break the monotony of your home audio system setup with this avant garde Eclipse TD-M1 Wireless Speaker System by Fujitsu Ten. sporting a distinctive egg-shape aesthetic, this first wireless speaker system from Eclipse features AirPlay, non-oversampling DAC and amplification to offer a “world-class accurate sound to not only audiophiles but to all fans of music.” so does the “all fans of music” mean it will be affordable? well, we wouldn’t bet on it. with such an attractive, designer styling, we’d be surprised if it were of an earthly price. slated to hit the retailers next month, the Eclipse TD-M1 Wireless Speaker System is equipped with 8cm full range driver with lightweight, rigid diaphragm and has an design that takes precautions against vibrations that would otherwise hinder with the unit’s performance.

the unit’s built-in DAC supports high-resolution, high quality sound sources at sampling rates up to 24-bit/192kHz and incorporates class D IC digital amp, giving the sound reproduction the oomph with excellent signal-to-noise ratio and distortion factor. other highlights include AirPlay technology for CD-quality audio streaming from Apple devices, hi-tech touch sensors and LED indicators, easy speaker angle adjustment with a single touch, and a dedicated app to enable remote control function from your iOS devices. apart from wireless streaming, it also offers auxiliary input for TV, USB-A port for non AirPlay-enabled devices and a USB-B port suitable for hooking up with your PC. the Eclipse TD-M1 Wireless Speaker System by Fujitsu Ten will be available starting February 2014 with an yet to be announced price tag. in the meantime, do check out a few more product look in the image gallery below.

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