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The ELAC 1.0's pretty much just came out a couple years ago. Generally speaker model lines go for 5-8 years between redesigns. Anyone have any idea what prompted this 2.0 release? Did sales drop off? Production too difficult?

I think they were announced three years ago and I've had mine for two years or close to it. It does, however, seem a little quick. I don't know what's behind this.

I know that there have been a lot of questions about the rear ports and placement close to the front wall. Mine sound better the further they're out from that wall. These don't work well at all within a foot or so of that front wall. You just can't do that given the price point where these are positioned and their supposed appeal to the mass market Best Buy type of buyers of families with small kids.


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The ELAC 1.0's pretty much just came out a couple years ago. Generally speaker model lines go for 5-8 years between redesigns. Anyone have any idea what prompted this 2.0 release? Did sales drop off? Production too difficult?
Three years according to the video. Klipsch only released their RP series a few years ago and they're already refreshing them, and I don't recall the B&W CM2 series being out for very long before the new 700 S2 series came out, but yes, it does seem to be the exception rather than the rule.

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The ELAC 1.0's pretty much just came out a couple years ago. Generally speaker model lines go for 5-8 years between redesigns. Anyone have any idea what prompted this 2.0 release? Did sales drop off? Production too difficult?
How about the world is changing, there's a lot of competition, supply chains make it easy to do, and they probably had a lot of things they wanted to change from the day the shipped the last version?

I'm not sure it was ever true that lines would go 5-8 years for this price level of speaker. But there's no reason it should continue to be true in the current world. Any company doing so would miss opportunities to deliver more value for the customer, improve their production costs, and would be just asking to get stomped by the competition.

Add to that the fashion or trendy aspect of speakers, and it doesn't make sense to go that long for speakers aimed at the broader market.
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How about the world is changing, there's a lot of competition, supply chains make it easy to do, and they probably had a lot of things they wanted to change from the day the shipped the last version?

I'm not sure it was ever true that lines would go 5-8 years for this price level of speaker. But there's no reason it should continue to be true in the current world. Any company doing so would miss opportunities to deliver more value for the customer, improve their production costs, and would be just asking to get stomped by the competition.

Add to that the fashion or trendy aspect of speakers, and it doesn't make sense to go that long for speakers aimed at the broader market.
I dont think theres anything different about the supply chain world today that wasnt true 3 years ago. I also don't agree that most manufacturers are out to deliver maximum value to the customer. They're trying to get as much money as possible from them. Perhaps this is akin to car manufacturers having a great new design but taking off certain spoilers and grills and slowly upgrading the appearance of the car over its life-cycle, giving people a reason to get excited for the new changes. I'm gonna guess its just down to them realizing that front porting them would make them a better overall fit for their typical customer.

I wonder how these will stack up vs the 1.0's when the reviews start coming out.
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There's no reason why they (or anyone else) would or should wait 5-8 years between redesigns for speakers at this price level, and there are plenty of good reasons for redesigning them now that have nothing to do with the problems you've tried to infer:
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Has anyone heard when they start shipping?
https://www.cnet.com/news/elac-updat...ith-debut-2-0/

"The Debut 2.0 will be available in the US on March 15, while the UK and Australia will come online in May or June with pricing to be announced. (For reference, $250 is about £180 or AU$320, but expect final prices to be more than that.)" -CNET
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Andrew Jones design?
He is their USA engineer/speaker designer

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Is it reasonable to expect the U-line will also get the 2.0 treatment? Front portage would be attractive in that line-up, too.
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Is it reasonable to expect the U-line will also get the 2.0 treatment? Front portage would be attractive in that line-up, too.

Uni-fi line is about 10 months newer than the Debut. It could be a while yet.
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Wonder how these will stack up against something like the Philharmonic aa bookshelf speakers?
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Of course they are updating the speakers I just bought. I just got F6 towers and I love them, but I guess there is always something new around the corner.
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The on-walls also caught my eye. I happen to like that style. There aren't a lot like that on the market, maybe they're not popular. Cambridge Audio had something similar but a little bigger, the WS30, but it's not clear to me it was actually available much.

The specs are typical meaningless specs, though. No way that onwall goes to 70hz in any meaningful way.

I don't think you can really criticize the manufacturers for selling what people want to buy. At the price point, they are delivering a lot of happiness and enjoyment for the money. I'm happy to see affordable, good sounding speakers become readily available.

I too like and own sealed speakers, but they are (obviously) not superior in every way to other speakers. Different people have different tradeoffs, cost and efficiency matter more to some than others.

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What do you mean in a meaningful way?

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The on-walls also caught my eye. I happen to like that style. There aren't a lot like that on the market, maybe they're not popular. Cambridge Audio had something similar but a little bigger, the WS30, but it's not clear to me it was actually available much.

The specs are typical meaningless specs, though. No way that onwall goes to 70hz in any meaningful way.

I don't think you can really criticize the manufacturers for selling what people want to buy. At the price point, they are delivering a lot of happiness and enjoyment for the money. I'm happy to see affordable, good sounding speakers become readily available.

