EDIFIER E25 Luna Eclipse 2.0 Wireless Speakers. Were £130 NOW £49.99 @ PCWorld
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EDIFIER E25 Luna Eclipse 2.0 Wireless Speakers. Were £130 NOW £49.99 @ PCWorld

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Found 20th Jul 2014
These speakers look fantastic and have great reviews. Very powerful for the size and have great sound. A friend of mine has them in white and paid around £150 not long ago so this looks like a great deal. £95 is about the best price from anywhere else with most places selling them for well over £100.

Available for home delivery.

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Original Poster

http://www.edifier.us.com/Portals/0/2/e25whitewithcomputer.jpg
http://www.edifier.us.com/Portals/0/2/e25white1.jpg

I probably should have checked stock before reading reviews
Not available at my local but there's a pair in Blackpool. Can't easily get there

Also a pair at Botley Road, Oxford ...

Original Poster

MBeeching

I probably should have checked stock before reading reviews :DNot … I probably should have checked stock before reading reviews :DNot available at my local but there's a pair in Blackpool. Can't easily get there


cjed

Also a pair at Botley Road, Oxford ...



Am i missing something? Says "available for home delivery" for me.

MBeeching

I probably should have checked stock before reading reviews :DNot … I probably should have checked stock before reading reviews :DNot available at my local but there's a pair in Blackpool. Can't easily get there

cjed

Also a pair at Botley Road, Oxford ...



Looks like the listing has been updated. Got a decision to make now.
Thanks for the reply

These look pretty awesome, can't find too many reviews on line though, might buy them on the off chance...
Has anyone had any experience of these speakers? How do they compare with Soundsticks Wireless et al?

Wow these look fantastic, still not sure if I should go for these or a set of studio monitors around £70-120

OOS for home delivery.

Cheers OP - reserved plenty of reviews online and most seem pretty favourable, with those that aren't so find of sound tend to be due to it's standard price. But at £50 seems like a steal. Here's another bluetooth speaker to my ever growing collection !

Just called to confirm I have reserved two of the last few sets. These are going for over £100 on ebay

Just picked up a couple of sets today, both sealed.

They still had a pair on the shelf, beautiful things and weigh much more than I expected.

Hopefully they'll sound as good as they look.

Thanks OP.

Assume these are mains power. Doesn't look like you can wall mount though :-(

nikc0069

Assume these are mains power. Doesn't look like you can wall mount though … Assume these are mains power. Doesn't look like you can wall mount though :-(



You need a fairly sturdy bracket, they're pretty big and very heavy.

In the London area, only in stock at Brentford - too far for me :-(

Original Poster

Glad i ordered before i posted the deal. Spoke to my mate who has them in white today and he said he thought he got a great deal when he bought them for £130 (reduced from £170). I almost didn't have the heart to tell him i've ordered them for £50.................almost

Well done to those who got hold of some. Hope they are as good as i've been told. Apparently you can wall mount them too.

Managed to reserve some earlier - Packaging is very Apple-esque. Just set them up, and the sound is really really good For £50 you can't go wrong!

Does anyone know if I will be able to mount these on stands?

Does anyone know if there is any deals on HUKD rehab?
More money spent.

Original Poster

Kizzer

Does anyone know if I will be able to mount these on stands?


Wall or stand mountable YouTube review (2.57)

Alfresco

Wall or stand mountable YouTube review (2.57)



Thanks again!

cancelled my order, because PC world don't allow you to open the packaging or try the product at home.

You have to return it sealed and unused, it's like buying a car without ever driving it.

kamaran

cancelled my order, because PC world don't allow you to open the … cancelled my order, because PC world don't allow you to open the packaging or try the product at home.You have to return it sealed and unused, it's like buying a car without ever driving it.



Just try it and if you don't like it tell them it's broken.

R&C for Hedge End!

In stock at mansfield and some notts stored.

