Released earlier this year, Audioengine’s A2+ Wireless Computer Speakers are a high-quality mini music system for your desktop, bookshelf, or other small space. The two speakers put out a lot of sound for their compact size, which comes as no surprise since they share the same bones as their predecessors, the wired A2+, except now with easy Bluetooth connectivity for all your devices.
They didn’t add just any old Bluetooth chip either — these bad boys employ aptX HD technology for high-definition (24-bit) playback over Bluetooth. That high-quality audio translates quite nicely through the speakers themselves, thanks to their aramid fiber (essentially, Kevlar) woofers and silk tweeters, which are built into cabinets precision-tuned to offer clear, powerful sound with a superb low-end.
The back side of the left speaker is where you’ll find the majority of your inputs/outputs and other options:
The speakers come in three colors for $269 on Amazon: