Elipson introduces XLS7 loudspeaker

French company Elipson has unveiled the final addition to its Heritage line of speakers – the XLS7 bookshelf model, joining the XLS11 and XLS15 standmounts. The company says: “The XLS7 brings all the performance elements of the larger models and combines them with a highly compact form factor to give further flexibility when integrating into smaller rooms”.

Vintage in terms of styling, it’s a two-way speaker with a bass reflex design and a front-firing flared port. It features a 165mm domed drive unit for the midrange and for the high frequencies the same twin magnet 22mm silk dome tweeter as used in the XLS11 and XLS15. Sensitivity is quoted as 88dB, with 6ohm nominal impedance.

As with the other Heritage models in the range, the XLS7 has the additional flexibility of a fine adjustment on the front panel. This can tune the amplitude of mid and high frequencies by + or – 2dB to allow for variables in the listeners’ room. Partnering stands are available, price tbc.

Available to buy now for £800 via UK distributor Avoke , you can find out more about the Elipson XLS7 here.