23. August 2021 · Comments Off on Q Acoustics M20 HD Wireless Audio System · Categories: Hifi News · Tags: , , , , , ,


British audio brand Q Acoustics has introduced the Q Acoustics M20 HD wireless music system.

The Q Acoustics M20 features advanced driver technology, P2P™ (Point to Point) cabinet bracing and a classic design.

Q Acoustics M20 HD Wireless Audio System

The new Q Acoustics M20 HD Wireless Audio System


Featuring aptX™ HD Bluetooth® connectivity for wireless streaming of high resolution-quality audio from devices such as smartphones, tablets, laptops and network streamers, users can hear their favourite tunes streamed from popular music services such as Spotify, Tidal, Deezer, Apple Music, Amazon Music, Qobuz and YouTube. The Q Acoustics M20 can also deliver sounds from a games console, TV, turntable, set-top box, CD player and portable music players alike.


Whether listening to music, watching TV or movies or gaming, the M20’s driver technology is designed to produce low-distortion, precise but immersive stereo sound. Powered by a built-in amplifier providing 130 watts of digital power, the 22mm tweeter is decoupled to minimise any internal vibrations that can adversely affect the audio, while the 125mm mid/bass driver is combined with a rear-firing reflex port in each speaker.

Q Acoustics M20 HD Wireless Audio System

The speakers can be stand or wall mounted


Users can wirelessly stream high-resolution audio (up to 24-bit/48kHz) from any compatible device. Connecting the M20 to a computer via USB allows you to hear hi-res audio in 24bit/192kHz. It features enough inputs to let your TV, games console, set-top box, turntable or anything else you fancy. There’s also subwoofer output.

Drawing on audio innovations from Q Acoustics’ passive speakers, the M20 features cabinet technology of which every element is specified to deliver an optimal audio performance. The cabinets use Q Acoustics’ proprietary P2P™ (Point to Point) internal bracing to support the parts of the enclosure that need to be stiffened, improving, says the brand, the focus of the stereo image and giving the soundstage more accuracy. The grille’s curved contours are also designed to disperse any tweeter activity, keeping unwanted reflections to a minimum.

Q Acoustics M20 HD Wireless Audio System

The Q Acoustics M20 HD Wireless Audio System with remote control


It’s easy to set up the Q Acoustics M20 so the system is always performing to its maximum, no matter where it is in the room. As well as being able to designate the powered speaker as either the left or right channel (to make accessing mains power as simple as possible), there’s also an EQ switch to let the system know if each speaker is positioned in a corner, against a wall or in free space so its digital sound processing can optimise the audio performance. Stands and wall brackets are also available.


Amplifier performance

Power output: 2x 65W

Continuous power output (<1% THD): 2 x 32W//4Ω

THD (at 20W//4Ω): <0.2%

Frequency response (DSP set flat): 20Hz to 20kHz ±0.5dB

Signal-to-noise ratio (aux, A-Wtd, max vol, ref 1W): 81dB

Analogue input sensitivity (for 32W): 395mV

Minijack input sensitivity (for 32W): 220mV

Sub out (100Hz, at 32W main channels): 380mV

Optical in: Toslink

Optical in sample rate range: 24bit/192kHz

USB in sample rate range: 24bit/192kHz


Enclosure type: 2-way reflex (ported)

Mid-range driver: 125mm (5.0in)

Tweeter: 22mm (0.9in)

Crossover frequency: 2.4kHz

Frequency response (free, -6dB): 55Hz – 22kHz

Supply voltage: 100V – 240V, 50-60Hz

Maximum consumption: 125W

Standby consumption: <0.5 Watts


Bluetooth® specification: V5.0

Wireless codecs: aptX™, aptX™ HD, aptX™ Low Latency, SBC, AAC

Dimensions: 279mm (H) x 170mm (W) x 296mm (D)

Weight: 5.1kg (passive speakers), 5.5kg (powered speaker)

Q Acoustics M20 HD Wireless Audio System

The Q Acoustics M20 HD Wireless Audio System can be used for gaming


Q Acoustics M20 HD wireless music system is priced £399/€499/$599 and is available in August (UK) and in September (US)

HiFi Pig Says: Wireless active speaker systems are becoming increasingly popular for versatile, small home systems and second systems for rooms like the kitchen and bedroom, with a pair of stereo speakers giving more flexible listening options than many single Bluetooth speakers.

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