Some in Dundee (East) Kingsway if help to anyone

This might suit some 160w for £70 ebay.co.uk/itm…546
Edited by: "mmickk" 22nd Jul 2014

ordered, thanks a lot op

Had some in my basket, then read some reviews. In short - look fantastic, but aren't that loud, and lack bass. And for that reason, I'm out.

johnwilliamson47

Wow these look fantastic, still not sure if I should go for these or a … Wow these look fantastic, still not sure if I should go for these or a set of studio monitors around £70-120


You'd be better off with the studio monitors, the usual high price for these is due to the wireless and styling. Sound quality wouldn't touch some nice monitors in your price range.

Stud

Had some in my basket, then read some reviews. In short - look fantastic, … Had some in my basket, then read some reviews. In short - look fantastic, but aren't that loud, and lack bass. And for that reason, I'm out.



I'm no audio anorak but they sound pretty damn good to me, up there in quality with top end Logitech, Soundsticks Wireless (miles better Bluetooth connection actually), Revo and Kit Sound (stuff I own to compare them with). Probably not as good as dedicated high end audio gear but then they cost £50 and I'm streaming Bluetooth off my phone / computer so I probably wouldn't notice anyway.
Not as bassy as a 2.1 system but then, that's not necessarily a bad thing.

I'm torn between some studio monitors and high end headphones.

Would these work with the Amex £25 deal even though it's collect from store?

Here are a couple of critic reviews. Take into account that the reviews are based on full price of $199 / £130.

Some notes: - does sound slightly better wired as opposed to bluetooth. For me, as it's for computer, I don't mind wired.
- General consensus is bass isn't a match for a 2.1.
- beautiful, but some reviews said it was much to pay (again this was full price)
Just Google 'edifier e25 luna review' and you'll find plenty of pro reviews (even past first page results!)

I reserved and got pair myself other day. Haven't managed to give then a run through, but tried demo unit on shelf and was pretty impressed with their volume. Mighty impressed for £50

3*: pcmag.com/art…923,00.asp

4.5*: digitaltrends.com/pc-…ew/!bjXv7N

8.5*: roundreviews.co.uk/rev…rs/

Some left in Uxbridge if anyone's interested - was going to get them myself, but decided I prefer the red coloured ones - probably will get them later on from Amazon for the full price - style is important too

Romasato

Some left in Uxbridge if anyone's interested - was going to get them … Some left in Uxbridge if anyone's interested - was going to get them myself, but decided I prefer the red coloured ones - probably will get them later on from Amazon for the full price - style is important too



So you'd rather pay 3x the price just to get it in red I'm pretty sure at £155 you could find better alternatives than this.

kamaran

cancelled my order, because PC world don't allow you to open the … cancelled my order, because PC world don't allow you to open the packaging or try the product at home.You have to return it sealed and unused, it's like buying a car without ever driving it.


Except when you buy brand new it hasn't been driven by someone else thinking of buying that kind of car.

If they don't have a demo unit, it sucks but this is £50 and worth a punt.

After trying mine out last night, while Jnr was sleeping. They sound pretty good. I have been using Soundstick II and JBL Jembe
While these are not as bassy as the Sticks they are just as clear if not better and knock the Jembe for 6.

MRR_ltd

So you'd rather pay 3x the price just to get it in red I'm pretty sure … So you'd rather pay 3x the price just to get it in red I'm pretty sure at £155 you could find better alternatives than this.



It is only 2x the price - £109 on Amazon: amazon.co.uk/Edi…LM/ ;-) But I agree - for that price then there must be something better!

Ok so I just tried them out in my local PC world Megastore. Had I received and opened them at home, I may have more seen them in a more positive light.

My comments which are based in comparisons to other units on display:

In pure black they don't look as good
Sound quality seemed ok - nothing special
The touch controls for volume and power are v fiddly

Given the above I'm out. I think my interest (like most HUKD deals) stemmed from the price reduction rather than a genuine need or the actual value.


Romasato

Some left in Uxbridge if anyone's interested - was going to get them … Some left in Uxbridge if anyone's interested - was going to get them myself, but decided I prefer the red coloured ones - probably will get them later on from Amazon for the full price - style is important too



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