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  # 2324182 24-Sep-2019 19:51
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If you going to spend that much money why not get something with real pizazz like the klipsch powered speakers - R-41PM.


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  # 2324191 24-Sep-2019 20:23
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Sideface:

 

The Audioengine A2+ or A5+ will fill a bedroom with good quality sound - at a price.

 

Audioengine A2+BT Wireless Speakers - Satin Black $450

 

Audioengine A5+ Bluetooth Speakers - Black $880

 

The A5+ is significantly bigger - almost 4 times the volume of the A2+ - and sounds better - as it should, at almost twice the price.

 

I would suggest the A2+.

 

 

Looks like Computerlounge is one of the more expensive places to get it.

 

Check the Price comparison here on Geekzone to find the best prices.

 

Audioengine A2+

 

Audioengine A5+

 

Best price at the moment for A2+: $384
Best price at the moment for A5+: $686

 

 





 
 
 
 




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  # 2324193 24-Sep-2019 20:24
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prob: If you going to spend that much money why not get something with real pizazz like the klipsch powered speakers - R-41PM.

 

More expensive, quite a bit more than Edifier. I've emailed AudioEngine and they seem like they'll try to help me work out what's wrong with the A2's, so I'll follow that up first :)


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