ECLIPSE, the Japanese loudspeaker brand, will be demonstrating their waveform reproduction technology at this year’s Sound and Vision 2018, following a collaboration with Stockton-on-Tees hi-fi distributor, Decent Audio.

Visitors to the Decent Audio room/s at the show (318/320, third floor) will experience ECLIPSE’s flagship TD712zMK2 speakers and TD725SWMK2 subwoofer with electronics from Audio Analogue and a vinyl front-end from Kronos.

The flagship TD712zMK2 loudspeaker features the largest drive unit configuration from the range a 12cm full-range fibreglass unit. ECLIPSE’s waveform reproduction technologies are also deployed, including the egg-shaped chassis, high-mass anchor and vibration-eliminating acoustic treatments. The TD725SWMK2 subwoofer uses dual drive units that are comparatively small in diameter but can be driven at high speed. The back-to-back units are connected with an aluminium shaft and driven in-phase, the generated reaction force forms a strong base in place of the ground anchor found in ECLIPSE loudspeakers. The drivers ‘float’ inside the cabinet and special materials are used to suppress vibration. An ICEpower made high-output digital power amplifier is employed which enables a smaller internal circuit while keeping high linearity at maximum output.

ECLIPSE will be located in the Decent Audio room (318/320, third floor)

Price and availability

TD712zMK2 speaker (pair) £6,500; TD725SWMK2 subwoofer (£5,100), both available now

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