Audioengine HD6 aptX-HD Bluetooth premium speakers

Audioengine is really serious concerning the sound of your own music. Their valuable HD6 powered bookshelf speakers provide outstanding sound quality. And they’re flexible enough to use with just about any sort of source – turntable, personal computer, or TV. You can also stream through Bluetooth from your smartphone or tablet. And the speakers look as very good as they sound – they’re housed in tough, low-vibration MDF cabinets with hand-polished furniture level finishes. Removable magnetic grilles let you either cover up the speakers, or show them off in all their old style magnificence.Audioengine HD6 Wireless Speakers

Easy setup
The Audioengine HD6 Wireless Speakers system can be set up in a few minutes. Connect the left channel speaker, which includes the system’s amplification, directly into an AC outlet. Then run the supplied connector cable to the right channel speaker. After that connect your sound sources.

The HD6 has optical digital input for TV audio. It furthermore has an RCA stereo input for your turntable with built/in preamp or some other audio component. A stereo mini-jack allows you connect practically any kind of portable device. Or you can go wireless by using Bluetooth.

Bluetooth 5.0 with aptX-HD®
The Audioengine HD6 Wireless speakers uses aptX-HD, an superior type of Bluetooth wireless streaming. It enables suitable devices to stream audio signals at close to CD quality. The system also operates with earlier forms of Bluetooth. For that reason, you can play your tunes wirelessly from almost any portable device. You receive an powerful wireless range of up to 100 feet. Photo: Audioengine

Top quality drivers and amplification
Every single Audioengine HD6 speaker features two custom drivers: a 1” silk dome tweeter for crystal clear, precise levels, and a 5-1/2” Kevlar woofer for nice and clean, precise mid-range and stable bass. An RCA line-level output lets you connect a powered subwoofer – such as the Audioengine S8 – for quite possibly deeper lows. The left and right speakers are each one driven by a 50-watt Class A/B monoblock amplifier, for sound that is clear, punchy, and fast. The amplifiers are supplied with constant current by a toroidal transformer for most effective overall performance.Audioengine HD6 Wireless Speakers

Audioengine HD6 Wireless speakers specs:


  • Type
    Powered Bluetooth aptX HD speaker system

    Amplifier Type
    Class AB

    Power Output
    150 W peak power total (50 W RMS / 75 W peak per channel), AES

    5.5″ aramid fiber woofers

    1″ silk dome tweeters

    3.5 mm stereo mini-jack, RCA L/R, digital optical (SPDIF,) Bluetooth aptX

    RCA variable line-out

    Input Voltages
    115/240 V, 50/60 Hz manually switchable

    >95 dB (typical A-weighted)

    <0.05% at all power settings

    <50 dB

    Frequency Response
    50 Hz-22 kHz ±1.5 dB

    Analog Input Impedence
    48K ohms unbalanced (mini-jack and RCA inputs)

    Output current limiting, thermal over-temperature, power on/off transient protection, replaceable external main fuse

    Power Consumption
    Idle: 10 W
    Mute: 6 W
    Sleep: 4 WAudioengine HD6 Wireless Speakers


    Internal D/A Converter
    AKM AK4396

    Input Bit Depth
    24 bit (padded)

    Bluetooth Receiver Type
    Bluetooth 5.0

    Supported Codecs
    aptX HD, aptX, AAC, SBC

    Wireless Operation Range
    Up to 100 ft (30 m) typical

    Input Data Rate
    Determined by Bluetooth

    Wireless Latency
    ~30 milliseconds (ms)


    Internal D/A converter
    AKM AK4396

    Input Bit Depth
    up to 24 bit native

    Sample Rate
    up to 192 kHz native


    Dimensions (HWD)
    Left speaker (active)
    Dimensions: 11.75″ (30 cm) x 7.25″ (18.5 cm) x 10″ (25 cm)
    Right speaker (passive)
    Dimensions: 11.75″ (30 cm) x 7.25″ (18.5 cm) x 10″ (25 cm)

    Left (active) – 17.5 lb (8 kg)
    Right (passive) – 12.5 lb (5.5 kg)

    Total Shipping Weight
    33.5 lb (15 kg)

    Shipping Box Dimensions (LWH)
    20″ (51 cm) x 15″ (38 cm) x 17″ (43 cm)


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