High-quality speakers are necessary for good communication. We need speakers for video games, movies, and online streaming in our daily activities. The sound quality depends upon the quality of the speaker. If there is a noise element in sound, it will be due to the quality of the speaker used for producing sound.
The Kanto YU2 and Audioengine A2 are desktop speaker models that can be paired with a range of audio sources. We will discuss the features, pros and cons of these speaker models so you can decide which one is best for you.
Difference between Audioengine A2+ and Kanto YU2 speakers
3.5 mm jack,USB,RCA
dual class A/B monolithic
class D amplifier
- Audioengine A2+ has 30 Watts total RMS per channel, whereas Kanto YU2 has 50W RMS.
- Audioengine has a dual analog class A/B monolithic amplifier. In Kanto YU2, there is a class D amplifier.
- Audioengine A2+ has 2.75″ aramid fiber woofers and 3/4” silk dome tweeters, whereas Kanto YU2 comes with 3” composite drivers.
- Audioengine A2+ has built-in Bluetooth connectivity, and this feature is not available in Kanto YU2.
Audioengine A2+ Plus Wireless Speaker
- Compact design, great for small rooms
- Front panel with a volume dial and headphone jack
- Easy to set up
- 3.5mm stereo min jack for headphone
- 2.75” Aramid fibre woofer
- 3/4 silk dome tweeters
The desktop speaker is designed for computers and smaller rooms. They are small speakers packed with much more precise, complete, and powerful sound. In addition, the stereo sound speaker is easy to connect with all your music equipment in a few seconds.
The A2+ speaker is equipped with Bluetooth and a long-range antenna for easy connectivity with a phone, tablet, or computer. In addition, the Analog Class A/B power amplifiers and dual analog inputs are given for connecting it with multiple devices.
The A2 is here to facilitate you during your work from home. It is easy to connect the Audioengine S8 or another subwoofer with the RCA variable output.
Kanto YU2 Powered Desktop Speakers
Kanto YU2 is manufactured in Canada. It has a sound card for streaming high-quality audio from your computers by connecting it via a USB port or directly with a 3.5mm AUX jack. In addition, 3 compound drivers deliver distortion-free bass and midrange. The ¾ silk dome tweeters produce brilliant highs.
There is no grill on the front part, which leaves the drivers of the speakers unprotected. Instead, the cabinet is made with MDF, making the sound clear and powerful. They offer 50W RMS per channel and a 100W peak power capacity. The length of the auxiliary cable is 6.5 feet, and the speaker’s frequency range is 80Hz to 20 kHz. It also includes a class D amplifier to deliver a great sound with mid and high frequencies.
Connect this Kanto YU2 speaker with the AUX 3.5 mini-jack or with USB DAC connectivity. The 10-foot wire is given in the box. You have to connect both speakers with the wire.
The choice of the speaker depends upon your needs and preferences. Both speakers Kanto and Audioengine A2+ have different features. If you want to connect the speaker with an audio source via Bluetooth, then Audioengine A2+ is the best option. Also, there is no need for a subwoofer if you are using Audioengine A2+.
Kanto YU2 delivers sound with 100W peak power than Audioengine A2+.you can buy any desktop speaker from the above two models.