The new Carina series of loudspeakers made its European debut at this year’s Munich High End show demonstrating the company’s signature of audio quality wrapped in attractive design.
Audio reproduction is delivered by ELAC’s JET folded tweeter and the drive unit’s bespoke aluminum membrane. The series consists of three models: Carina FS 247.4 (floor-standing), Carina BS 243.4 (bookshelf) and Carina CC 241.4 (centre).
In addition to ELAC’s more traditional speakers, Invision can now offer its customers the Navis ARB-51 active loudspeaker. These attractive crafted wireless speakers were the recipients of an EISA 2019 best product award.
Another product at the forefront of audio development is ELAC’s Discovery Music Server. Roon ready, it allows whole home streaming of digital audio content: streaming services, downloads, ripped CDs – all between users and across devices.
And, Roon supports any digital music collection with a library of images and information—an archive of material designed to add depth, knowledge and excitement to the listening experience.
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Invision and ELAC can now also has a range of three turntables. The new Miracord 60 is a belt-driven turntable which takes its technology blueprint from the award-winning Miracord 90 and offers the same technical design features and choice of high-quality materials at a keen price point.
The high gloss painted plinth is flanked by aluminium elements, with a tonearm featuring a carbon tube and a new aluminum platter serving as the foundation for music reproduction.
Lastly, ELAC’s range of multi-room amplifiers, including the small but powerful 3.1 IS AMP 340, which debuted at ISE this year, which Invision argues shows ELAC’s ability to create products to excite dealers, and music lovers alike.
ELAC Electroacoustic GMBH, managing director Lars Baumann comments, “Elac is looking forward to this exciting opportunity to take our business to the next level with Invision. Our Partnership will enable us to develop and grow our current business and solidify our position in the UK and Ireland.”