Audio Engine P4 - Altavoz de estantería de 250 W (2 x 125 W, estéreo), marrón
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Descripción del producto
Adecuado para uso en exteriores: No
Altura: 22,8 cm
Altura de la caja: 33 cm
Ancho: 14 cm
Ancho de la caja: 46 cm
Color del producto: Marrón
Conectar y usar (Plug and Play): Si
Divisor de frecuencia: 2800 Hz
Magnéticamente protegida: Si
Material de la carcasa: MDF
Número de hablantes: 2
Obstrucción: 4 Ohmio
Peso del altavoz: 2,75 kg
Peso del paquete: 7,25 kg
Profundidad: 16,5 cm
Profundidad de la caja: 22,8 cm
Rango de frecuencia: 58 - 22000 Hz
Sensibilidad: 88 Db
Tamaño de tweeter: 2 cm
Tamaño del tweeter: 1,9 cm (0.75")
Tamaño del woofer: 10,16 cm (4")
Tecnología de conectividad: Alámbrico
Tipo de altavoces: De 2 vías
Tipo de imán: Neodimio
Ubicación de bocina: montable en techo, Piso, Mesa/estante, Montar en la pared
Uso recomendado: Universal
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They look lovely. Feel solid. Slightly heavier than expected. Don't come with tweeter/dome covers (not needed, they look great), and they sound absolutely lovely, especially when playing high quality classical music or divas like Adele.
They're attached to my Sonos:Connect AMP system. Great combination. I can actually hear the difference between standard (192kbps) and high-def (320kbps) streaming audio for the first time in my life. In this combination they sound best when I turn up the volume a little more than I'm used to (they're 4 Ohm). Sound unreal when at ear level, but still great when mounted on the wall. I've never had them on max. volume, but turned them up very loud, and never heard any distortion. Crystal clear (depending on the source, you will notice the difference between good/bad MP3s, high/low bitrate audio streams, old/remastered versions of songs).
Very happy with my purchase. I've been recommending them to anyone that wants to hear it, and some who don't.
PS I have two Sonos Play:5s (presently ~ $400 each) in stereo configuration in another room. These P4s sound much much better. I would recommend that you get a Sonos Connect:AMP (~ $500) and a set of these, vs two P5s. You'd save yourself $50 and get better sound. Upgrading my bedroom to the P5s next.
Very happy with the end result. The sound more than adequetly fills an open family room / kitchen / dining area.
Was wondering if I would need to add a Subwoofer. For my listening purposes there is enough base provided by the P4's.
One thing to keep in mind is the small dimensions of these speakers which ultimately means their bass output is not going to be that great. You'll definitely need a subwoofer to get full range of high-volume sound, but mids and highs are perfect.
And as for the speakers themselves, they sound fantastic. Paired them with my Dual 1219 turntable and Marantz 2235 receiver, and it puts out great sound.