Since the beginning, Elipson has aimed to develop homogeneous loudspeakers capable of reproducing a pure and natural sound in the service of a flawless musicality, by relying on proven technical values. Elipson loudspeakers do not seek to replace a musical instrument by imposing their mood or their colouring. They do not constitute a barrier between the listener and the music: they are vectors of emotion.
A HISTORY OF FRENCH SOUND SINCE 1938
The history of Elipson is inseparable from the story of its general director, Joseph Léon. Trained at the Arts et Métiers, his ingenuity and the simplicity of the solutions he provided made him one of the pioneers in the history of sound reproduction and audiophily.
For more than seventy years, Elipson has contributed to writing the great pages of French hi-fi.
ELIPSON SIGNATURE SOUND
Elipson's signature design is the spherical speaker, such as the Planet L and M, each equipped with a coaxial conductor.
The spherical shape allows a harmonious flow of waves behind the speaker. The waves slide more than they hit the inner wall and disturb the membrane much less.
The music diffused by Elipson speakers is homogeneous, without any harshness or anomaly. The use of a coaxial conductor reinforces this coherence by focusing the sound precisely, which contributes to creating a deep and wide sound stage.
FRENCH MANUFACTURING FOR OUR HIGH-END PRODUCTS
Our factory in Saint-Fargeau, Burgundy, France, manufactures the Chroma vinyl turntables, the Legacy range and our P1 and A2700 amplifiers.
We have chosen to manufacture these high-end products in France in order to perpetuate the know-how and to ensure that we produce the best possible quality.