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Audioengine A2+ Premium Powered Desktop Speakers - Pair (Black)
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- Excellent sound with elegant simplicity for computer audio.
- Versatile connections, including USB digital audio and subwoofer output
- Designed for your desktop but also sounds great across the room
- Integrated USB DAC delivers Hi-Fi sound straight from computer.
- Hand-finished wood cabinets. Cables included
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|Dimensions||6 inches x 4 inches x 5.25 inches||12.25 inches x 17.31 inches x 11.87 inches||7.5 inches x 5.9 inches x 3.1 inches||11.5 inches x 8.5 inches x 15.3 inches|
|Item Weight||6.61 pounds||18.35 pounds||4.7 pounds||6 pounds|
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Background - I have been into high end stereo and home theater for many years, with Naim being my favorite brand for stereo (very expensive) - spending thousands is a part of that silly game, but it does train your ears to hear real differences in equipment.
The key criteria in a speaker for me is the ability to lock onto the rhythm through the recovery and attack of the amplifier, the timbre of vocals and the detail and placement in the overall presentation of individual instruments and voices.
I took delivery of these speakers and am shocked that $249 can deliver this level of performance. Across vocals, jazz and classical music the speakers are beyond anything i had hoped. On podcasts, voices resonate.
Hint - play through the USB input and try and have your music files in lossless (storage is so cheap these days)
Note - if your idea of fidelity is a boomy presentation with loudness switched onto max, don't waste your time on these speakers. You can get that for less $$.
The built-in USB DAC is at 44khz; which is OK but not great compared to other options that are out there.
I was looking for a reasonably priced set of speakers with audiophile-level response and range. Sound is pretty good altogether, except at the low end.
According to AudioEngine's specs, the frequency response range is 65Hz-22kHz ±2.0dB
When using a tone generator on the system (connected through USB), I was able to measure the actual low end frequency response. The speakers respond well, (and beautifully linear) from about 125 HZ up to 15KHz. Upper end may be higher but I no longer hear those frequencies.)
But my issue is at the lower end. The volume tapers off quickly as you move from 125 Hz down to 100 Hz, and by 82Hz it's only 1/4 of the volume. This is in the frequency response range, and I adjusted with an EQ to match volume. When I did this, higher frequency (1KHz) sounds were noticeably distorted.
If you like classical music or anything else where bass response is important - you'll need to pair these with a subwoofer or you'll need to find a different pair of speakers.
If they'd written specs that showed the range at 110Hz-20KHz, I'd rate this 4 or 5 stars. But their specs don't match the actual performance of these speakers - and that sets an incorrect expectation with the buyer.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
USB input in the back is VERY loose, won't stay plugged in despite several different cables attempted. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Ivan Awfulitch
The speakers do sound a little better now, but I did go out and purchase some external tweeters to help with the sound, unfortunately I will not be recommending these to any of my... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Kenneth Neal Pickering
These speakers are absolutely unreal!! The quality is far superb to many high dollar, high quality passive speakers with big names. Read morePublished 12 days ago by Josh Gilliam
Simple, sleek, powerful, clear, affordable. I use them with my mobile devices and my turntable. They rock!Published 13 days ago by Tea Party Patriot
I ended up returning two of these units due to intermittent popping sounds (occurred no matter the connection). Read morePublished 15 days ago by Sam
Speaker died out of the blue after 1.5 years of usage. Sound was great but product does not last long
Attempted to debug issues by replacing 3. Read more
They are good, not great.
Do the job, decent price.
you going to want a sub woofer no doubt about it
It is better than Bose Computer MusicMonitor, but still forcing bass. I like bass, but this is too much. It is not possible to get natural bass from so small speaker. Read morePublished 22 days ago by Stoja