Edifier is no stranger to exotic looking speakers. I present as evidence the company’s funky-but-fabulous sci-fi-inspired Predator speaker system. Its latest, though, is one of Edifier’s most striking yet in my opinion. The company has just released details of its new e25 Luna Eclipse, a gorgeous little slice of design that has me longing for the days of egg chairs and hanging wicker seats.
Make no mistake, though — the e25 Luna Eclipse is about as modern as they come on the inside, boasting full Bluetooth capabilities; capacitive touch controls for volume, play, pause, track skipping, and standby; and sophisticated digital signal processing to ensure optimal sound at any volume.
Perhaps most strikingly, the Luna Eclipse 2.0-channel speaker system features 74 watts’ worth of amplification: 22 watts for each of its three-inch woofers and 15 watts for each of its 19mm silk dome tweeters. What’s more, the channel that bifurcates each cabinet from the back also houses two three-inch passive radiators, which fire toward each other (I’m assuming in phase?) for additional bass response. Total system frequency response is an impressive 30 Hz to 20 kHz — pretty rocking for a speaker measuring just 4.8 by 8.35 by 8.74 inches and weighing just a hair under eight pounds.
The Luna Eclipse system also comes with a 3.5mm auxiliary input for use with your non-Bluetooth-capable devices, as well as a remote control if you get tired of swiping the touch-sensitive controls.