Q Acoustics M2 review

Q Acoustics seems to be in for a penny, in for a pound when it comes to boosting TV sound.

Following the success of its Award-winning Media 4 soundbar, and to a lesser extent the M3 follow-up, the British brand is making its soundbase debut with the M2. And, perhaps unsurprisingly, it follows in its siblings’ footsteps.


As we close the disc tray on a Blu-ray copy of The Neon Demon, the M2 doesn’t waste a moment before revealing its talents.

The opening credits are not only a window into Cliff Martinez’s fantastically eerily, eclectic score, but also into the Q Acoustics’ pleasing tonality and potency.

The downward-firing subwoofer digs deep to punch through the basslines, while the twin Balanced Mode Radiators fight just as hard for the credit by delivering clear, sparkling chimes and energetic synth-driven electronica.

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