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KEF Q100 Hi Fi Stereo Speakers w/ Yamaha AVR Receiver/Amp - $350 (Oakland)

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condition: excellent
make / manufacturer: Kef
model name / number: Q100
5 channel home theater receiver and stereo speakers and speaker stands. I've upgraded and need to make space. If you ever wanted to get into vinyl or CDs or tapes, this would be an excellent system to get you started.

$350 OBO for the set, or make me an offer on individual pieces.

Speakers are KEF Q100, the previous generation of the popular Q150. The speakers sound fantastic and bass gets deeper than you'd expect (I used them without a sub). These are front ported, so you should have more options where you place them. I replaced these with the Magnepan LRS+, and honestly, the sound is very close. Current model Q150 is priced between $350-600, depending on the sale (https://www.crutchfield.com/p_991Q150B/KEF-Q150-Black.html)

Speaker stands are 32" Kanto speaker stands, currently selling for $140 (https://www.crutchfield.com/p_310SP32PL/Kanto-SP32-Black.html?tp=1386)

Receiver is a Yamaha HTR-5250 AVR receiver. It has a great mix of analog and modern features and lasted me 20+ years! I've used it with my TV, turntable, CD player, the built-in AM/FM tuner, and a Bluetooth receiver.

The receiver has a ton of inputs, including phono, tape, and optical and coax digital inputs. You can add Bluetooth with an inexpensive receiver (I like the Wiim Mini: https://wiimhome.com/wiimmini/overview). It supports 2 sets of stereo speakers plus 1 set of center+surrounds, and has sub and preamp outputs. It has a big, satisfying volume knob, plus balance and tone controls. Excellent knob feel! Switched and unswitched power outlets let you can power on your whole system on at once. Can switch analog video inputs as well, either RCA or S-video.

Missing the remote control but settings are all accessible from the unit.

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