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Enclave Audio Eclipse 5.1.2 Channel Soundbar System Supports Dolby Atmos 

In a departure from its WiSA home theater systems, Enclave Audio adds the Eclipse Dolby Atmos Soundbar to its product mix.

Enclave Audio Eclipse 5.1.2 Dolby Atmos Soundbar

Enclave Audio has a reputation for making innovative wireless home theater systems using WiSA technology, such as the CineHome II 5.1 and the THX Certified CineHome Pro. In a rather interesting departure, they have decided to also enter the soundbar market with their first non-WiSA product, the Eclipse soundbar/subwoofer system. 

Tip: Read our review of the Enclave Audio CineHome Pro System

What the Enclave Audio Eclipse Offers

Product Design: The Eclipse soundbar fits below most TVs without obstructing the screen. It can also be wall-mounted (wall mounting kit included)

Enclave Audio Eclipse 5.1.2 Dolby Atmos Soundbar Parts Exploded

Speaker Complement: The soundbar houses six horizontal-facing speakers and four vertically firing speakers for a total of 10 inside the soundbar. The speakers are allocated as follows: One each for the main left, right, and center channels, one each for left and right side channels, and two speakers each (woofer and tweeter) for the two height channels.

Wireless Subwoofer: In addition to the soundbar speaker complement, the Eclipse includes a ported down-firing wireless subwoofer with an 8-inch driver. The subwoofer connects wirelessly to the soundbar via easy pairing. Since it is wireless, the subwoofer can be conveniently placed nearly anywhere in the room (within 33 feet or 10 meters) where bass response is best. 

Enclave Audio Eclipse 5.1.2 Dolby Atmos Soundbar Angle

Dolby Atmos: The Eclipse’s two upward-firing speakers deliver Dolby Atmos height channels that create overhead sound, for experiencing Dolby Atmos-encoded movies, immersive Dolby Atmos music, or gaming. The Eclipse can also up-mix non-Atmos content to deliver height, surround, and center channels for a virtual Atmos listening experience.

Tip: Dolby Digital, Dolby Digital Plus, and Dolby True HD are also supported. DTS surround sound formats are not supported at this time.

EQ Modes: In addition to traditional bass and treble settings, the Eclipse also provided an EQ feature with the following presets to optimize the listening experience for different types of content: Standard, Movie, Music, News, Sport, and Game. In addition, the Night option provides a more even sound profile at a low listening level, and the Voice EQ option makes dialog easier to hear if needed. 

Video Passthrough: In addition to audio, the Eclipse provides video pass-through up to 4K UHD resolution and is also compatible with the HDR10, 10+, and Dolby Vision HDR formats. 3D video pass-through is also supported.

Tip: The Eclipse also provides an A/V Sync setting, should that be needed if the sound and video don’t match. 

Enclave Audio Eclipse 5.1.2 Dolby Atmos Soundbar Rear Connections

Setup: The Eclipse is easy to set up and use. With an HDMI, digital optical/coaxial (or aux-in for older TVs, the sound bar is ready to go. Built-in HDMI ARC/eARC can pass through most surround sound formats. 

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Tip: HDMI and Aux cables are provided, Digital optical/coax cables require additional purchase). Check your TV and source components to see what cables are needed for your setup.

Control: The Eclipse comes with wireless remote control. There are also onboard controls for power, source/input selection, and volume. 

Connections

Enclave Audio Eclipse Connections Diagram
  • (2) HDMI Inputs (ver 2.0)
  • (1) HDMI Output (ARC/eARC) 
  • (1) Digital optical input
  • (1) Analog 3.5mm input (Aux)
  • (1) USB-A (FAT 16/32, 32Gb Storage Max, MP3 playback only)

Tip: Bluetooth Ver 5.1 (A2DP, AVRCP profiles)  is also included for streaming music from compatible devices, such as smartphones.

Additional Specifications

  • Model Number: EA-150-SB
  • Total System Power Output: 760 Watts Peak

Soundbar

  • Frequency Response: 150Hz to 20kHz
  • Dimensions (LWH): 1200 x 108 x 70mm (47.2 x 4.2 x 2.7 inches)
  • Weight: 4 Kg (8.13 lbs)
Enclave Audio Eclipse Subwoofer

Subwoofer

  • Frequency Response: 40Hz to 150Hz
  • Dimensions (LWH): 240 x 240 x 420mm  ( 9.4 x 9.4 x 16.5 inches)
  • Weight: 5.25 Kg (11.9 lbs)

What Comes in the Box

What's in the box: Enclave Audio Eclipse 5.1.2 Dolby Atmos Soundbar
  • Soundbar
  • Wireless Subwoofer
  • Remote control and 2 AAA batteries
  • