Acoustic Energy



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Founded in 1987, Acoustic Energy made its name with its AE1 Monitor Loudspeaker featuring metal cone technology, luxurious cabinetry, and robust, elegant pedestal.

Recently, Acoustic Energy has made another push to re-establish themselves as a player in the very competitive United States speaker market. With their focus on audiophiles, their window of Baby Boomers to sell to is quickly closing but their high quality speakers do speak to those looking for an impressively good musical image from a small, bookshelf speaker. Their Aego series is very popular in the lifestyle market.

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Popular Acoustic Energy products include:

Acoustic Energy AE1
Acoustic Energy Radiance 1
Acoustic Energy Aego 1

Compare Acoustic Energy products with those from companies like Monitor Audio, KEF, RBH, and B&W.


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