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Same Great Sound as Audioengine Powered Speakers
The Audioengine P4 is a high-performance bookshelf speaker pair with the same great looks and sound as the company's critically acclaimed powered speakers. Experience the signature Audioengine sound and quality but without the built-in amplifiers. Beautiful, small, and affordable, the P4 is the perfect choice for your living room, bedroom or office and an ideal surround speaker for use with other Audioengine speakers in your home theater or stereo system.
The magnetically shielded P4 are full-sounding bookshelf speakers in a satellite-sized package. The goal with the P4 was to design a small but powerful bookshelf speaker for people that already have surround receivers or amplifiers and are looking for the same Audioengine sound and quality in a passive loudspeaker.
Punchy Bass and Smooth Highs
This great-sounding two-way system uses 4" Kevlar woofers in a front-ported cabinet for a surprising amount of bass punch. The 3/4" silk dome tweeter with neodymium magnets delivers smooth, realistic high frequency response.
The P4 is perfect for digital hybrid amplifiers (Class-D, Class-T, etc.) as well as most stereo receivers, integrated amps, and tube amplifiers. The P4 has a 4 ohm impedance rating but will sound great when connected to almost any receiver or power amp with 4, 6 or 8 ohm speaker output impedance.
The Audioengine P4 sets a new level of quality and easy setup. Mount a pair on a wall or stand as surround speakers in a home theater system or place them on a shelf or table for a compact stereo setup. The two standard 3/8" threaded inserts on the rear panel and another insert on the bottom of each AP4 cabinet give you an option for attaching a speaker mount or bracket.
P4 & N22 Desktop System
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recently i had my jvc speakers out for repairs,and used my ap4s as my prime speakers.i was stunned by their sound it filled my large studio as well or better than my jvc speakers do.you have to hear them to believe them.
|- john c, PA|