AV Industry from France has announced the launch of the Infinite Series, a new range of dedicated home theatre speakers. Made in Elipson’s factory in France, the Infinite Series includes three different speakers offering a solution for dedicated viewing rooms.  

The Infinite LCRS14 speaker is for front, side and surround channels whilst the Infinite SR8 can be used as a surround channel speaker for smaller rooms, or as an in-ceiling speaker for a fully immersive experience. The Infinite Sub12 is a powerful passive sub-woofer designed to complement to the LCRS14s.

The drivers consist of a non-resonant diaphragm design tweeter. The dome design also minimizes cone resonance and a compression chamber eliminates reflection. The mid/bass drivers feature a lightweight but rigid Rohacell® and carbon fibre sandwich 170mm cone for optimal stiffness/damping ratio. The sub only bass drivers are 300mm dual rigid aluminium structures for very deep bass and strong physical impact without saturation.  The 76mm voice coil with central demodulation ring reduces distortion at high volume whilst the neodymium motor provides 1000W peak power for low frequencies extending down to 28Hz @ -3dB.

Construction on all Infinite speaker cabinets feature a reinforced internal structure with extensive acoustic damping treatment, to avoid resonance at high volumes and withstand high acoustic pressure levels.  They can be installed on-wall or on-ceiling or in-wall and in-ceiling, using brackets and inlays/templates supplied.  The cabinets are finished with a satin black frontage and a black tinted brushed aluminium panel for discrete integration or for use behind an acoustically transparent screen.  Connections are via Line or Speakon connectors. Elipson will also be supplying a new Infinte A1000 Monoral 1000W Class D Amp (4 ohm) to maximise the power of the Infinite Sub 12s with balanced and unbalanced low level inputs for the discrete LFE channels.

Elipson’s new Infinite Series are now available in the UK at SRPs of £1,549 for the Infinite 14s, £899 for the Infinite 8s and £1,549 for the Infinite Sub12.  The forthcoming Infinite A1000 Amp with be £1,349.


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