Audioengine N22 Desktop Amplifier
More power in a smaller sizePerfectly suited for your desktop or a smaller space in your home or office, N22 is easy to connect to your Mac or PC with no software to install or settings to change.
No extra buttonsThe N22 has one simple volume control with an integrated on/off switch. No other buttons or knobs to figure out!
Wireless-readyThe N22 includes a USB power port that's perfect for powering Audioengine wireless adapters to stream your music wirelessly from your computer or iPod.
VersatilePair the N22 amp with Audioengine P4 passives (or any speakers) for a high-end mini desktop hi-fi music system. Connect your iPod, computer, and speakers or headphones for a compact and great-sounding personal stereo system. You can even connect a subwoofer and charge your iPod through the USB power port. Two audio inputs are standard - RCA and mini-jack connectors - so you can plug in your computer, iPod or stereo directly.
Part of the FamilyAll Audioengine speakers and amplifiers share a similar "voicing" and tuning so that you are assured a matched system no matter which of our products you decide to add to your system.
Hear the DifferenceThe Audioengine N22 Premium Desktop Audio Amplifier sets a new level of audio and aesthetic quality and even further closes the gap between computer and home audio. Even if you're not an audio enthusiast we guarantee you will still hear a difference!
Positive Feedback ReviewIf you're looking for a desk top system that will give you great musical satisfaction for a long time with no hassle, you can't go wrong with the N22 desktop amplifier and the P4 passive bookshelf speakers.
Surfbits ReviewI cannot remember listening to a desktop, computer or iPod system that sounded as full, especially with the compact size of the speakers and amp.
Ratings & Reviews
4.5/5 Sound: Clean and quiet from both the headphone and amp section. Headphone section was surprisingly resolving with AKG K702s. Amplifier section was loud and punchy, but clear using DALI zensor 1's - I assume that using a more sensitive 8ohm speaker would yield even better results. Design: Sturdy and solid. Volume knob feels kind of cheap, but serviceable. I would have preferred two RCA inputs, but I understand the logic behind the 1/8" jack. If more inputs are needed, just add a cheap Schiit SYS. Overall: For the price, there isn't much competition if you want to have a clean sounding headphone and integrated amp - definitely recommended.