Edifier E25 Luna Eclipse Bluetooth Speakers
Edifier E25 Luna Eclipse Bluetooth Speakers
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The Edifier e25 Speakers are designed for wireless connectivity with Bluetooth-enabled devices, offering at-home and on-the-go compatibility. For power, volume, and track-changing, they offer a touch-sensitive design on the left side of the piano-lacquered housing Read More

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ThoAppelsin
10
Sep 12, 2020
What's the difference between the HD and non-HD versions?
ckoneplus
23
Sep 22, 2020
I think HD has an optical/digital input, non-HD does not https://www.edifier.com/int/en/speakers/e25hd-luna-eclipse-hd
FairDinkum
57
Aug 30, 2020
Can't ship to Australia :(
wizzardp1
22
Aug 26, 2020
Confused on these. It seems you can ONLY get the HD in red and not black? The toslink is only available with the HDversion. Not a great selection as it forces you to go RED to get the HDversion and toslink. Is this true.
minimus80
5
Jul 25, 2020
Why the hell u are not able to ship to Slovakia/EU ?
Kayan
2
Jul 24, 2020
Dang, no more white color? Finally ready to buy these and my color choice is unavailable. Boo.
Jacobim
3
Jul 1, 2020
Shame not shipper worldwide
RayF
23052
Jun 28, 2020
Saw a cool movie about where these are made...
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Xbar1
0
Jun 7, 2020
:( No shipping to Puerto Rico
Sanzin
7
Jun 4, 2020
Dumb question but probably extremely fast to answer. Do these turn off automatically if they are connected to aux if no sound/off signal.
RedTargayean
4
Jun 3, 2020
I moved into a new house and my wife is unaccepting of my big Klipsch surround speakers on stands for my rears but these beauties might fit the bill. I realize that these won’t be tonally matched with the rest of my system. Does anyone have any opinions of using these for rears using my amp’s pre-out to these speaker’s aux in?
melmoth5376
1
Jun 29, 2020
Depends on your front setup. If you have "Big Klipsch" as your backs, your fronts must quite full range. There's an old theory that the backs are there just to add dimensionality to the sound. Thing is, it's an old theory going back to original Dolby, might not apply to later digital iterations. I'm getting them for our night stands since the TV is wall mounted 13 feet away. Hoping that having a nearfield setup will improve dialogue comprehension for my 60+ year old ears. They might pair very nicely with edifier bookshelf speakers like the R1280T, and a modest subwoofer for decent surround sound in a medium room. You would still have to run a power cord to them, not a good prospect for Spouse acceptance. Good luck! Hope you get a good price on the Klipsch.
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