HD6 Reviewed in The Absolute Sound — Audioengine Skip to Content
HD6 Wireless Speakers Satin Black

HD6 Reviewed in The Absolute Sound

HD6 Premium Powered Speakers

Since its release at CES 2016, the Audioengine HD6 has received a lot of praise. From CNET to Digital Audio Review to Metal-Fi, the reviews have all been positive. But it's praise from within the established audiophile crowd that we appreciate the most. That's why we just had to share this review from The Absolute Sound:

Audioengine HD6: Crossover Vehicle

For any audio company, making the leap from the desktop to the listening room is not the simple, slam-dunk proposition it might appear to be. The goals are often at odds with each other and require different skill and feature sets. The desktop experience is more intimate and personal, while the listening room is more inclusive and often shared. Audioengine, however, is not just a loudspeaker company. With an innate grasp of the market, its strength as a desktop and personal listening specialist involves a panoply of products from powered speakers, to DACs, to wireless systems, to accessories, and cables. The new HD6 loudspeaker is arguably the most versatile piece of gear Audioengine has come up with yet. Powered, DAC-equipped, and Bluetooth-enabled, the two-way HD6 is comfortable on a desk or shelf, or flanking a flat panel, or set out in the room on a pair of stands. The HD6 is a crossover product like few others.

Read More →

Prev Post
Audioengine Expands HD Series with HD3 Wireless Music System
HD3 Wireless Speakers Walnut
Next Post
Stereophile Magazine's Audioengine Review
best speakers for turntable