Based on 75 reviews
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- Great for the size and cost
- Very versatile; high quality construction
- Multiple quality inputs w/ variable output for sub or additional devices
- Volume control via builtin preamp or external preamp/computer/source
- Threaded mount adapter for use with adjustable stands
Very Decent, but I'm not blown away for price I paid; requires good stands for directional adjustment for up-close use.
PROS: Very versatile; high quality construction; multiple quality inputs w/ variable output for sub or additional devices; volume control via builtin preamp or external preamp/computer/source; threaded mount adapter for use with adjustable stands; excellent, for the size and cost, at high volumes. C...
Audioengine A2+ Wireless Review
Of these models, Audioengine is the clear audiophile's choice. Audioengine's A2+ Wireless speakers are ideal for anyone who doesn't want to sacrifice stereo separation, accuracy, or DSP-free audio in the Bluetooth era. Sign up for Lab Report to get the latest reviews and top product advice delivered right to your inbox
Audioengine A2+multimedia speakers review: Excellent PC speakers get slightly better
The power adapter has been redesigned and is now smaller. Sarah Tew/CNETConclusion Like with the original A2s, we have no problem recommending the plus version of the product. If you're looking for a set of compact, good-looking PC speakers that deliver great sound for their size, the Audioengine A2+ certainly fits the bill
Have to brag about my thrift store score of a lifetime
My previous reference point is a set of Fluance AI40, and a set of Audioengine A2 on a nuforce udaq. The B&W, despite being 24 years old, clean the floor with both of them. Crystal clear highs, smooth and punchy bass that I never found the bottom of. Mids were lacking a little, but a slight tweak on the EQ and they’re as perfect as my ear can hear.
Audioengine A2+ Wireless Review: Beautiful design with crisp, warm audio
5 millimeter USB input, bluetooth, pairing button and outputs to the right side. Speaker give plenty of options for connectivity on the a2 plus Wireless. The speakers look and feel great Audio engines, attention to detail and materials and design is easy to spot all over the speaker, bluetooth, 5
Decent speakers for their size, but be sure to manage your expectations
A2+ are decent speakers, especially for their size. However, make sure you set your expectations as to what they are and are not. These speakers look really cool, especially in red. The sound quality is great for the highs and mids. Crisp and clear with good separation of instruments. Certain kinds ...
I don't usually leave reviews..
I'm not the type to leave reviews or complain often, but these are some of the actual worst speakers I have ever seen, let alone purchased in my life. The only 1 redeemable quality about these speakers is that they look nice, but that's where my compliments end. For a $260 speaker, this has worse ou...
If they only sounded as good as they looked.
Ok, so lets get this out of the way. These things look SICK!. However, I was immensly disaapointed with the sound quality for the price here. Still a lot of chords needed for a "wireless" setup". Low end was very muddy, and overall they sound very boxy. I spent 2 hours messing around with different ...