Elipson rolls out Planet W35 spherical wireless speaker

posted on Wednesday, 13th November 2019 by Steve May

Wireless  Loudspeakers  High Res Audio 

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French Hi-Fi specialist Elipson has unveiled the latest addition to its Planet Series of loudspeakers, the wireless W35. The striking spherical model delivers an omni-directional soundstage, and is designed to work with Wi-Fi and Bluetooth aptX sources, as well as connected local devices. Inputs comprises 3.5mm analogue, digital optical audio and USB.

The new model is High-Res Audio capable and supports multiroom use; it’s also compatible with Amazon Alexa devices. While it ships with a remote control, Elipson has also created its own app for the W35, which opens the door to Spotify Connect, Deezer, Qobuz, Tidal and Napster.

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The 35cm diameter sphere has been designed with two cloth frames separated by a central band, where push buttons for on/off, source, mute and up/down volume can be found at the front, with wired connections around the back. Inside are two 165mm mid-bass drivers, with two centrally mounted 25mm tweeters. Onboard amplification is rated at 350 watts RMS.

Accessories include a stylish tri-pod or single column stand, which can be used to wall or ceiling mount, or simply placed on a bookshelf or sideboard.

Available in charcoal grey, the Planet W35 retails for £799.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology specialist who also writes for T3TechRadarHome Cinema Choice, Trusted Reviews and The Luxe Review.

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