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Audioengine's new A2+ wireless speakers could be your ideal desktop audio setup

By Kenny Yeo - on 18 Mar 2019, 11:11am

Audioengine's new A2+ wireless speakers could be your ideal desktop audio setup

(Image source: Audioengine)

The Audioengine A2+ wireless speakers are the company's new iteration of their ever-popular A2+ computer speakers.

As its name suggests, these are essentially wireless versions of the A2+ speakers.

The new A2+ wireless speakers support the latest Bluetooth 5.0 standard. Supported codecs include aptX, AAC, and SBC. This means it will play well with iOS and Android devices alike.

The speakers themselves have a host of connectivity options. You have a USB input, so you can output digital audio directly from your system to the speaker and have the speaker's internal DAC handle all the digital to analog conversion.

You also have your regular analog inputs via RCA jacks. And you have another 3.5mm stereo input. As for outputs, you have RCA jacks which can be used to output to an amplifier, another pair of speakers, or subwoofers.

The speakers themselves feature 2.75-inch aramid fiber woofers and 0.75-inch silk dome tweeters. The built-in amplifier is Class-AB and have a combined peak power output of 60W. Audioengine says they are great for desktops or small rooms.

The Audioengine A2+ wireless speakers come in three finishes: satin black, hi-gloss white, and hi-gloss red. They are priced at S$469.