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Aego Sound3ar Review: Building a Gaming PC

Aego Sound3ar Review: Building a Gaming PC

Acoustic Energy Aego Sound3ar Review The Aego Sound3ar is proving very popular amongst gamers and PC users as an alternative to the Aego³. The website, Building a Gaming PC, are the latest to test and review the system. As usual here are a few quotes, please visit their website to read the full review. “From testing, it’s clear in these conditions the passive Sound3ar and its accompanying 65W subwoofer, deliver exceptional quality, with low bass, a solid mid-range and clearRead More…

Aego BT2 Bluetooth Review: Trusted Reviews

Aego BT2 Bluetooth Review: Trusted Reviews

Acoustic Energy Aego BT2 Bluetooth Review The Trusted Reviews website has been the first to get their hands on the all new Aego BT2 Bluetooth speaker. The Aego BT2 features an Aluminium chassis, and a clean, understated aesthetic and with a power rating of 40watts RMS the two 2.5 inch drivers and twin bass radiators, are the same as used in our Aego³ sub/sat and sub/sound3ar systems. So, what did they think? Read on… “It Easily exceeded my expectations withRead More…

Aego Sound3ar Review: Sound & Vision (USA)

Aego Sound3ar Review: Sound & Vision (USA)

Acoustic Energy Aego Sound3ar Review US Magazine, Sound & Vision, has published it’s review on the Aego Sound3ar system. You can read the full review on the website by following this link, but here are a few quotes to get you prepared… “But what it delivers, it does so with an honesty and musicality uncommon among soundbars. If you expect to spend as much or more time listening to music as you will watching movies, this one will capture yourRead More…

Aego Sound3ar Review: AVForums

Aego Sound3ar Review: AVForums

Acoustic Energy Aego Sound3ar Review The reviewers at AVForums have been the latest to get their hands on the new Aego Sound3ar system. We can’t reprint the complete review here, you’ll have to head on over to the AVForums website to read the review in its entirety, but here’s a little teaser… “The Acoustic Energy AEGO Sound3ar is a great budget soundbar and subwoofer combination that delivers a winning combination of performance and value. The design is attractive and theRead More…

Aego Sound3ar Review: Trusted Reviews

Aego Sound3ar Review: Trusted Reviews

Acoustic Energy Aego Sound3ar Review Trusted Reviews have been the first to publish a review of the new Aego Sound3ar. Please visit the Trusted Reviews website for the full review or continue to read below for some of the highlights and their verdict on our first Soundbar system. Design and Connections “The soundbar’s compact dimensions take up very little space in front of the TV, and once you’ve tucked the sub and cables away, you end up with one ofRead More…

Aego M Review: Custom PC Magazine

Aego M Review: Custom PC Magazine

Custom PC magazine have recently tested a group of PC speakers and the AEGO M was part of the test. It may be 10 years old, but the Aego M doesn’t just hang in with all the rest, it still beats them! Here are a few of our favourite quotes, but please pick up a copy of the magazine to read the full test and review. “You might wonder, then, why we’re recommending a ten-year-old product. Simply put, the Aego MRead More…

Aego M Review: MacFormat

Aego M Review: MacFormat

The Aego M system has been reviewed in the Christmas gift guide featured in both Mac Format and Mac Life magazines. We are pleased to say that out of the five systems on test the Aego M came out on top, the only system to get 5 Stars. This is their verdict… “Is it possible to get a decent desktop speaker set-up for £150 or less? The answer is an emphatic yes – and the Acoustic Energy Aego M provesRead More…

Aego M Review: HiFiWigwam

Aego M Review: HiFiWigwam

HiFiWigwam have recently reviewed the Aego M System Here are a couple of choice snippets for you… “I had an absolute riot listening to this system. Compared to my Audioengine A2s, these are way cleaner through the midrange, less congested and more cohesive. This is a surprise given that the sub sits on the floor and the little satellites sit up top on the desk.” “Put simply, this is the grooviest, toe-tappiest desktop speaker system you will clap your earsRead More…