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Audioengine P4B

Audioengine P4B
alaScore 83

40 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 40 reviews from magazines and websites.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Speakers the Audioengine P4B is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

Review analysis

(Based on 40 reviews)

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Audioengine AP4 BookShelf Speakers Review

 

Imagine this scenario: You've just graduated top of your class from a well-known college of loudspeakers. You aced all your courses and now you're ready to set the audio world on fire with what could be akin to the next Klipschorn or LS3/5. Job offers...

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Great sound at a good price

 

Really like these. I have the model in black (the bamboo is very nice, but not worth $75 in my opinion). These set up very easily, especially if you have the N22 Amp that is designed to be paired with these. However, they should work with any Amp in...

Sounds Clear ; Balanced sound, not too bright nor too much bass ; Solid Construction ; Size is perfect for variety of uses

Needs an Amp, as these are passive speakers ; Clear enough that I can hear imperfections and surface noise on my vinyl that I didn't hear before

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Audioengine P4

 

The AP4s have plenty to recommend them. Put them on your shortlist

Usefully small; exemplary finish at the money; sweetly articulate midrange; good integration

Fractionally bright at the top end, slightly inflexible at the bottom

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AudioEngine P4

 

The P4 a diminutive two-way model measuring just 40x232x165mm, available in black, white or a special bamboo finish for a premium price. That slit along the bottom is actually a bass port, and its internally braced MDF cabinet feels very solid, if...

Very compact, quality components, crisp, clean midrange

Bass isn't very convincing, treble can be a little harsh

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