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Audioengine A2+ Desktop Speakers

The new A2+ speakers by Audioengine are the perfect compliment for your desktop computer. The successor to the popular and award-winning Audioengine A2 speakers(take a look at the insanely happy Amazon reviews) just got better. The A2+ speakers have kept the same look, hand-built and wrapped in beautiful wood cabinets with a hand-polished finish. They now feature an output to connect a subwoofer and you can even go wireless with the optional Audioengine W3 adapter. Available in black or white. watch the video

Learn more at Audioengine or pick them up from Amazon
Available for purchase in Europe here





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