Audioengine HDP6 Speakers
Audioengine HDP6 Speakers
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Fusing old-school style with modern technology, the Audioengine HDP6 speakers pair well with stereo receivers, integrated amps, and tube amplifiers. Available here in a pair, each speaker features a 5.5-inch aramid fiber woofer and a 1-inch silk dome tweeter that work together to project a soundstage typically found in larger floorstanding speakers Read More

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murixbob
8
Nov 2, 2020
A shame there's no walnut option for these.
alpharay
7
Oct 12, 2020
Hi, my Yumi is acting up recently. I am thinking change to use passive speaker instead. Any suggestion on good amplifier (mid price range) that go with these pair ? I mostly use it for Vinyl. Although, I am thinking getting SMSL SU-9 later as well.
postwarscars
519
Oct 13, 2020
I run some older P4s off of an old Cambridge Audio integrated. The AXA25 or AXA35 would probably both do them justice for not a lot of cost.
alpharay
7
Oct 13, 2020
Thanks for the suggestion. I love Cambridge. I wish the retail store still around. I will check the online store later.
stoutdog
301
Oct 12, 2020
I almost pulled the trigger on these. I opted with Fluance's Ai40's that are active (powered) and I couldn't be happier. Over the last 18 months I have thoroughly enjoyed their sound. The bass response in exceptional and the Bluetooth features allows listening from my mobile device's. I have them in my bedroom where they supplanted my Bose Wave. The improved stereo separation has left me never looking back.
noelnook
0
Sep 22, 2020
Bumped that shipping fee is an additional $67.82 for me.....
Sklobi
7
Sep 22, 2020
Let’s not sit here and act like Drop has good prices... I tend to find that Drop charges more and it takes longer to get to you. Not quite sure of the value of being a member anymore. Kinda bummed.
Sklobi
7
Oct 24, 2020
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Avramons
51
Nov 1, 2020
There is no “member”ship. U buy stuff If u want. Or u don’t...
TomWitt-2
7
Sep 6, 2020
Well, a single speaker arrived today. I really hope the other is just delayed by a day and that these weren't sold individually.
TomWitt-2
7
Sep 8, 2020
Not looking good. The Drop details page for these speakers mentions that each speaker weighs 12.5 lbs. The Fedex Shipping Facts page for my Fedex tracking number for these speakers says the single carton that made up this shipment is 14.7 lbs (much less than the expected 25 lbs that 2 speakers should weigh, without any packaging). Fedex reports that there are no other packages as part of this shipment and that the entire shipment has been delivered. It's clear by these numbers that Drop sent only a single speaker. Awaiting a response from Drop support. (Day 6: Three separate emails to support, at long last a response) Email #1: Them: We only order enough to fulfill the orders, we don't have any replacements. You can send it back if you don't want [Me: I don't want a replacement, I want the original order to be fulfilled] Email #2 : Them: Sadly there was a mix up with our vendor and we were sent single speakers, not pairs, these were in turn sent out to members. We're working with our vendor now to remedy the situation but we don't have an ETA on when this will be resolved.  2020-09-26 Update: Well, Drop acknowledges they screwed the pooch on this one and they're not going to make it right. My options are that I can return the single speaker received for a full refund (or keep the single speaker and Drop will gift me $20 (or $25!) for my next order). So disappointed. I was really looking forward to hearing what a high(er) end speaker sounds like. I can't bring myself to play only one speaker, even for a fidelity test. It would crush me if sounds awesome, knowing it's destined to go back to Drop (because the Drop buyer and AudioEngine supplier can't discern a freakin' count... 1 carton does NOT equal 2 speakers).
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ntheface
20
Oct 13, 2020
So you keep 1 for the cost of 2. and they only give 20-25. Sounds like a bullshit offer. You should have raised hell. Doesnt make Drop doesnt look very good in this instance.
KAVS
1
Aug 3, 2020
do these have stands that match?
NiteNinja
138
Aug 2, 2020
These look like nice speakers. *Sees price* ...the Cherry cabinet ones are nice speakers. I have Polk Audio speakers of a similar form factor, and I'm quite impressed at the sound stage that bookshelf speakers can actually recreate. I got them before my subwoofer and on their own, I would've found them acceptable in my home theatre. I'm using a Pioneer 1131 7.2 channel receiver. Certainly not an "audiophile-grade" receiver, but it's got nice dedicated analog amplification circuits.
postwarscars
519
Oct 12, 2020
For the cost Polk Audio is decent, but their build quality and sound doesn't match up to Audio Engine speakers, as someone who owns both. That said, again, value is sometimes the bigger motivator.
YuukiMagic
2
Jul 30, 2020
I assume these are just normal speakers and not monitors? (asking for a friend)
Rowdy2026
250
Oct 20, 2020
Any bookshelf size speaker can become problematic in larger size living space. It’s not unique to speakers with the resolution of monitors at the same size. You can buy ‘monitor’ style speakers at any size for any room. I’ll reiterate what I initially said even though you replied somewhat to the contrary...monitor styled speakers are the same as ‘normal’ speakers but generally regarded to have a neutrally balanced tone (high resolution & flat response). There are many speakers that have been made throughout the years which have been used in both a casual and studio application. I use a set of Yamaha speakers in my office that are regarded great for music production but I also find fantastic for listening to a collection of vinyl through...they are still normal speakers though.
postwarscars
519
Oct 21, 2020
Well, like I said, you aren't wrong. They all produce sound, they can be used for listening to music, and bookshelf speakers in large rooms can be bad. But, still, monitors (or pro-audio) aren't usually tuned (you covered this) or built the same. For instance a PA sub typically has a lower throw distance than a home audio sub. It's sort of the same with monitors, so what I meant (and should've clarified) was they tend to fill space far less than a standard box speaker. The trade off is usually, like you said, extreme neutrality. Monitors can definitely be as good as, or better than, non-pro focused speakers. Totally not arguing with you. Having heard a lot of both there's definitely a difference (also monitors are usually self-powered), but it's not some dramatic thing. I'm sorry that I probably came off like a dick, wasn't intentional.
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FISTDEYUMA
47
Jul 4, 2020
I have a question. Are these speakers the same speakers as the wireless version sold here? I have not had a chance to use the wiress yet, I got them for thr future. I was thinking of getting these but if they are the same as the wireless I can use the wireless instead.
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