What is the opinion of Reddit about the
Edifier S2000pro Powered Bluetooth Bookshelf Speakers – Near-Field Active Studio Monitor Speaker with Wireless and Optical Input?

A total of 9 reviews of this product on Reddit.

2 points


14th Apr 2018

You might even want to try some powered bookshelf/pc speakers. I have some edifiers that cost $400 and they are pretty impressive. Even if I spent $1000 for the pair I’d be content. No av receiver needed. They will leave you a bit lacking when it comes to very low end bass found in movies. https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0725GZQFZ/ref=oh_aui_detailpage_o00_s00?ie=UTF8&psc=1

I will say that if you get these(currently out of stock in the US on amazon) there really isn’t a great way to add a sub. There are other brands that do allow for you to hook up a sub. This way you don’t need an av receiver. The downsides of going this route is limited inputs and some like the edifier have proprietary wire hookups which means you really couldn’t use them with an av receiver and of course price. You can probably get a better setup for $400 with separate speakers and a cheaper av receiver.

1 point


17th Oct 2018

If you don’t want to get an amp, look into powered speakers or studio monitors. You should be able to get something like the Edifier S2000 Pro. Edifier’s are widely available in many countries.

1 point


1st Jan 2018

Hi everyone,

I’m almost ready to pull the trigger on the Edifier S2000 Pro 2.0 speakers. Their purpose would be every day, PC-related use (games, music, movies). I’d like to ask the following:

1) Does anyone have any experience with these? Any particular reason NOT to buy them?
2) There’s an integrated DAC in the speaker itself, a Burr-Brown (Texas Instruments?) PCM9211. Should I just run an optical from my PC and make use of the integrated DAC or is buying an external DAC going to make a lot of difference?

Thanks in advance!

1 point


7th Nov 2019

Seen these floating around amazon. Not sure how they hold up personally but might be worth checking out since they’re active,

Edifier S2000pro $399 (amazon us)


1 point


30th Sep 2020

First time poster, long time lurker!

I just moved into this place last weekend and took this snapshot late in the morning. It’s the first place I’ve lived on my own, and it’s been really exciting putting it all together. Obviously a lot more work still needs to be done, but I’m proud of the start!

There’s definately going to be a lot of large plants to soak up the sun in the window. I welcome any suggestions for artwork, coffee tables, end tables, etc.



The stuff.

Rug – Abingt Gray/Blue/Orange Rug

Couch – Poly & Bark Napa Sectional

Media Center – Quaniece TV Stand 88

Battlestation – Ikea Alexa Drawers and Karlby Counter Top

Speakers – Edifier S2000pro and 1700BT

TV – LG 65CX

1 point


3rd Aug 2018

I think you will have a hard time finding better for the money. Also the speaker use Bluetooth 4.0 which is a very new standard. I think the highest I’ve seen is Bluetooth 4.3, though I’ve not seen it on products. So, a very good Bluetooth implementation. Definitely check them out.

And remember these are not limited to Bluetooth. They would make good compact general speakers for connecting to a TV or Computer for Music and Movie listening.

There is one model up that is significantly better, but the cost is closer to $400/pr –



These are pretty stunning speakers. You can hear a Demo of the Speakers here –


You can probably also find Video Reviews of the $250/pr Edifier R2000DB on YouTube.

1 point


21st Jan 2018

Depending on your budget, here is a better EDIFIER Speaker (S2000Pro) that has Optical In, Remote, Bluetooth –


Very good sound quality too –