Audioengine HD3 Wireless Speaker System Launched
Audioengine has introduced the HD3 wireless music system.
The HD3 is billed as a complete music system that allows you to listen to all of your music from any source - connect any way you like: wireless or wired, digital or analogue. It allows you to play your music library or stream TIDAL, Spotify, Pandora, and YouTube from just about anywhere in your house without, they promise, any dropouts. The HD3 is said to work with all your favourite audio players and streaming music services.
“Classic speaker design with no plastic, full stereo sound, whole-house wireless and no setup hassles make HD3 the ultimate mini music system.” says Brady Bargenquast (great name), Audioengine co-founder.
Amplifiers are built inside the left speaker and connections for your phone, tablet, computer, and turntable - and you can even add a subwoofer – are all included. Wireless setup takes about a minute, according to the manufacturer, as there’s no software to install, no apps to download, and no Wi-Fi passwords to enter. If you’re using HD3 at your desk, connect up direct to your computer with a USB cable for a high-end listening experience. But if you’re not keen on USB or wireless you can use one of the included audio cables. The HD3 also includes an ‘audiophile-quality’ headphone amplifier.
Dave Evans, Audioengine co-founder added, “We designed the award-winning HD Series for the way people listen to music these days and HD3 is another game-changer for home, office, and personal audio.”
Deign-wise, Audioengine has styled the HD3 with aluminium trim accents, detachable magnetic grills, and real wood veneers with custom Kevlar woofers and silk tweeters.
HD3 has a retail price of $399 per pair, in the States, but can be purchased worldwide; we await UK pricing details.
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