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Acoustic Energy 300 Series Speakers

Bespoke new Acoustic Energy drive units have been designed in tandem. The 28mm aluminium dome tweeter features WDT (Wide Dispersion Technology) and a re-designed 130mm aluminium mid-bass driver uses a ceramic aluminium sandwich cone and long throw motor system

Acoustic Energy 300 Series Speakers

The cabinet enclosures offers 18mm high density MDF material with proprietary internal bracing technology. They’re finished in open grain real walnut wood veneer, piano grade high gloss black or white lacquer options.

AE300 Compact Loudspeaker

The AE300 is a new compact stand-mount loudspeaker. Tracing its lineage back to the original AE1, the AE300 uses the company’s 130mm mid-bass drive unit and 28mm aluminium tweeter.

Acoustic Energy 300 Series Speakers

The slot-shaped duct port on the rear of the speaker augments the bass output and has been developed to, “…reduce the effect of air turbulence with a clean undistorted bass performance,” said the company.


AE309 Floor-standing Loudspeaker

A new slim-line floor-standing loudspeaker with compact dimensions, the AE309 uses two latest 130mm mid-bass drive units and the 28mm aluminium tweeter and slot shaped duct port on the rear.

Acoustic Energy 300 Series Speakers

The new AE300 and AE309 are available from authorised retailers only from March with the new AE307 Centre speaker and AE308 Subwoofer following in the summer to complete the 5.1 line up for multi-channel applications.

Acoustic Energy 300 Series Speakers

Prices range from £599 for the AE300 to £1,099 for the AE309.

Acoustic Energy 300 Series Speakers

Available from the AE website: www.acoustic-energy.co.uk

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5 Comments

  • Reply
    Geoffrey
    14th February 2018 at 3:29 pm

    I owned the 301’s for a couple of years. Great compacts. Fast, clean bass, easy to place. The tweeter was a little bit bright in my set and my room but otherwise great speakers.

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    Geoffrey
    14th February 2018 at 7:20 pm

    It seems the tweeter has been modified to be less edgy. Good work. If they had only given me a good deal on the ae1 active. I would still be with acoustic energy. Oh well. It wasn’t to be. Very happy with my audiovector qr 1!

    Any reviews coming from acoustic energy. I believe you are also a longtime fan.

    • Reply
      Paul Rigby
      14th February 2018 at 11:32 pm

      Hi Geoffrey – thanks for your note. Yes, got a pair of powered speakers in the queue here to review.

  • Reply
    Geoffrey
    15th February 2018 at 9:18 am

    Great news. I knew it. Be sure to tell us what you think about the tweeter if you don’t mind. Thanks!

    • Reply
      Paul Rigby
      15th February 2018 at 9:33 am

      Will do Geoffrey – many thanks.

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