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Eclipse TD508 MK3

These unique egg-shaped speakers provide an explicit and coherent sound for John Pickford

LOUDSPEAKERS

Speaker design is becoming a whole lot more interesting in terms of shape and technology – and the Eclipse TD508 MK3 is leading the way

Eclipse loudspeakers are different from the norm. Their egg-shaped design is striking, as the vast majority of speakers still employ the traditional rectangular box enclosure, be it in floor standing or standmount (bookshelf) configuration. This is no gimmick, though, as the rounded contours effectively control internal standing waves, a common plight of boxes withparallel surfaces.

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