Calibration discs by Elipson

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The French brand Elipson, which specializes in loudspeakers, amplifiers, and turntables, offers two calibration discs designed for hi-fi systems. Sold for 29 euros, the Ultimate Technical Record is a 180g vinyl record made in France and developed to get the best performance out of your turntable. As for the Elipson Ultimate Technical CD, it is sold for 19 euros and was made to help you run in speakers and perfectly tune and adjust the speaker drivers as well the electronic components in your Hi-Fi system. These two discs were developed by audio engineers and consist of multiple tracks specially made to optimize the performance of your turntable and audio system.

Moreover, the Elipson Ultimate Technical Record is used by the brand during the testing phase of each Elipson turntable to ensure every single model meets the company’s standards before leaving the factory.

The Elipson Ultimate Technical Record is a 180g disc pressed in France and developed to help optimize your turntable’s performance.

The Elipson Ultimate Technical Record is comprised of:

  • A left channel and right channel test signal
  • A phase control test
  • A sound volume control track (center / left / right)
  • An RIAA curve control (100Hz,  1kHz, 10kHz)
  • A silent track
  • Sweep signal tracks
  • Noise tracks
  • A standard wow and flutter test
  • A 440 tracks
  • Sine wave tracks
  • Square wave tracks

The Elipson Ultimate Technical CD includes measurement and adjustment tracks as well as special tracks to run in loudspeakers and electronic devices.

The CD includes:

The Elipson Ultimate Technical CD was developed by audio engineers to run in and optimize loudspeakers as well the electronic components of a Hi-Fi system.
  • A left channel and right channel test signal
  • A phase control test
  • A sine wave test at 1kHz (-20dB)
  • A left channel signal
  • A right channel signal
  • A silent track
  • A sweep signal covering the entirety of the sound spectrum
  • A sweep signal exclusively covering the low frequency range
  • Noise tracks (pink noise, white noise, etc.)
  • A 440 tracks
  • Sine wave tracks
  • Square wave tracks

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