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Audioengine Reviews

We feel overwhelmed with gratitude for all the thoughtful reviews we have received over the years.

We hope that the opinions of these respected reviewers help bring you clarity and peace of mind while shopping for your home speaker systems. When all is said and done, it is your review that matters most to us.

A2+ Desktop Speakers

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“These lofty audio chops easily make the A2+ one of the best desktop audio solutions available in its low price range…”     Read full review here.

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“…the A2+ brings the clarity and dynamics audiophiles crave to a relatively affordable realm audiophile gear rarely visits.”     Read full review here.

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“…for $249 you get such quality sound it’s ridiculous. And what’s more, they sounded so good that I started listening to them instead of my main stereo – that’s how much I liked the A2+.”     Read full review.The Absolute Sound Logo

“The size, price and performance are a lethal combination. Highly recommended.”     Read full review.

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“…any version of the Audioengine 2 is a sensational product—and the addition of USB input for just fifty bucks extra makes a great value even better.”     Read full review here.

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A5+ Classic Speakers

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“There’s a reason Audioengine has moved from a couple of guys hauling speakers to reviewers across the country to a respected brand: The company makes good stuff at reasonable prices.”     Read full review here.

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“Our current favorite pair of 2.0 PC speakers overall, the Audioengine 5+ delivers stellar sound quality, impressive bass punch, and flexible connection options.”     Read full review here.

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“You’re going to be hard-pressed to find a 2.0 system that sounds better for the money and has the 5+’s connectivity options.”     Read full review here.

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“Forget about the MM-1, forget about the Companion 5, forget about the BeoLab 4. If you’re looking for the best pair of all around speakers for your computer, A5+ is it.”     Read full review here.

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“This tiny system really trumped some of the larger systems out there costing thousands more.”     Read full review here.

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A5+ Wireless Speakers

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“…the A5+ Wireless are really the cream of the crop when it comes to wireless bookshelf speakers.”     Read full review here.

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“Audioengine’s A5+ Wireless speakers deliver a stellar sonic experience aimed at audiophiles with 24-bit upsampling to ensure high-quality Bluetooth audio.”     Read full review here.

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“The power of Louis Armstrong’s voice (to say nothing of the explosiveness of his horn) in ‘St. James Infirmary’ made me realize that the A5+ Wireless Speaker could be a destination system for those many friends asking, ‘What should I buy to play my music?’ Speaker, phone, done.”     Read full review here.

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“One really could envisage a pair of these serving as an almost one-stop audiophile rig, paired with whatever digital device you have. Throw in some stands and you could be rockin’ the joint and having personal late night sounds for comparative chump change in the audiophile universe.”     Read full review here.

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“The Audioengine A5+ Wireless are spectacular powered bookshelf speakers that provide truly vibrant sound without the hassles of an outboard amplifier or a cable. If you want something fantastic to fill up your office or living room, these are well worth the cost.”     Read full review here.

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B2 Wireless Speaker

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“Audioengine’s B2 Bluetooth speaker sounds as good as it looks. It’s as simple as that.”     Read full review here.

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“Yes, you can find lower priced Bluetooth speakers for your home, but good luck finding one that combines high-end looks with equally high-end sound quality.”     Read full review here.

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“With every aspect of the B2’s construction obviously so carefully considered, it’s no wonder that the small unit plays so seemingly far out of its league.”     Read full review here.

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“No Frills, High End Bluetooth Audio.”     Read full review here.

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“A serious Bluetooth speaker for discerning listeners. The B2 really hits the sweet spot when it comes to price-performance.”     Read full review here.

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HD3 Wireless Speakers

HD3 Reviews

“Overall, the Audioengine HD3 is an excellent addition to Audioengine’s desktop speaker lineup and an excellent buy for those looking to purchase a top desktop speaker that brings great sound quality, versatility and an aesthetically pleasing design. Highly recommended!”     Read full review here.

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“The new HD3 from Audioengine throws down a large collection of features, all packed into perhaps the smallest frame on the market. For the size, the drivers perform above par. For the features, consumers get a substantial value for purchase price. The HD3 sets a new bar for a true just-add-music experience.”     Read full review here.

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“The HD3s… will redefine the listening experience for those on a more limited budget. Or those who just want totally kick-ass sound from their desktop setup. The HD3s are very, very highly recommended!”     Read full review here.

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“If you judge a speaker by how it is to be used (and you should), then Audioengine’s HD3 wireless speakers are about as perfect as you can get.”     Read full review here.

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“The Audioengine HD3 excels in several areas. Just the retro sight of the pair of speakers on my desk was enough to cheer me up. The front volume knob mercifully kept me from fumbling with onscreen volume sliders. During work hours, the HD3 made music clips a temptation—and even with spoken-word material, its naturalness and lack of edginess made themselves known.”     Read full review here.

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HD6 Wireless Speakers

HD6 Reviews

“Audioengine’s brilliant new HD6 speaker: Stereo imaging was remarkably broad… (and) the HD6’s dynamic punch was awfully good….”     Read full review here.

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“A genuine performer, it’s attractive, flexible, and user-friendly. Indeed, it’s hard to imagine a “tweener” rig that does more for less than the HD6. Truly the little audio engine that could.”     Read full review here.

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“Audioengine has been riding the crest of audio innovation for some time, and it appears with the HD6, they are riding higher than ever.”     Read full review here.

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“While the Audioengine HD6’s worked perfectly wonderfully on my desktop, if you’re also going to ask your desktop speakers to do double-time in-room, the HD6’s are bouncing out of their seat, waving their hand, and shouting “Pick me!, Pick me!”.”     Read full review here.

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“The easy-to-live-with HD6 looks great and can deliver high-quality, true stereo sound with a minimum of fuss and clutter.”     Read full review here.

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HDP6 Passive Speakers

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“The Audioengine HDP6 is a handsome, high-level performer for the traditionalist—the high-ender who still enjoys the rough-and-tumble mixing and matching of components.”     Read full review here.
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“This is a hell of a speaker and perhaps the best gateway drug speaker and first stepping stone you can buy that will lead you to the higher end speaker realm”     Read full review here.

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“The HDP6s throw a good soundstage, wide and typically deep for a good bookshelf. Dudamel’s DG Mahler 9 with his LA band sounded spectacular, with deep bass and real power on the bass drum. You’ll feel it.”     Read full review here.

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“Costing next to nothing in high-end audio, the Audioengine HDP6 pushed the performance envelope of budget bookshelf speakers of the day.”     Read full review here.

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P4 Passive Speakers

P4 Reviews

“The upside of the P4 is its spatiality, which is a pretty tough trick for a desktop speaker to pull off.”     Read full review here.

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“Yes, you can find lower priced Bluetooth speakers for your home, but good luck finding one that combines high-end looks with equally high-end sound quality.”     Read full review here.

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“The P4 really shined with playing music. I can imagine it’ll be a hit with up and coming audiophiles.”     Read full review here.

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“If you’re looking to get into high-quality audio, I feel like the P4’s are a great start. I would highly encourage anyone that has a passion for music and a lower budget to invest in these speakers.”     Read full review here.

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“The cute, amplifier-friendly P4 has a relatively smooth frequency response and clean spectral decay, bringing performance up a notch from its rivals.”     Read full review here.

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S8 Powered Subwoofer

S8 Reviews

“The system comes highly recommended.”     Read full review.

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