surround sound system, and the Q600c is engineered accordingly.


Uni-Q driver array

Sweet, spacious and true, wherever you sit.

Thanks to the latest computer modelling techniques, years of painstaking development and a dash of design genius, the new iteration of the Uni-Q concept packs a formidable complement of design innovations. Based on the state-of-the-art HF driver developed for Concept Blade, the Q boasts a much larger (25mm/1 in. dome) tweeter for increased sensitivity and distortion-free power handling. It plays as loud as it plays true.

Uni-Q dirver array


Advanced bass technologies

Deeper, tighter and more accurate bass.

Featuring rigid new aluminium cone technology just like the Uni-Q array, the Q Series advanced bass driver is a tour de force in its own right. A die-cast aluminium chassis rigidly locates the high efficiency vented magnet assembly to prevent unwanted resonance, and the large (50mm) voice coil ensures impressive power handling. Its musicality is impeccable: seductively tuneful and well controlled, and on the floor standing models, complemented by dedicated front-firing auxiliary bass radiators (ABRs).

Advanced bass technologies


Total system design

A holistic approach with no compromises.

The performance envelope of these sensational new drive units is so generous that the signal needs minimal intermediation - simple first order crossovers are all that's required, as you can tell from the transparency of the sound and the inaudible fluent transitions.