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What the community says about Audioengine HD3
- "Think of this as a souped-up version of the company's A2+ with Bluetooth functionality, logical front-mounted volume control knob, a better DAC, and a grill. All of this is in a package that is about an inch smaller than the A2+. The sound is also quite similar to the A2+ that even carries over through a Bluetooth signal. Wireless audio has come a long way and its a good time to be into this hobby. Check these out when you can."
- "I bought these for use with the stereo system in my living room but they work just as well on my desktop. They sound really good. They were very easy to set up and quite lightweight. The back of the speaker features a bass control which I found to be useful for my needs. For something small in size, they do put out quite a powerful sound. Overall, they are amazing speakers for the price and the size. "
- "Excellent sound and I really liked the retro design. Any way you could connect a device to a speaker, this speaker can do it. I was somewhat disappointed it didn't include a rechargeable battery so I could take them outside while I enjoyed my morning coffee. But, hey, nothing's perfect."
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