Eclipse TD-M1

Mac Format - - GADGETS -


What is it? When a pair of speak­ers cost just shy of a grand, they’d bet­ter sound bet­ter than just ‘good’. Hap­pily, the Eclipse TD-M1 is de­signed to sound amaz­ing, with an oval-shaped en­clo­sure to sup­press in­ter­nal stand­ing waves, re­sult­ing in re­duced echoes and a purer, cleaner au­dio ex­pe­ri­ence. They’re Air­Play ready, and can be con­nected to your Mac or iOS de­vice with­out go­ing through a router. You can also con­nect them through USB or AUX. When’s it due? Out now, in black or white. Why are we ex­cited? For starters, the black pair look stun­ning ei­ther side of a Mac Pro; if you want a set of speak­ers to match your new pro­fes­sion­al­level Mac, look no fur­ther. Eclipse speak­ers have an en­vi­able rep­u­ta­tion for qual­ity, be­ing es­pe­cially pro­fi­cient at re­pro­duc­ing jazz or clas­si­cal mu­sic, and we doubt this new set is any dif­fer­ent.

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