Friday, March 03, 2006


The Audio Engine 5: Huge Sound, Small Size

There has been much buzz surrounding Apple’s recent introduction of the iPod Hi-Fi single-cabinet speaker system with its 5″ woofer. But as you may be aware, it’s not the only high-quality speaker solution available for the iPod; there are many alternatives. Audioengine 5 is a full-size speaker system in a bookshelf-sized package. Internal power amps eliminate the need to connect the Audioengine 5 to a bulky stereo receiver or power amplifier. And with built-in subwoofer ports, the Audioengine 5 adds incredible low-end bass without the need for an external subwoofer. Designed for optimal ease of setup and versatility, the Audioengine 5 has a built-in power port for iPod charging while listening to your music, watching movies, or playing games. For listening to real stereo sound Audioengine is all you need. If you want awesome speakers for your portable music player, TV or DVD player, the Audioengine 5 system does the job. It is compatible with and designed for the iPod nano and iPod video, MP3 players, LCD/plasma TV, videogame players, DVD/Portable DVD players, PDAs and mobile phones. The system features a USB power charging port for the iPod. The speakers are hand-built and tuned cabinets with a white, high-gloss furniture-grade finish and it has a 3 year transferrable warranty.

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