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How Does the Cost of Audioengine Speakers Compare to Other Wireless Systems?

Wireless speakers sound better when you pay a reasonable price for them.

For most first-time wireless speaker and audio equipment shoppers, one of the greatest concerns (other than quality) is price.

If you aren’t accustomed to comparing costs on such (frequently) high-dollar audio equipment, how can you be sure you’re getting the best product for your hard-earned cash? Customer reviews can be helpful, but only give you so much insight when it comes to the ideal system to bring into your home or office. What one consumer might consider a healthy level of bass and sound quality, another may not. When it comes to optimizing cost for value, Audioengine’s wireless speakers more than measure up to the test.

There are a lot of brands to choose from, and that means a lot of price ranges and levels of quality to sift through before you commit to a purchase. If you want to go ahead and spring for the best products, you’ll want to find products that specify studio quality, or studio-grade in a system, which means that prices can start at $500 or even more for the same type of speaker set as Audioengine’s HD3 wireless speakers (which sells for $399); the HD3 not only includes the wireless capabilities, but is also has almost unlimited versatility as a mini music system powerhouse.

Above anything else, it’s important to do your research and make sure that the speaker set you want to purchase is going to fit the bill for not only the purposes you have in mind, but also goes for a reasonable price.

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All of our products are designed for everyday use and versatility. What sets our powered and wireless speakers apart from the rest is our attention to detail, easy set-up products, and affordable prices; they reflect the professional quality and attention to detail that other wireless speakers often lose, making them the perfect complete package.


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