When we reviewed the original Audioengine 2, no longer in production, we loved its flat response and no-nonsense design. Be respectful, keep it civil and stay on topic. Solid connectivity, including output for subwoofer. For reference, a bass tuba’s lowest note, F1, has a fundamental frequency of 44 Hz. This is akin to our previous review on Headphone.Guru of the Audioengine A5+ Wireless Speaker System. If there's a gripe about the design, it's that the speakers are so short, you need to elevate them or angle them upward in order to hear their true potential. There's excellent balance here, with perhaps a touch of added brightness, as well as added richness in the low-mids, but nothing over-the-top in either case. In this price range, we're also fans of the Fluance Ai60, another stereo pair that works with an optional subwoofer, as well as the all-in-one Marshall Kilburn and JBL Boombox, both of which offer a more robust bass experience but less accuracy. While this is atypical in most Bluetooth speakers we test, it does give you an opportunity to protect the speakers from loud bursts with a second volume stage—though one integrated volume control is arguably more efficient. The price is right – and the size is too. They take money from brands to skew results. Die Audioengine 2-Lautsprecher sind akustische Riesen. Nein, sie machen keinen kräftigen Bass, was irgendwie alle interessiert, die sich mit Klang noch nicht so richtig beschäftigen konnten. Selten gelingt es, so viel Klangqualität auf so wenig Raum unterzubringen. Your email address will not be published. Das war einzig am Speaker selbst möglich, bei den Audioengine A2+ funktioniert das jedoch. Given the lack of DSP, a smidge of distortion on deep bass at top volumes is forgivable. Your Email * Name. This is a more traditional amplifier configuration which the company states provides excellent quality audio and greater flexibility. What the Audioengine A2+ stereo speakers lack in extra features, they more than make up for in accuracy and overall performance. Audioengine A2+ Powered Speakers Review. Note that the photo was taken off axis, and that the tweeter is properly centered. Solid connectivity, including output for subwoofer. Jun 1, 2019 13:45 EDT Share Tweet Submit. Audioengine became staples on desks everywhere with the A2+ and A5+ speakers. Listening to the A2+ on my desktop, and I mean that literally because I did not use stands, the music sounded pleasantly full, nearly a tad plump. Unlike the taotronics tt-sk018 soundbar, the Audioengine A2+ bookshelf speakers are available in three main colors. Die preisgekrönten Produkte sind von den Zeitschriften What Hi - Fi, ... Mehr. Sie bauen eine große und tiefe Bühne mit schönen Details auf. Affordable Audiophilia Inducer Audioengine is a comparatively new brand and is fairly unheard of to many. They shouldn’t be compared against large floor standing speakers or flat panels. By What Hi-Fi? When I was given a chance to check out the A5+’s smaller brother (sister? The sound quality of the audioengine A2+ wireless speakers is not that different from its predecessor.