“Dispersion was a strongpoint with the QM10 and so it remains here, the QM60 projecting a full size image that reaches up and over the speakers themselves. It’s not out of scale however, you can get large but rather soft imaging from some speakers but this is not like that, in fact it’s on a similar scale to the larger B&W 802D speakers I use as a reference. They create a more precisely etched image but in terms of size and placement of musicians the two are very close.”
“This system proved remarkably adept at revealing the musical qualities of everything I played”
“Engrossing in another way was Gillian Welch’s Time (The Revelator), which is a good if not stunning recording, however in the Gurus hands it transcends the boundaries of time and space and places the singer right in the room.”
Jason Kennedy, HiFi+

“These speakers are exceptionally communicative, expressive and entertaining, to the point where the whole experience quickly becomes seriously addictive”
“Physically very discreet and musically very communicative, this unusual standmount delivers surprising bass and marvellous time coherence”
“Has speed and time coherence like a single full range driver system, yet also sounds much bigger than it looks”
Paul Messenger, Hi Fi Choice

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“This is the first small speaker I’ve heard anywhere near its price that doesn’t leave me wishing for a larger substitute. Or a sub, or anything else for that matter. Finally, my monitor quest is complete.”
Robert Learner, Sonic Flare

“The QM10 has been Guru-fied into a card-carrying high-end speaker, and it is a remarkable achievement. If this initial offering from this new company is any measure, Guru Pro Audio might become as familiar a Swedish name as Volvo, Ikea, or (dare I say it?) ABBA. Anyone considering spending about $2700 on a pair of speakers of any size must hear the Guru QM10.”
Colin Smith, Soundstage AV

“The Gurus sounded amazing”
Art Dudley, Stereophile

“An affordable classic in the making?”
Playback Magazine

“The highs are transparent and seem to extend nearly to the moon, with never a trace of harshness or distortion, possessing a clarity that causes a sense of jarring reality. Often while listening I felt a sonic jolt of unnerving suddenness that occurred because the mids and upper frequencies of this speaker are so clean and so fast that everything you listen to seems to come alive and certain kinds of transients—say, a cymbal crash or particular electric-guitar riff—excite the system to the point of frightening reality. Speaking of cymbals, and at the risk of sounding redundant, the clarity of cymbal strokes is nearly unparalleled in my listening experience. The tweeter Öhman has designed seems to work miracles.”
Mike Quinn, Jazz Times

“I found the sound distinctly clear and articulate, with really competent, clean and quite deep bass, available at good power and remaining tuneful and articulate”
“…admirable clarity, resolution and fine detail. Focus is good, image width very good. The general quality is upbeat with good dynamics and rhythm, driven by the high clarity and definition”
“It’s highly articulate, revealing and detailed, with good dynamic range and class leading bass tune playing, power and extension…It is unusually sensitive for the bandwidth and size, and is relatively easy to drive. The Supernait sailed away with this speaker”
Martin Colloms, Hi-Fi Critic

“Easily the best sound at the show was in the Tom Tom Audio room, where a mid-range Naim system was driving an unusually squat, black loudspeaker that looked rather like a professional desktop monitor. It turned out to be the Quality Manager 10 from Swedish company Guru and was indeed originally designed as a pro-monitor. Wonderfully musical and capable of an entirely captivating performance, it also produced bass like no other compact speaker (using a four-inch driver) we’ve ever heard.”
Malcolm Steward, Hi-Fi Choice