The Q14 loudspeaker,
launched in 1967, was the first in a line of Sinclair
speakers that eventually gained a fairly solid following,
even if the products' quality was occasionally questionable.
With the addition of the Q14 to the Sinclair range,
consumers could now buy a complete mail order stereo
system from Sinclair, apart from a record player or
the tape deck. (The other components were the Z12
power supply unit and Stereo
25 pre-amp control unit, sold separately).