I too like and own sealed speakers, but they are (obviously) not superior in every way to other speakers. Different people have different tradeoffs, cost and efficiency matter more to some than others.
What specs would you like to see? And what is meaningless about them?

Really curious?

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I'm not sure what the OP wanted, but at a bare minimum frequency response specs should include +/- db ranges for those specs. Ideally within 3db, but if you're going to market based on within 6 db or some other range, at least disclose that within the frequency response.

Personally, I'd also love to see anechoic frequency/amplitude response graphs for all speakers, bonus points for including off-axis performance as well similar to Harman's spinoramas.

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To me, almost everything. They tell me next to nothing about what a speakers will sound like. Give me power handling (although I listen at very low levels), efficiency rating, and due to 60 years of ESLs, impedance. That's it. I don't need anything else.
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So how would the 2.0 compare to Uni-Fi?
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@Walkamo

Looking at the new B6.2, it appears that both the tweeter and mid-woof are set back a bit further in the box vs. B6 (could be an optical illusion)? If so, was that done to control dispersion or for some other reason? Also, the depth of placement between the tweeter and woofer seems rather large, such that it may induce timing/phase issues?

Any info appreciated ..

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To me, almost everything. They tell me next to nothing about what a speakers will sound like. Give me power handling (although I listen at very low levels), efficiency rating, and due to 60 years of ESLs, impedance. That's it. I don't need anything else.
Maybe you should check the website. All of that is listed. For example, here is the B6.2.

Enclosure Type : 2- Way Bass Reflex
Frequency Response: 44Hz ? 35000Hz
Nominal Impedance: 6 Ohms
Sensitivity: 87db @2.83v/1m
Crossover Frequency: 2200Hz
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What I'd like to see is anechoic frequency response measurements

Also Chris, the A4 modules seem to have the same specs as the Debut 1.0 other than the dimensions and finish to better match the rest of the new family. And the price is higher. Am I missing something that's different with the driver?
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Maybe you should check the website. All of that is listed. For example, here is the B6.2.

Enclosure Type : 2- Way Bass Reflex
Frequency Response: 44Hz ? 35000Hz
Nominal Impedance: 6 Ohms
Sensitivity: 87db @2.83v/1m
Crossover Frequency: 2200Hz
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Cabinet: CARB2 Rated MDF
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Dimensions (WxHxD) : 7.69? x 14.76? x 10.55?

What I'd like to see is anechoic frequency response measurements

Also Chris, the A4 modules seem to have the same specs as the Debut 1.0 other than the dimensions and finish to better match the rest of the new family. And the price is higher. Am I missing something that's different with the driver?

"Maybe you should check the website"

Who? Me? I couldn't care less what specs say other than what I mentioned: impedance, power handling and efficiency. Again, they tell me next to nothing about what the speaker will sound like.
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If a manufacturer quotes “70Hz - 35kHz” as a spec, it only says that the speaker produces ‘sound’ at those frequencies. It does not tell me if the sound at 70Hz is twice as loud as the sound at 35kHz. That’s why we need a spec that also mentions the SPL variation within this frequency range, such as ‘+/- XdB from 70Hz - 35kHzw’.

I am very interested in the On-wall speakers and am eager to see some specs or reviews, so that I can make my purchase. I currently have Pradigm’s Signature S2s, but have to go with on-walls due to space constraints.
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Looking at the new B6.2, it appears that both the tweeter and mid-woof are set back a bit further in the box vs. B6 (could be an optical illusion)? If so, was that done to control dispersion or for some other reason? Also, the depth of placement between the tweeter and woofer seems rather large, such that it may induce timing/phase issues?

Any info appreciated ..
More of an optical illusion. The tweeter does have a brand new waveguide to improve the overall dispersion (Widens up the sweet spot).

Andrew should be jumping on this thread later to answer any measurement questions.

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More of an optical illusion. The tweeter does have a brand new waveguide to improve the overall dispersion (Widens up the sweet spot).

Andrew should be jumping on this thread later to answer any measurement questions.

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Any plans for Andrew to design something like a TAD CR1 clone but perhaps around the $5K mark?
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Question. Between the B5.2 and B6.2. What would you say are the main advantages of the B6.2 if you're going to cross over to a subwoofer at 80Hz? Specifically the upper bass and mid-range frequencies, how do they differ? I'm sure more will come out once we get some reviews, but even the original debut there aren't really any legitimate comparisons between the two.
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More of an optical illusion. The tweeter does have a brand new waveguide to improve the overall dispersion (Widens up the sweet spot).

Andrew should be jumping on this thread later to answer any measurement questions.

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But it is a new and different tweeter is it not?
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Andrew should be jumping on this thread later to answer any measurement questions.

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I wish all speaker manufactures would include a spinorama or something similar, especially since the new tweeter "Widens up the sweet spot" and an off-axis graph could show that in a great way.

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Hmmm.. Didn`t find this mentioned anywhere;

Another highlight of the Debut 2.0 series is its app-controlled subwoofer with auto-EQ and what Elac calls one of its most-often-requested features: the ability to control multiple subwoofers at the same time from the app.

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