Reviews and Problems with Acoustic Energy Aegis One
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Value for money 10
Byron4 a AudioPhile, Audio Review
9 March 2012
Summary: This product was purchased based on the reviews of www.audioreview.com and became my introduction to this forum. When I bought these speakers every review gave it 5 stars despite being such an inexpensive product.
Summary: Bought these speakers from ebay for £26 recently with a view to using them in bedroom as replacements for my fatman system and tried them firstly with my main system which is a Naim pre/power 102/180 system for which main source is internet radio, these boxes really sing well with this combination...
Summary: Picked these up recently second hand for £60. They are have very solidly built cabinets, with good drivers, crossovers and internal wiring. The bass driver is a custom aluminium unit and the tweeter a silk soft dome.
Summary: Personally, this is one of my best investments, $130 Singapore dollars ! CHEAP but VERY VERY GOOD ! Hard to find nowadays. Beat even my Usher S-520 I believe. These Aegis One beauties have put to shame even a number of my expensive branded floorstanders.
Summary: One of the best at the price and quite a bit more.Clean and refined for a budget speaker.Very good on vocals and can go loud as well without cracking up. Overall they are neural and warm at the same time. Beat many more expensive speakers i've had including KEF Q1
Summary: A fine little speaker that reproduces female vocals especially well. They seem extremely well built for the price. Two problems must be mentioned. First is a lack of bass, but that is to be expected at this price. The second is there lack of dynamics at low volume settings.
Summary: I've got a pair of AE Aegis Evo One (the new incarnation of Aegis One) after almost 3 months of auditioning sessions on most HI-FI shops in Bucharest, Romania. My listening test included: KEF Coda 70, B&W DM303, B&W 601 S3, Tannoy MX2, Dali Blue 2002, Sony SSB2ED, and some JBL's, Jamo's, Mission's...
Summary: well...this speaker worth every penny i spent on it...and the sound quality is above my expectation...i been using this on a Computer soundcard's output which still yielding some respectable result even just from a soundcard..
Summary: I bought an old pair of Aegis ones from a relative who used same in HT system. At first, I hooked the pair up with ARC SP 9 Mk II preamp/Quicksilver 60w mono amps and the strengths in the bass, mid and highs of the speakers were very evident.
Summary: Associated Gear: 55W Rotel Receiver Rega Planet Target Speaker Stands Radio Shack "Megawire" Cables NHT Subwoofer and separate 100W NHT Amp I bought these speakers after moving my NHT SuperOnes into my home theatre.