A pair of Bluetooth headphones offering an incomparable sound, the Elipson In Ear is the worthy inheritor of the most stunning hi-fi speakers the brand has produced in the past 80 years. An elegant, heavy-duty design entirely made of solid aluminium. These headphones are compatible with all new generation smartphones.
Discover these wireless Elipson headphones and experience the incredible sound the brand has been bringing to cinemas, public spaces, major events and studios for the past 80 years.
The solid, brushed aluminium earbuds and three-button remote control give this model an elegant appearance which remains faithful to Elipson's signature aesthetic codes.
These in-ear headphones offer the best acoustic insulation possible. A range of tips to fit all ear shapes is included.
Enjoy total freedom of movement thanks to the Bluetooth 4.0 connection. A range of 10 metres allows for comfortable wireless listening for about 6 hours.
The in-line remote remote allows the user to control voice calls and audio playback simply and efficiently. The headphones are also equipped with an omnidirectional microphone offering both perfectly natural sound and compatibility with Android and iOS. In addition, they benefit from multipoint technology allowing up to two devices to be connected.
In short, these headphones benefit from a range of multifunctional technologies to stand as a heavyweight in their category.
Elipson is a French brand that dates back to 1938, known as Multimoteur at the time. Since the start this speaker company has focused on loudspeakers with a strong visual identity, the elliptical shapes are coupled with the name. The still legendary BS50 loudspeaker from Elipson was launched in 1953, an elliptical loudspeaker with the driver facing upwards to an acoustic reflector. It made a huge statement in the 50’s.
A lot of today’s design builds on the philosophy from that time. They strive to push the boundaries outside the normal hi-fi train of thought, as beautifully demonstrated by the current top of the range, Sound Tree. A loudspeaker system built up from a subwoofer “trunk” with twelve Planet M speakers hanging from it like branches with apples, hanging from the tree with varying lengths.