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[Pre Order] Audioengine HDP6 Passive Bookshelf Speakers Pair US$245 (~A$332.59) + US$127.75 (~A$172.40) Shipping @ Drop


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I have been chasing decent PC desktop speakers and these seem pretty good, now just need to find an amp.

Cheapest I have was able to find was $679.00 at Umart

So about 25% cheaper and about $174 less.

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  • https://www.scorptec.com.au/product/speakers/2.0/71773-hdp6-... $550 plus post

    I'd rather go local, Drop's shipping is glacial at the best of times and you'd want to make 100% sure it has local returns.

  • BTW, anyone know of a good 2.0/2.1 speaker setup for a small desktop? I was thinking of Audioengine A2+ or HD3 with a sub. Alternative options are Kanto YU2 or YU4 with a sub. The desk space couldn't fit large speakers otherwise I am perfectly happy with my Edifier R2000DB.

    • S350DB is small bookshelf’s & a sub in one package.
      I’m pretty sure the S350DB bookshelfs would be the same size or smaller than the A2’s (check measurements).

      It was (just checked) $309 Delivered @ Wireless1 (Expires today).
      But they are out-of-stock now.
      (Could be worth checking the S350DB link in an open tab, someone could cancel their order, only 5 hours left of discount code though)

  • Better speakers to be had locally for the around the same price or even lower. Pioneer - SP-BS22LR, Elac Debut 2.0 B5.2, Cambridge Audio SX50. If you want active you could go with the Kanto YU series or the Yamaha HS5s.

  • Why wouldn’t you go with AudioEngine A5+ (good) or Swann M200mkiii (better) which are active speakers for similar cost? I’ve had both and they are more than enough for a small room let alone a PC. Also Swan M240 which adds Bluetooth.