Eclipse’s single-minded approach to speaker design has produced some truly fantastic products. In a world full of rectangular wooden boxes and multi-driver designs, Eclipse’s distinctive offerings truly stand apart.
The company’s single-driver egg-shaped speakers have always impressed, and not only for their stunning appearance. There is real substance to the design. Single-driver loudspeakers have several advantages. The absence of a crossover and multiple drivers allows them to project a very smooth and natural mid-range, free from any crossover response anomalies, phase shifts and dispersion changes. With just a single driver, the cabinet baffle can also be greatly reduced in size, resulting in more precise and stable stereo imaging as the entire sound field is generated from something more closely approximating the ideal point source.