Parrot updates Elipson's classic speakers to create Bluetooth Planet

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Design from the past has met technology from the present, with Parrot updating Elipson’s 70s-era Planet speakers for the digital age.

Bluetooth connectivity means you can playback music from compatible devices, including PCs, MP3 players, and mobile phones via A2DP. Each Planet speaker is equipped with its own amplifier so it optimises the music streams, and both speakers offer a two way 60W bass reflex sound image per channel and a frequency range of 40-20,000Hz.

They’re bundled with PC software for tuning, along with firmware updates and are available in either glossy white or black. Price is between 1000 Euros to 1200 Euros per pair.

Elipson website

Via Pocket-Lint

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