UK-based Stratton Acoustics has launched its latest eye catching loudspeaker. Named the Element 12. Its design is a compact two-way, reflex-loaded approach, complete with integral stand.

Created by the same duo who conceived the Elypsis 1512 (company Founder, Designer and Manufacturer David Fowler and Electro-Acoustic Engineer Phil Ward), the Element 12 is formed from 26mm and 46mm bamboo ply panels for an internally braced cabinet.

Its custom 12″ paper mid/bass driver features dual voice-coils and a NeFeB (neodymium-iron-boron) magnet motor system.

Stratton Element colourways

Twin reflex ports located on the underside of the speaker aid its in-room response (down to a claimed 38Hz) alongside offering more room friendly positioning.

High frequencies come courtesy of the same 29mm (1.2″) soft dome tweeter that’s used in the Elypsis 1512 model, housed in Stratton’s patented and mechanically isolated assembly which also employs a NeFeB magnet motor, with a higher than average 94dB sensitivity.

Its integral stand is formed from 3mm thick, powder-coated, structural steel panels (based on Voronoi geometry), underpinned by a high-gloss bamboo ply and natural cork base.

Element-12-Maple with Silver 1

Available in four high gloss finishes (piano white with silver, piano black with black and gold, maple with silver, and ziricote with black and gold), the Element 12 costs £32,000.

Find out more at Stratton Acoustics Ltd.