Edifier Unveils Tech-Packed, Curvacious Luna Eclipse Bluetooth Speakers


Edifier is a lesser-known company with roots in China, and a design lab in Vancouver, British Columbia. While Edifier speakers have seen table time in Apple stores in the past, they seem to be making a bigger push here in the States within the last year or two.

Their latest set is the e25 Luna Eclipse, Bluetooth-equipped speakers stuffed with some trick tech and 74 watts of power per channel — at the upper end for a set of desktop media speakers.

Besides the Bluetooth connectivity, the set’s tech-wizardry includes a touch-sensitive panel to control volume and switch tracks (only works in Bluetooth mode, of course). For the old fashioned or short-armed, the set is also packaged with a remote. Details on the audio specs direct from the press release:

Incorporation of DSP and DRC for enhanced audio performance and distortion control
Electronic crossover and dedicated power amplifier to each tweeter and bass drivers
3 inch bass driver and Ф19mm silk dome tweeter in each speaker
Dual 2 inch x 3 inch passive bass radiators for enhanced bass effect in each speaker

The Luna Eclipse is available now for $199.

  • CharilaosMulder

    Can’t imagine beating the Audioengine 2, a long list of technologies + a fancy design + high power amps (for such small drivers) doesn’t mean better sound, at all.

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