Thursday, November 2nd 2017

Edifier Launches Their Elegant S2000 Pro Speakers

Edifier, a leading global designer and manufacturer of award-winning audio systems has brought cutting edge sound technology to a classic style with its latest 2.0 speaker. Edifier's S2000 Pro pays tribute to speakers from the past with its elegant wood side panelling, however the components inside are state-of-the-art high-end audio. From new electro-acoustic technology to a specialty tweeter and woofer, and four on-board equalizer settings the S2000 Pro elevates the listening experience across all music genres.

The S2000 Pro features a rich low-distorted flat diaphragm tweeter. This flat diaphragm provides a fast response rate that gives benefits such as excellent high frequencies that lower tiered bookshelf speakers do not provide. An aluminium cone woofer with Digital Sound Processing digital electronic crossover makes sounds unique and clear with high-strength, low-distortion and achieves incredibly loud and heavy bass.
The S2000 Pro uses three professional digital amplifier chips for producing the best sound in its class. The TAS5754 from Texas Instruments run independently from each other ensuring they do not cause interference while running their respective purpose. The first chip is in control of treble and bass, respectively driving both speakers. The second chip runs strictly the woofers of the S2000Pro using a PBTL (parallel to the bridge) connection which helps build power reserves. The last TAS5754 is dedicated to the amplifier output frequency of 768KHz. With the dedicated chip these speakers are fully optimize to reduce high frequency distortion and local noise.

The 18mm thick wood side panels on the S2000 Pro reduce the resonance and highlight aspects of audio design that have never been heard before. Each panel has been painstakingly precision cut from much thicker sheets of wood; - then gone through multiple polishing and smoothing processes to achieve the lustrous final product. A matt black front panel and metallic silver surface grille complete the classic aesthetic design.

Change the sound of your speakers at the press of a button. The S2000Pro has four on-board Equalizer settings: vocal, monitor, classic, and dynamic. The vocal setting pairs perfectly for watching TV.

The S2000Pro comes with a professional wireless remote control for easy volume control and input selection. Also included is a unique five-pin connector made by Edifier which separates treble and bass signal transmission, as well as reduces interference.. Audio can be streamed via Bluetooth 4.0 or connected by optical/coaxial or 3.5mm AUX cables.

Specifications
  • Power Output: L/R (treble): 12W + 12W RMS
  • L/R (mid-range and bass): 50W + 50W RMS
  • Noise Level:≤25dB(A)
  • Signal to Noise Ratio: ≥94dB(A)
  • Input Sensitivity: Balanced input: 750mV ± 50mV
  • Auxiliary input: 600mV ± 50mV
  • Bluetooth input: 350 ± 50mFFs
  • Optical input: 350 ± 50mFFs
  • Coaxial input: 350 ± 50mFFs
  • Frequency Response: 48Hz≈20KHz
  • Tweeter Unit: Plana diaphragm tweeters
  • Mid-Range & Bass Driver: 5.5 inch (148mm)
  • Dimension: 8in x 13.5in x 10.5in (W x H x D)
Price and Availability
The Edifier S2000 Pro is available now at SRP £429.99.
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12 Comments on Edifier Launches Their Elegant S2000 Pro Speakers

#1
HammerON
The Watchful Moderator
About a year ago I grew tired of the terrible sound from a cheap set of 2.1 speakers I had bought for my office. I started searching around and found the Edifier R1700BT. They were in my price range on Amazon and had good ratings. Purchased them without knowing anything about Edifier.
I have to say that I have been thoroughly impressed with the Edifier speakers I bought and really enjoy their rich, clean sound. The base is actually pretty good as well!
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#2
P4-630
Some classy speakers. I do like them, not so much the price though..
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#3
Sp33d Junki3
Price is about right for studio monitors of this type.
I still use my S330D for 6 years now.
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#4
HossHuge
I've been rocking Edifier r2700's for the past 7ish years. I have other Edifier speakers as well. Still sound great.

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#5
Sp33d Junki3
I agree on the Edifier r2700. The clear highs and bass is just how good those are.
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#6
dnihilist
I have these since March as they were made available in Asia much earlier. They're great value for the price, but the remote design is awful. The back is basically a half tube so it rocks if you try to press a button when it's just lying down. That's Chinese UI/UX/design for you.
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#7
Prima.Vera
For that price you can buy a decent 5.1 audio system, common!
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#9
Th3pwn3r
Prima.Vera
For that price you can buy a decent 5.1 audio system, common!
Well yeah but these are more geared towards audiophiles. You can get a 5.1 system for $200 easily and it may get subjectively loud and sound good but I personally wouldn't expect a great experience from it. And they mention an aluminum cone, well the best sound comes from wood or paper cones, hands down.
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#11
Th3pwn3r
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Hardly: https://www.amazon.com/gp/search/ref=sr_nr_p_36_3?rnid=386442011&keywords=5.1+audio+system&fst=p90x:1&rh=n:172282,k:5.1+audio+system,p_n_feature_two_browse-bin:1267494011&sort=price-desc-rank&qid=1509714416&low-price=300&high-price=550&tag=tec06d-20
You can, also, Samsung's audio is crap. They make good looking TVs but their service is also terrible and they employ neanderthals for techs.

I bought a JVC 5.1 system NIB for $199.99 and it lasted me over 10 years, I also own Denon and Yamaha stuff, Onkyo...list goes on. My favorite speakers were my Polk RTI12s, sounded great and produced some serious thunder but they were $700.
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#12
micropage7
edifier is pretty good, too bad i have small table:D:D
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