Audioengine A5+

Audioengine A5+

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4.2(21 reviews)
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  • 2.0
  • USB
  • Black, White, Grey …
  • Electric (not USB)
  • 50 W
  • Number of speakers: 2.0
  • USB
  • Available colours: Black, White, Grey, Wenge
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4.2 of 5 stars

Based on 21 reviews

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17/04/2015
Edited 02/09/2016
extremely sensitive to disturbance of mobile phones data traffic (it is well not fucking 1991 wtmf ..) Beep, beep, beep, eeeehp, beep .. precipice in damn quarter of an hour when the neighbor surfing with your mobile phone or when my phone syncs with Google Play type, which fyfan crap AE ..! Heard about MAGNETIC SHIELDING? FUCK !, go on sop soon ........! ________________________________________________________________________ Sounds damn good after a few months of recording. Do you have oily base required a separate sub, however (connected an old THX Cambridge SoundWorks where the sub-amplifier for front cars broke down) But it says well himself, required major elements of 20-30Hz .... negative is flashing LED in standby mode and that you have to fool around with the remote on /

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30/05/2015
Edited 31/05/2015
Bell Clean on the computer table. Affordable and incredibly well-playing. Had predecessors A5. When I would upgrade the choice was obvious. Playing together with a cheap XTZ 8 tumsbas, which is more than enough in the computer room. Very happy with this purchase.

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05/08/2013
Edited 08/03/2015
Really good sound for the money, have had these together with Audioengine D1 in just one year. Besides music and games, they fit well with the film, the fighting in "Band of Brothers" is disgusting fine. Do not worry about getting an extra sub, these do without. Visually there is not much to complain about but they are not the sexiest, pretty classy though. Update: After a while began potentiometer act strangely, sometimes when you turn the volume so raise it instead - very disturbing. The buttons on the remote control has dried down, poor materials.

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24/08/2014
Very big sound with plenty of pressure. They sound much bigger than they are. Moreover, surprisingly clean sound given the pressure and size. Though not entirely balanced, midrange drown easily in the base, I think. But very good speakers in the class!

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15/08/2014
Edited 20/08/2014
After reading this and a bunch of reviews, both text and Youtube I hit. Lets just say that I am more than happy, crazy good pressure and sound for its size. Thinking of pairing them with an Audioengine D1 to max out the sound even further when the sound card in my computer is not the sharpest available immediately. In some situations, it would probably not hurt if they had been sent with a front panel, so you can protect them if you want.

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