|Item model number||AUEA2B|
|Item Weight||10.14 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||5.2 x 4 x 6 inches|
|Item Dimensions L x W x H||5.25 x 4 x 6 inches|
2 in 1 Lightning Headset Adaptor to 3.5mm Aux Earphone Audio and Charge
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- Listening And Charging At The Same Time: It Supports Charging And Audio Outputting Simultaneously, Allows Connect Your 3.5mm Headphone / Earphone To iPhone. Perfect Design for iPhone X 10,iPhone 8/8Plus,iPhone 7/7 Plus 6/6Plus,Also support iOS 11.2 or later.This adapter lets you connect devices that use a 3.5 mm audio plug to your lightning devicesThat'S A Perfect Solution To Let You Enjoy The Music While Charging.
- Fast Charge: 2A Charging Speed Increase By 1.5 Times And 30%. Improve Output Efficiency And Save Charging Time, Meantime Performance Of High-Speed Stability Does Not Hurt Your Machine.
- HIGH QUALITY: 100% copper wire core provides you with high-speed and stable signal transmission. High quality Aluminum alloy oxidation shell is more wear-resisting and corrosion resistance, enhancing the anti-interference ability,High grade material with quality surface treatment,perfect match all 3.5 earphone,High fidelity on the music,bring you new experiences.
- EXCELLENT COMPATIBILITY:For iPhone, iPad and iPod touch which have a lightning jack,SUPPORT UPGRADE IOS 11 Upgraded chip-set, making the adapter compatible with any Lightning device that runs iOS 11.2
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|Item Dimensions||4 x 5.25 x 6 in||5.25 x 4 x 6 in||5.3 x 3.9 x 5.9 in||7 x 7.75 x 10.75 in||3.1 x 5.9 x 7.5 in||0.85 x 0.42 x 0.57 in|
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Audioengine 2 (A2) Premium Powered Desktop Speakers is the new standard for multimedia sound and closes the gap between computer speakers and home audio. Audioengine 2 is the perfect upgrade for your computer, iPod, and all your music.
- Upgrade your Audio - Creating powered multimedia speakers to follow the Audioengine 5 was a challenge, but we feel we
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I ordered a pair with high expectations and am severely disappointed. I am an audophile and music lover, and I grew up listening to (and owning) Quad electrostatics and now Magnepan 3.6's, with high quality tube amplification. I also think my Grado SR80 headphones offer fantastic sound.
Relative to these speakers and headphones, the Audioengine A2's produce a skull-pounding boomy mid-bass that drives me utterly insane. And yes, I am using them with the rubber stands and have them moved sufficiently far from the wall behind my desk. The voices, piano, and other instruments fade away into the background and get blasted away by a WHOMP-WHOMP-WHOMPing mid-bass. It wasn't just me... my wife, sitting across the room, told me these speakers sound terrible and actually made me turn them off. She said "I can't hear the instruments, I can only hear the bass and the drums. It sounds like a car is driving by outside [with a bass tube rattling away in the trunk] and rattling the front windows." The sound is so utterly confused and disgraceful that honestly I can't even drag myself through the full break-in period; I have to stop before reaching 40 or 50 hours due to my headache.
I will say this: different people have different "taste" in music and loudspeakers. For some reason, many consumers have a tough time identifying musical reproduction which is true, accurate, and non-fatiguing, in my opinion. When they hear a system that produces a completely unnatural and out-of-control bass response (as if there were 5 guys in the band playing bass, accompanied by 10 drummers to drown out the 1 guy playing guitar and the 1 guy singing), they jump for joy and are fooled into thinking that this is good sound, because what they sense is a feeling of RAW POWER which overwhelms their other senses. I think this is why BOSE has been successful with its (mediocre sounding) products. Anyway, if you are primarily going to use the Audioengine A2's for playing video games or watching shoot-em-up movies, such that you really don't care about faithful and balanced sound reproduction, then these could be good speakers for you.
Regarding the Stereophile review that raves about the A2's, I have lost all respect for the author, Robert Reina. That guy is either smoking something, profoundly confused, or in cahoots with Audioengine - either way, it's a problem.
At this point I am unplugging the A2's and reverting back to my old harman/kardon computer speakers, which aren't especially great but are infinitely better and more balanced than the A2's. I will continue to do research and the best idea I can come up with is either the Magnepan Mini Maggies (I haven't heard them yet and they cost $1,700) or the Genelec 6010 (which I have also never heard, but a fantastic headphone company which I trust recommended them to me). Also, I have had good success with the FoxL G2 (which is really a very tiny PORTABLE speaker, and would have puts & takes in comparison to the A2's but to my ears, offers a more cohesive and balanced sound); I doubt the FoxL would make sense as a desktop solution for most folks, but if you haven't heard it, you might want to give it a try.
as we speak i am listening to Coltrane & Hartman's "they say it's wonderful" in FLAC 44/16 format, and it sounds accurate, defined and very musical. the resolution is spot on: vocals surgically placed in the middle, sax out on the left, piano on the right... perfect. and the voices and instruments breathe freely, accurately... sorry to be lame, but "omg!" sums it up, especially as i pinch myself realizing these are sub-$200 speakers.
they are multi-talented little speakers, but their most amazing qualities are (1) amazing rendering of vocals -and the middles in general- along with amazing staging (2) their ability to produce *surgically* accurate and suitably deep bass when you use them as near-field computer monitor speakers. no need for a sub at all. really - if u sit close to them it would be a crime to mud up their sound - you will never need another set of computer speakers.
mine are about 2 feet apart right next to a 29inch monitor, toed in to point at my ears, and on the $30 stands they sell along with these. i paid $200 for a setup that would have cost me $10k 20 years ago to get remotely the same sound quality. and my main system is several multipliers this price, so i don't hate audiophile esoterica at all, but i can also spot a bargain that cuts through the bs when i hear it. years ago i gave the audioengine 5 a stellar rating - well, the audioengine 2 are better in every way if you sit close and in front of them.
honestly - these are a home-run as musical computer speakers. game over. for years i looked for a follow-up for my monsoon 700s, a legendary computer speaker set... and the AE2 are superior, by a mile. what an engineering feat!
GET THESE is all i can say. they provide amazing sound - by any standard.