The ECLIPSE TD-M1 wireless home audio speaker system has completely sold out in the UK and Europe, with all future production now accounted for.
The space-saving TD-M1 (£799), which launched at CES in 2014 and introduced the benefits of ECLIPSE’s single full-range drive unit design approach to a global audience, will be available in strictly limited numbers for a very short period. Consumers considering the loudspeaker system are advised to act quickly to avoid disappointment; ECLIPSE’s dealer locator tool provides comprehensive retailer listings to source available stock. Where one speaker door closes, however, another two open — maintaining the trademark ECLIPSE ‘accurate sound’ and fully embracing the design technology, the compact TD307MK2A (£360) and award-winning TD508MK3 (£960) are two existing (passive) models most closely related to the outgoing TD-M1 in terms of size and affordability.

The TD307MK2A is ECLIPSE’s most affordable loudspeaker and is suited to desktop environments. Small, but perfectly formed, the TD307MK2A shares the same unique full-range driver concept and construction technology afforded to its range stablemates. Its space-saving design doesn’t compromise on performance, enabling music lovers to enjoy the benefits of ECLIPSE’s ‘accurate sound’ presentation. The TD307MK2A is the entry point into ECLIPSE ownership and at just £360, offers outstanding value for money.

​Offering an 8cm unit diameter and larger overall enclosure size than both the TD307MK2A and the outgoing TD-M1, the award-winning TD508MK3 is suited to a range of environments, including desktops. Considered a ‘core’ range model, the speaker is based upon a full-range fibreglass driver, supported by ECLIPSE’s unique waveform reproduction technologies, including the famous egg-shaped form, mass anchor and diffusion stay. An established all-rounder, the versatile TD508MK3 suits all A/V systems.

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