Quantum QRS50 3-Way Speaker

Quantum QRS50 3-Way Speaker


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Quantum QRS50 is a three-way speaker which is measured 5.25" with 140 watts as its maximum power. Speaker sensitivity is up to 91 decibels. This speaker has polypropelene cone, mylar dome midrange, and rubber surround.

What the community says about Quantum QRS50 3-Way Speaker

  • Nick Ma
    Written on April 3, 2018
    "I purchased and set up the Quantum QRS50 3-Way Speaker's in my computer room because I wanted a more surround sound audio setup. These speakers work perfectly for that and provide much power power than my previous speakers. I also really like the build quality as they seem as though they will hold up well. "
  • Justin Morris
    Written on April 10, 2018
    "The product for the section seems like a good value for the money. The speaker's seem like they're decent quality and seem like a good value for the money. I did not see any rating on the site for the speakers so that would be a detractor. Also the speakers appear to be for a car stereo system, not a PC or home theater system. Unless one is willing to build their own system from scratch I would not buy these speakers for a PC or home stereo system."
  • Alexander Wade
    Written on April 4, 2018
    "QRS50 is a 3-way speaker that has 140 watts and costs $69.95. It has great sound and comes at a reasonable price. It comes with high quality parts and it comes through in the sound quality. This fits the topic very well."
  • Kathleen Ruiz
    Written on April 6, 2018
    "The Quantum QRS50 3 way speakers are an awesome deal at under $100. However, they do not connect to a PC; they are specifically made to go in a vehicle. I would suggest Sony speakers for your PC."
  • Jack Cole
    Written on April 12, 2018
    "I searched around for PC speakers under 300 and got a recommendation for the Quantum QRS50 3-Way Speaker. These speakers are definitely affordable at $69.95 a piece, and they do pack a punch for 5.25" speakers. But they are more appropriate as replacement speakers and that would mean you would have to buy speaker boxes for them. I would advise getting PC speakers that already come with two speaker boxes instead."
  • Willie Bishop
    Written on April 8, 2018
    "These speakers work pretty well for the price. I honestly wasn't expecting the quality that I got. But for real, they can go pretty loud! My friends were all just as surprised as I was. "
  • Wu Han
    Written on April 13, 2018
    "I wanted something with decent power that didn't cost a ton. These fit the midrange budget pretty well, and to my untrained ear the sound is solid."
  • Martha Gray
    Written on April 8, 2018
    "I wanted something I could use with my laptop when I was listening to music at work, and I wanted quality sound, but I didn't want to break the bank. I checked out a lot of budget speakers before finally settling on these, thinking I would get the best of both worlds. I actually got mine on sale, so I paid even less than the normal retail, and the quality didn't disappoint."

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