Edifier Launches Luna Eclipse, a Speaker with Style
Retro-futurism aside, I was impressed by the build quality of what turned out to be $200 pair of Bluetooth-enabled, powered speakers. Beneath the glossy exterior of each 8.75-inch-tall speaker is a silk-dome tweeter and 3-inch woofer, bolstered by a pair of opposing, vertically mounted 2 x 3-inch passive radiators that vent through a slotted opening.
One speaker houses the amplification and has a touch-sensitive panel for controlling volume and power and changing tracks (in Bluetooth mode); a small remote with volume and power controls is also included. System power is 74 watts: the tweeters get 15 apiece and each woofer gets 22 watts. When you’re not streaming tunes from a smartphone or tablet, you can connect the speakers to a TV or other audio source via an auxiliary minijack (cable included).