ELAC Uni-fi speakers Feature in advance three-way design that uses a two way coaxial driver for the midrange and treble. These speakers are designed by Andrew Jones who has a reputation for creating great designs utilizing coaxial drivers. This is a high-performance speaker line that provides dynamic reproduction of music and movie material, but it is demanding on your amplification with a nominal impedance of 4 ohms.
This sale features the ELAC Uni-fi UB5 bookshelf speaker, the UF5 floorstanding speaker and the UC5 Center channel speaker. You can use a pair of the bookshelf for the tower to build out a great stereo system, or you can combine the towers, the center, and the bookshelf model to create a precise and capable surroundsound system.
These sale prices are available through numerous retailers, we are providing Amazon links. The sale remains in effect through May 11, 2020.
ELAC UB5 BOOKSHELF SPEAKERS (PAIR)
Only $405.98 (Regular Price $579.98)
- Packs a punch for such a small speaker
- Perfect choice to use as a satellite
- Performs as a nearfield monitor, use it on your desktop
- Rear firing port
- Frequency response – 46 to 25,000 Hz. Sensitivity – 85 dB at 2.83 v/1m
ELAC UF5 FLOORSTANDING SPEAKER (EACH)
Only $399.98 (Regular Price $579.98)
- High-quality tower speaker for under a thousand dollars per pair
- Three-way design featuring coaxial two-way driver
- Aluminum drivers
- Design by Andrew Jones
- Outstanding choice for music
- Frequency response – 42 to 25,000 Hz. Sensitivity – 85 dB at 2.83 v/1m
ELAC UC5 CENTER SPEAKER (EACH)
Only $279.98 (Regular Price $399.98)
- Three-way concentric design solves the lobing issues that plague two-way center channels
- Perfect match to use with Unifi bookshelf or floorstanding models
- Dual rear firing ports
- Frequency response – 48 to 25,000 Hz. Sensitivity – 85 dB at 2.83 v/1m
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