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Audioengine A2+ Wireless 60W Powered Desktop Speakers $319.20 Delivered @ Brandtactics via Amazon AU


Hi all,

The prices of these dropped to $319.00 initially, and then changed to $319.20 at time of posting.

Available in all three colors although white presently has limited stock (4).

White here: - https://www.amazon.com.au/Audioengine-A2-Wireless-Desktop-Sp...

Red here: - https://www.amazon.com.au/Audioengine-A2-Wireless-Desktop-Sp...

Black: - https://www.amazon.com.au/Audioengine-A2-Wireless-Desktop-Sp...

Don't forget shopback is offering an additional 10% off (max cap of $25.00) between 6pm to 8pm (AEDT). Info found here https://www.ozbargain.com.au/node/665946

You might wish to select Computer Alliance as the seller for $319.00 (black only).


Price History at C CamelCamelCamel.
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  • +2

    this or Edifier

    • +1

      I own these, aesthetically pleasing and they sound pretty darn good for the size of the speaker (about 100mm). A larger speaker will have more bass ofc if that's what you are after.

    • +5

      I have the Edifiers R1700BT and R1280T and these Audioengine A2+.
      Both the edifiers are decent, they have a lot of Bass which the audioengine barely has any in my opinion (a bit too much bass but theres a knob at the back where you can tone it down).
      A2 is a lot sleeker, smaller and it looks A LOT NICER!. Dialogue sounds more clear on the A2 but thats just how I feel since theres no bass to muddy the sound. It doesnt sound very amazing for anything other than dialogue (people speaking). Movies and music is pretty bland and flat on it. Not worth the price unless you just like how it looks and the pc you are hooking it up to only runs stuff like youtube.
      Edifiers are heaps cheaper, sounds fuller and has a remote. Downside is that it is quite big which takes up quite a bit of the desk space.

      • Thanks for the feedback. I guess there is no beating edifier in that price range.

  • +3

    The entry level Audioengine product range has a lot of bad reviews compared to Edifiers.
    In terms of active speakers I would get an Edifier over this but there are other reasons as to why you might consider this such as size, Bluetooth support and aesthetics.

    You may want to consider larger active speakers in the $500 price range such as the JBL Stage A130
    And if you’re willing to go the extra ozbargain mile to setup a passive system, I’d spend $180 on an SMSL Bluetooth amplifier then grab some SPBS22LRs for $139.

    • I'm not sure where you get that info. Google this speaker and you'll only find good reviews.

      • +1

        Well I mentioned range and there’s plenty in the entry level. But here’s some more info as to why A2+ might not be the best.
        Frequency response isn’t that great relative to most speakers but is great relative to smaller speakers and the reason why it doesn’t have a better response curve is because there are hard limitations to a 2.75” woofer and how it’ll sound. To an average person who doesn’t listen to hifi, these will work fine.

        • You're being very specific now compared to generally labelling the whole entry level range as "bad". Ultimately your link doesn't change the fact that almost every review of these speakers are really good.

          • @C0mbat: If you are an audiophile who doesn’t treat listening to different speakers like they’re drinking different wines and objectively values sound reproduction then from their frequency responses these are definitely not top performers for their price.

          • @C0mbat: The a5+ got incredible reviews, but I disliked them. Reviews aren’t everything at all. I would guess most works order the fuller and more versatile nature of edifier

  • These are great desk speakers, I've had mine for about a year and they're fantastic. They have a small footprint and are reasonably short which is what I wanted for my desk speakers. If you're looking for room speakers for a large-ish space though these are not it. Sitting directly in-front of them is great and perfect for my use case.

    • i have the older version and that’s exactly what I use them for as well. Perfect for that

  • spec

    Power output: 60W peak power total (15W RMS / 30W peak per channel), AES
    Drivers: 2.75″ aramid fiber woofers, 3/4″ silk dome tweeters

  • These are actually fairly well regarded on the audiophile forums and the like.
    However if you are willing to put in a bit of extra research and effort, it is generally recommended to buy a set of passive speakers like the edifier p17 or micca mb42x and pair them with a cheap amp. This will be cheaper and more versatile

    • I'm looking at the P17 on Amazon now and it looks like their on sale.
      Would you have any recommendations for a stereo integrated amp?
      I'm not too clued in on this stuff

  • Black ones have actually dropped to $309 as of writing. So tempted, cheapest I’ve seen them in my travels

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