HD3 Features

Built-in power amplifiers

High-fidelity Bluetooth® with aptX®, extended range and simplified setup

USB audio input

Dual analog audio inputs and a full-range variable output

Custom Kevlar woofers and silk tweeters

Hand-built cabinets with furniture-grade finishes

Detachable magnetic speaker grills

Threaded brass inserts to secure speakers to floorstands

What’s in the Box

HD3 powered (left) speaker

HD3 passive (right) speaker

Antenna

Speaker wire (16AWG), 2 meters (~6.5 feet)

Power supply

AC power cable

Mini-jack audio cable, 1.5 meters (~5 feet)

USB cable, 1.5 meters (~5 feet)

Microfiber speaker bags

Microfiber cable bag

Microfiber power supply bag

Quickstart guide

Product line brochure

Works With

Mac, PC, tablets, or smartphones

All operating systems (Windows, MacOS, Linux, iOS, Android)

All audio player apps and music streaming services (iTunes, Youtube, Spotify, Pandora, etc.)

Any product with Bluetooth, mini-jack or RCA outputs, or USB audio

All Audioengine digital-to-analog converters and wireless audio adapters

Finish Options

Satin Black Paint

Cherry Wood Veneer

Walnut Wood Veneer

About Bluetooth® and aptX®

Our Bluetooth products easily connect to any of your devices that have Bluetooth, but to get the best sound possible we recommend using a device that supports Bluetooth aptX. Find out more about aptX here: csr.com/products/aptx

And if you’re looking for a new smartphone, tablet, or computer with aptX or want to look up your device and see if it supports aptX, go here to check out what’s available: aptx.com/products/browse/categories

And for iPad or iPhone users that don’t have aptX, don’t despair! MacOS (MacBook, iMac, Mac mini) include Bluetooth aptX, however if you use an iPhone or iPad, Apple generally uses the AAC codec and doesn’t support aptX. AAC sounds really good as well and you'll also get the extra benefit of our upsampling 24-bit DAC, so you won’t be disappointed by the sound quality if you use an iOS device with any of our Bluetooth products.