If it wasn’t for Audioengine dabbling in everything from passive speakers to Bluetooth receivers, you could reasonably assume that its name was dreamt up by The Cheesecake Factory or Muffin Mix school of literal branding.
The ‘engine’ driving its tenth anniversary flagship powered speakers, the HD6 Wirelesses, takes the form of a 50W Class A/B amplifier. This is housed in the left-hand speaker, driving its 14cm Kevlar mid/bass and 25mm silk tweeter.
The signal for the right channel is then fed to the passive right speaker through a banana plug-terminated cable – the ‘wireless’ name shouldn’t be taken too literally here – and you have two thirds of a system in just two boxes.
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