The Eclipse TD510MK2 speakers are updated versions of the hugely successful TD510s, with greater frequency range, finer detail, and more “weight” to the sound. The TD510MK2 is equipped with a short, adjustable stand, designed to be installed on a flat surface, such as a shelf.
Eclipse speakers are designed by Fujitsu Ten, a specialist off-shoot of the Japanese electronics giant, Fujitsu. The “TD” in each speakers model designation stands for “Time Domain” technology, which represents a fundamental re-engineering of speaker design, both in terms of form and function, and which is intended to maintain the time and phase integrity of the source recording and to have no acoustic signature itself.
Fundamental to TD technology is the use of a single, high-precision driver, housed in a egg-shaped rear-vented enclosure made of rigid material with the strength and density of marble. The driver is designed to “float” within the enclosure.
Since their introduction, Eclipse speakers have swept the music industry, becoming the speakers of choice for many professionals, including musician/record producer Brian Eno, guitarist John Williams, and composer Michael Nyman.
Eclipse TD510MK2s can be used on a desktop or shelf with the included adjustable stands, on a wall using optional CB1 brackets.
Please note: no floor-standing stand is available for this model. The stand that is integral to the Eclipse TD510zMK2 cannot be used with the Eclipse TD510MK2.
With an amplifier of at least moderate power, Eclipse speakers present music with transparency, unprecedented clarity, unaffected by resonances, colorations or time and phase distortion effects. Spellbinding.