Open box return. Regular price $699. Sold as-is. (also, that rear shot is of the walnut model, but I'm leaving it in place so you can see the back of the speaker)
When Audioengine sent me the prototype for the HD6 to take for a spin, I could not have predicted that I would get my hands on an integrated speaker system that offered so much function, so much great tone, for well under $1000.
The tone is the most balanced and neutral Audioengine speaker to date, with plenty of punch for louder passages, and smoother lows than our top-selling A5+. I'm inclined to say they're worth the upgrade just for the tone, but Audioengine threw in tons of functionality with a built-in 24-bit / 192k DAC, Bluetooth receiver (aptX), and great new wood finishes that make these a cut above your typical powered home speaker. You're going to love them.
- 2.0 powered bookshelf-style speaker system featuring wireless and digital optical inputs
- 150W peak power total (50W RMS, 75W peak per channel)
- Inputs: 3.5mm mini-jack, RCA L/R, digital optical (SPDIF,) Bluetooth aptX
- Outputs: Variable line-out w/2.0V RMS max output, 47ohm output impedance
- Voltage: 115/240V, 50/60Hz manually-switchable
- Amplifier: Analog dual-class A/B monolithic
- Drivers: 5.5" Kevlar woofers, 1" silk dome tweeters
- SNR: >95dB (typical A-weighted)
- THD+N: <0.05% at all power settings
- Frequency response: 50Hz-22kHz ±1.5dB