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#148895 4-Jul-2014 12:27
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Is anyone aware of any NZ outlets for Audioengine (at a decent price)? I was looking at purchasing a D1 and A5+ set, but the prices I've seen locally are way off. (a5+ retails for 399US, but here is close to $800NZD).
The D1 is $388 NZ locally, but only 169 US, if from the states.






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  #1080896 4-Jul-2014 12:38
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I had the same problem and couldn't find anyone locally selling the A5+'s for a sensible price. That said, I have spoken to the guy that runs Stereotype a few times and he seems decent and open to negotiation, so it might be worth giving them a ring?

I held off buying the things last year when the original distributors pulled out of the line as I thought I would have problems with warranty and support - given that they were selling existing stock off for around the $450 mark, I am kicking myself now!






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  #1080968 4-Jul-2014 13:51
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wiseguys sometimes have it on sale sometimes, I got an A5+ for $599

 
 
 
 


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  #1081129 4-Jul-2014 18:37
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Item: I had the same problem and couldn't find anyone locally selling the A5+'s for a sensible price. That said, I have spoken to the guy that runs Stereotype a few times and he seems decent and open to negotiation, so it might be worth giving them a ring?

I held off buying the things last year when the original distributors pulled out of the line as I thought I would have problems with warranty and support - given that they were selling existing stock off for around the $450 mark, I am kicking myself now!



Thanks mate, I might give them a call tomorrow or Monday to see if they can help out. Seems these have gone up astronomically and the only reason I can think of is because they're so popular now. They're not EOL AFAIK.



livisun: wiseguys sometimes have it on sale sometimes, I got an A5+ for $599
 
Yeah, I'll have ot keep an eye out.

I might just see if its worth getting off amazon. Don't know if its worth waiting for it to go on sale.





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  #1081140 4-Jul-2014 19:13
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Excellent speakers.

I bought mine in Melbourne: http://www.scorptec.com.au/product/Speakers/2.0/Audioengine

At the time there was no NZ distributor.




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  #1081810 6-Jul-2014 12:56
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Sideface: Excellent speakers.

I bought mine in Melbourne: http://www.scorptec.com.au/product/Speakers/2.0/Audioengine

At the time there was no NZ distributor.


Thanks for that - did they allow you to send internationally? or did you have to have a postage forwarder?





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Pricing's really gone awry I bought the A2's back in 2012 for 190NZD from Aquilatech, they don't sell any Audioengine products any more though.





 
 
 
 


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Aaroona:
Sideface: Excellent speakers.

I bought mine in Melbourne: http://www.scorptec.com.au/product/Speakers/2.0/Audioengine

At the time there was no NZ distributor.


Thanks for that - did they allow you to send internationally? or did you have to have a postage forwarder?


I bought them when I was in Melbourne, so I can't answer your question.
Great little speakers smile




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  #1081848 6-Jul-2014 14:46
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I bought them when I was in Melbourne, so I can't answer your question.
Great little speakers smile


No worries, I've sent them a query to see if they will ship to NZ. Heres to hoping they say yes





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Aaroona:
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I bought them when I was in Melbourne, so I can't answer your question.
Great little speakers smile


No worries, I've sent them a query to see if they will ship to NZ. Heres to hoping they say yes


Any luck? (I'm thinking of buying a second pair myself)




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  #1086700 10-Jul-2014 20:08
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Aaroona:
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I bought them when I was in Melbourne, so I can't answer your question.
Great little speakers smile


No worries, I've sent them a query to see if they will ship to NZ. Heres to hoping they say yes


Any luck? (I'm thinking of buying a second pair myself)



No luck. They didn't respond, which is disappointing. Still looking for a decent supplier :(





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