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Audioengine A2
6.2 out of 10

Audioengine A2

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Review: Audioengine A2 Portable Speaker System

Electronic House
1 July 2010
  • Excerpt: With small dimensions, a pretty finish, power to spare, and two accommodating inputs, Audioengine's Desktop A2 speaker system can augment several of your audio sources.
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Overall 8
8.0

Audioengine 2

PC Magazine
26 December 2008
  • Conclusion: Audiophiles looking to amp up their PC sound should look no further than the Audioengine 2, but bass buffs should look elsewhere.
  • Pros: Accurate, pristine audio performance. Full-bodied but not overpowering bass. Handles high volumes well. Attractive design.
  • Cons: Large footprint. Not for those who seek subwoofer rumble. No remote or extra features.
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Overall 10
10

Expert Review

head-fi.org
5 October 2008
  • Summary: Sounds great, small footprint. look good. I use it with the airport express. Works great. Highly recommended.
  • Pros: loud, small, clear
  • Cons: n/a maybe power brick is a bit large
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Overall 8
8.0

Expert Review

head-fi.org
5 October 2008
  • Summary: WEBLOG: While staying at our temporary apartment in Sacramento, California (we’re here shopping for a new home), I badly needed a pair of small desktop speakers for my laptop. After much research online, comparing reviews and assessing the specifications, I ended up with the Audioengine A2‘s.
  • Pros: Attractive looks that oozes quality, great mids and treble, can go down to 60Hz, had auto-sleep function, size vs. performance is among the best
  • Cons: Bass is exaggerated by 6+ dB at around 160~180Hz, volume knob in the back, heavy for their size, no protective grill
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Overall 6
6.0

Expert Review

head-fi.org
5 October 2008
  • Summary: * September 2012 *   Previously I owned a Logitech 2:1 set up that packed some powerful bass, but after 6 years it was time for something new. I did lots of research on small 2:0 and 2:1 speaker setups that had good audio quality and it was Lunatique's review of them that persuaded me to purchase...
  • Pros: Audio Quality, Small Size, Build Quality, Packaging
  • Cons: Bass a little heavy
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Overall 10
10

Expert Review

head-fi.org
5 October 2008
  • Summary: Hi guys,   Now I am not a speaker guy by any means and mostly have crappy stock speakers around here (although I just upgraded my surround speakers for my NAD T747 to some Harmon Kardon 30BQ's) and this will be my first attempt at reviewing speakers.
  • Pros: Incredibly neutral sound with excellent clarity and imaging
  • Cons: None at all from what I've heard thus far
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Overall 9
9.0

Expert Review

head-fi.org
5 October 2008
  • Summary: I use these with my Audioengine D1 DAC (which is an excellent value DAC btw) and they really sing. The speakers have beautiful mids and highs for the size and price and although the bass is a bit lacking, it is of high quality. You can pair them with a sub if you want down the road.
  • Pros: Great mids and treble. Bass is surprisingly good. Fair price. Great build quality, really solid.
  • Cons: Could be a bit cheaper.
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Audioengine A2 Powered Loudspeakers

SoundStage!
16 August 2008
  • Excerpt: I’ve never given much of a fig either way about computer speakers. Oh, I know the gamers treasure a rumblin’, tumblin’, stumblin’ sound system, all the better to capture the Birth of the Universe when Gonthrax the Inevitable pounds the Sacred Hammer of Flangedoodle . . . sigh.
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Audioengine A2 Powered Loudspeakers

GoodSound!
1 July 2008
  • Excerpt: I’ve never given much of a fig either way about computer speakers. Oh, I know the gamers treasure a rumblin’, tumblin’, stumblin’ sound system, all the better to capture the Birth of the Universe when Gonthrax the Inevitable pounds the Sacred Hammer of Flangedoodle . . . sigh.
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Overall 9
9.0

Audioengine A2

maximum pc
25 June 2008
  • Excerpt: If you think a deploying a subwoofer is a prerequisite to obtaining big-time bass, you haven’t heard Audioengine’s A5 speakers. And if you’re convinced you at least need cabinets as big as those of the A5, you haven’t heard the diminutive Audioengine A2.
  • Pros: Amazing low-end frequency response from very small boxes; Kevlar woofers and silk drivers; MDF cabinets.
  • Cons: Lacks two of the best features found on the Audioengine A5; amp is adequate only for near-field listening or small rooms.
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