Meet Edifier's e10 Exclaim Bi-Amped 2.0 Speaker System – Price, Specs & Availability

By Alexandra Burlacu | Nov 07, 2012 12:18 PM EST

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Audio systems manufacturer Edifier has introduced its new e10 Exclaim, an active bi-amped 2.0 speaker system aiming to combine pleasing aesthetics with a quality sound experience.

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Each one of the new Exclaim speakers comes with its own internal amplifier, delivering 36 watts RMS power to six internal active speakers. Each unit has its midrange/tweeter housings with two passive radiators for providing high efficiency and dynamic range, and two additional passive radiators. The latter deliver deep bass and high performance from the woofers.

"Edifier's ExclaimTM is an active bi-amped 2.0 speaker system that combines smooth curves and straight lines, resulting in an audio system that is stunning to look, as it is to listen to," the company touts in its press release.

"Designed to complement a computer system, television or mobile device, Exclaim'sTM versatility and extraordinary sound make it an ideal speaker system for any audio device. Thanks to full integral DSP (Digital Signal Processing) and DRC (Dynamic Range Compensation), ExclaimTM delivers superb tonal balance regardless of volume setting, and keeps any possible distortion at an absolute minimum."

Edifier's new Exclaim audio system comes with a 3.5mm auxiliary cable, allowing for easy connection to any audio device. When it comes to design, the Exclaim speakers seem to hit the right balance in terms of creativity - they are neither bland and utterly boring, nor do they go over the top and overkill the design.

The design is clean and easy on the eyes, with built in volume and power/ standby controls discreetly located on the side of the master speaker unit.

The e10 Exclaim speaker system is set to be available soon, if not immediately, from Edifier's online store. The set comes with a US$99.99 price tag, and ships to Canada as well for the $99.99 Canadian dollars.

It is also worth noting that Edifier does not market its new speakers just to the computing and television amplification audience, but to the mobile crowd as well. The mobile universe is now wider than ever, and smartphones and tablets are becoming increasingly ubiquitous. Offering a system that can maximize the audio experience on a smartphone or a tablet may be Edifier's best move.

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