来自 Headfonics 的 Audioengine HDP6 评测

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“The vocal experience of this speaker is very large sounding, projecting very well and clearly bloomed in terms of physical presence. Yep, I love it. I enjoy the LCD3-ish forward midrange and I think this speaker is pretty much the Audeze LCD3 headphone in speaker form (minus the bass experience). With regard to tonality, the HDP6 is just about the most natural, uncolored sounding speaker in the vocal experiences that I’ve ever heard in this pricing area. Ever hear an electrostatic headphone like the Stax 007 for example? That is pretty much what is occurring here in the HDP6 in terms of tone and presentation in a physical sense: soft dynamics, soft edges, a realistic formation of all sounds, vocalists and instruments, natural in tone, yet also very musical and fun to listen to. Yep, the HDP6 is a bookshelf speaker design with a very large sound field tossed out of it. How they achieved that, I’m not sure. But I shift back to the excellent, custom speakers out there that are 2 or 3x as big that can sound equally as large as these HDP6’s. The truth is that I don’t have a single speaker to reference here with regard to soundstage and imaging that really comes close to the HDP6. In this tier, for this type of a design, it is so vividly clear that this is the imaging king, unfair to compare to anything else from Audioengine in that regard…It was a shock to me to hear clarity on this level, for this price, and in an enclosure that small. Yes, I really love this speaker objectively and for the most part. The midrange is buttery smooth and very forward, the treble is good and never harsh or sibilant. This HDP6 would be the one I recommend from here on for this price tier. This is an excellent speaker and it makes my older A5+ sound severely outdated. Highly recommended. It is easily the best $500 or so speaker that I’ve ever heard when it comes to clarity and staging overall.” —— headfonics.com

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