Bookshelf Speakers | Wireless | Active / Powered |
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Our HD Series was designed for the way people listen to music today— streaming wirelessly, digital downloads, vinyl, etc. HD3 sets a new standard for compact mini music systems because of its versatility and ability to play all of your music from any device.
Connect to HD3 any way you like: wirelessly or wired, digital or analog. Stream your music library, TIDAL, Spotify, Pandora, YouTube, etc. to HD3 from just about anywhere in your house without dropouts. Wireless setup is a breeze and only takes about a minute. And if you’re using HD3 on your desktop, connect up with a USB cable. The USB input bypasses your computer’s built-in low-quality headphone jack for a high-end listening experience. But if you’re not keen on USB or wireless you can still use any audio cable to connect.
Easy setup, simple and useful features, and wide stereo sound make HD3 your go-to music system. HD3 is expandable, so if you want deeper bass just connect up your subwoofer. No matter how you listen to music, HD3 has you covered.
HD3 includes a dedicated high-performance headphone output so you can listen and not wake the neighbors. Its audiophile-quality headphone amplifier delivers high-end sound that drives even the most-demanding headphones.
Built-in power amplifiers save space and eliminate the need to connect HD3 to a stereo receiver or external power amp. Simply plug the left speaker into a power outlet and connect the included speaker wire from the left to the right speaker. All internal components of the HD3 are designed and tuned together, so you’ll get Audioengine’s Signature Sound and a much more efficient system than traditional separate speakers and amplifier.
|Works With||Mac, PC, tablets, or smartphones
All operating systems (Windows, MacOS, Linux, iOS, Android)
All audio player apps and music streaming services (iTunes, Youtube, Spotify, Pandora, etc.)
Any product with Bluetooth, mini-jack or RCA outputs, or USB audio
All Audioengine digital-to-analog converters and wireless audio adapters
|Type||2.0 powered multimedia speaker system|
|Amplifier type||Dual Class A/B monolithic|
|Power output||60W peak power total (15W RMS / 30W peak per channel), AES|
|Drivers||2.75″ Kevlar woofers, 3/4" silk dome tweeters|
|Inputs||3.5mm stereo mini-jack, stereo RCA, USB, Bluetooth|
|Outputs||RCA variable line-out, 3.5mm mini-jack headphone out|
|Input voltages||115/240V, 50/60Hz manually switchable|
|Freqency response||65Hz-22kHz ±2.0dB|
|Input impedance||50K ohms unbalanced|
|USB Connection Type||Micro-USB|
|USB Input bit depth||24-bits, upsampled|
|USB Input data rate||44.1KHz/48KHz|
|Supported Codecs||aptX, AAC, SBC|
|Wireless operation range||Up to 30m|
|Dimensions (each)||7"(H) x 4.25"(W) x 5.5"(D)|
|Weight||1.8Kg (left) and 1.5Kg (right)|
|Included in the box||HD3 powered (left) speaker
HD3 passive (right) speaker
Speaker wire (16AWG), 2 meters (~6.5 feet)
AC power cable
Mini-jack audio cable, 1.5 meters (~5 feet)
USB cable, 1.5 meters (~5 feet)
Microfiber speaker bags
Microfiber cable bag
Microfiber power supply bag
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I held high expectations for the HD3s. As I unpacked them, I felt pangs of nostalgia over the wires and cables. It's been awhile since I plugged a pair of nice speakers into my computer. So, while the HD3s are capable of streaming music over Bluetooth, I started my evaluation by plugging them in.
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