Getting bookshelf speakers produced by a well-known brand is usually the easiest way to ensure that the model you choose has excellent playback capabilities. In this Kanto YU6 vs Audioengine A5+, we’re going to take a look at two premium bookshelf speakers produced by established brands.
Both of these companies are relatively new on the market, as they only started producing speakers in the mid-2000s. Despite being novel speaker manufacturers, Kanto and Audioengine still offer some of the best bookshelf speakers you can get.
This Kanto YU2 review will provide all the information you need about these desktop computer speakers.
Kanto produces a wide range of different speakers from computer speakers, bookshelf speakers to larger audio systems. The Kanto YU2 speakers might be quite small but as we’ll find out, they do produce decent sound.
We’ll look at the core features of the YU2 speakers, their pros and cons and also find out if there are any alternatives out there.
In our latest piece, we’re bringing you an in-depth review of Kanto’s YU4 speakers. We’ll include some thoughts of our own as well as outlining the speaker’s pros & cons, which features you need to know about, any frequently asked questions there may be, and which competitors we think you should also be considering.
We’re no strangers to audio equipment here at All Sound Lab and have a great range of reviews for you to check out once you’re done here.
Our Kanto YU6 review is going to explore whether these speakers are really worth your money or not.
We’ve looked at several Kanto speakers recently – including the YU5’s – and now we turn our attention to one of Kanto’s latest products.
The YU6 speakers come packed with a load of features. We’ll explore each one in depth, have a look at the pros and cons, if any alternatives are out there and finally, decide if you should invest your money in these speakers.
We’ll offer some of our own thoughts and opinions as well as the overall pros and cons, frequently asked questions, and which alternatives we think you should be considering.
In this Audioengine S8 review, we’ll be taking an in-depth look into Audioengine’s S8 subwoofer range by outlining the pros and cons of the product, our thoughts and opinions, and which alternatives are worth also considering.
Compact size, quality sound, and reasonable price, the Edifier R1280DB is one of the best sound systems that you can buy today.
Established in 1996, Edifier now exports its range of sound systems and speakers to over 70 countries. They even have a signature speaker line designed by audio engineer extraordinaire Phil Jones.
If you’re looking for a quality speaker for your space, this review of the Edifier R1280DB speakers can definitely come in handy.
Anyone who spends a lot of time in front of a computer wants their speakers to sound great since a good pair of speakers makes video games, movies, or music sound more enjoyable. This Kanto YU2 vs Audioengine A2+ comparison will help you decide which of these desktop speakers is better.
Either of these models is frequently mentioned in discussions about the speakers for Macs and PCs, as they have remarkable audio playback capabilities for their size. Also, both Kanto YU2 and Audioengine A2+ can be paired with a broad range of audio sources.
In our Kanto YU5 review, you’ll discover all the functionality that comes with these bookshelf speakers.
Kanto are relatively new to the home audio scene – they were founded in 2007 – but they have built up a solid reputation for combining superior design with good audio quality. The YU5 speakers are one of their most popular systems.
If you are in the market for new speakers for your home or even your office, we have all the information you need. We’ll look at the core features, pros and cons as well as any alternatives that might be out there.
Searching for a new set of speakers or home HiFi system can be a bit of a minefield. With so many audio options, connectivity issues, and price points available you’d be forgiven for being a little overwhelmed.
In this Audioengine HD6 review, we’ll be taking a look in detail at what makes these speakers stand out including their features, advantages and disadvantages, and also provide you with alternatives if the HD6’s are not the right choice for you.
In short, the HD6s are versatile wireless monitors that work well when connected to HiFi systems, record players, and televisions. These speakers also work just as well when used with PCs, laptops, cellphones, tablets, or any other streaming device via Bluetooth.