Elipson XLS7

Dial in to heritage

Elipson has added a new bookshelf speaker, the XLS7, to its Heritage line.

Designed in Paris and engineered in Burgundy, it sits under the range’s larger XLS11 and XLS15 siblings.

Elipson XLS7

A two-way design, the XLS7 sports a 6.5”domed mid/bass driver that’s reinforced with a front firing port. Treble duties are taken care of via a 0.87” silk dome tweeter, lifted directly from its bigger brethren.

Following in the footsteps of the other Heritage models, the XLS7 also sports a front panel high frequency tuning dial for +/– 2dB adjustment, to better integrate it into a range of listening spaces.

Priced at £799, plus extra for dedicated stands, find out more at elipson.com.


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