Mis à jour le 31 August 2021.
Last year Elipson presented its new range of turntables, the Chroma series. Taking up the sleek design that made the success of the French manufacturer’s Alpha and Omega ranges. Initially released in 2014, the Elipson Alpha and Omega are the very first turntables made in France. Thanks to their sleek design and ease of use, these turntables quickly gained recognition in a booming vinyl market. The Elipson Alpha and Omega were not, however, limited to their classic design and were among the first turntables to be available in a Bluetooth version allowing you to enjoy your vinyl records on a wireless speaker or Bluetooth headphones.
Chroma turntables mark Elipson’s desire to offer ever more advanced performance based on an acclaimed design. This approach is representative of the manufacturer’s philosophy and is an essential element of the brand’s designs, as exemplified by the famous Elipson Planet M and Elipson Planet L spherical speakers, or the Elip s on W35 connected speaker, as well as the high-end Elipson BS50 Tribute , Elipson Heritage XLS 15 and the splendid Elipson Legacy 3230 inspired by the 4050 speaker intially released in the 1960s.
Comprised of the following turntables: Elipson Chroma 200 , Chroma 200 RIAA , Chroma 200 RIAA BT , Chroma 400 , Chroma 400 RIAA , Chroma 400 RIAA BT , Chroma 400 Carbon and Chroma 400 RIAA BT Carbon, the Chroma range stands out from the Alpha and Omega series by the addition of a new platted, a graduated counterweight, an arm lifter, a new platter axis system, a new motor and suspension assembly and an improved electronic board as well as a new carbon tonearm for the Elipson Chroma 400 turntables.
Now offered in a new version that highlight their elegant design, the Elipson Chroma 400 , Chroma 400 RIAA and Chroma 400 RIAA BT turntables are available in walnut and light oak finishes.
Benefiting from the French brand’s expertise, the Elipson Chroma 400 turntables with walnut and light oak finish combine aesthetic design and sound performance, an recipe that is dear to Elipson.