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[London Drugs] AudioEngine A2+ 199.99 at London Drugs

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[London Drugs] AudioEngine A2+ 199.99 at London Drugs

First time posting, saw this deal and bought, thought it was a pretty good price, haven’t really seen audioengine stuff go on sale.

https://www.londondrugs.com/audioengine ... 98091.html
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Jun 7, 2017
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Not bad; cheapest it has been on Amazon was $215 for one morning back in November.

EDIT: Actually, those Amazon ones are the wireless model; these are wired. A bit less hot
Newbie
Dec 12, 2017
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I bought the original A2's as PC speakers about 8 years ago and they are still going strong. They sound great and put out impressive bass for such small speakers. I highly recommend them if you are looking for speakers in this price range.
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Feb 25, 2006
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Calgary
Can anyone comment on these versus the Edifier R1010BT I bought on a lighting deal a couple of months ago?
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kingpin748 wrote: Can anyone comment on these versus the Edifier R1010BT I bought on a lighting deal a couple of months ago?
*canned answer justifying keeping/returning your purchase*
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Wat
Anyone know a good (cheap) place to buy replacement power adapters for audio engine speakers?
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Jun 15, 2017
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Wiseman wrote: Anyone know a good (cheap) place to buy replacement power adapters for audio engine speakers?
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dvdvideo wrote: At this price, as it has a subwoofer out, you can pair with a cheap subwoofer and you have a killer combo for a pc at a reasonable price.
Do you have any recommendations? Picked an A2+ up today.
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Jul 17, 2012
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Kamloops
tempted lol. i have the kanto yaro2 from a few years ago staple deal at 180 bucks. comes with a good dac amp but not like the audioengine has built in power. i had the a5+ bought for 250 bucks when NCIX was alive (300+ 50 gift card). i do still miss that one. it's just so darn big. these should be same size as my kanto and i bet the sound will be extremely similar. probably not worth the hassle to replace. but good find though. if the a5+ is back to 300 i will definitely get one. i think maybe there are a lot of good speakers at 300 since it's been a long time since a5+ release. for 300 it can compare to good headphones costing a lot more and it's a speaker so definitely more fun.
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I'm surprised these haven't come down in price since 2014.

Good speakers, just wish they had headphone out, power and volume controls up front for easy access.
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chewyyceee wrote: Do you have any recommendations? Picked an A2+ up today.
Not a ton of cheap ones out there, try and stick to an 8" model for speed, polk makes a decent one thst goes kn sale for $150. Or hit kijiji or canuckaudiomart for a good used one cheap.......subwoofer from 10yrs ago often just as good today.
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Solid pair of speakers, been running my set for like... 5 years no problems.
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Nov 25, 2016
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Burnaby
One of my friends had one a few years ago, were a dust and scratch magnet. Nice for smooth detailed sound without booming bass, suited for desktop listening but I'd go with headphones for that kind of use personally.
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Jan 27, 2011
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Great desktop speakers! I'm now using the Audioengine A5+ speakers with an audioengine D1 DAC for office use...never had such a blast working from home

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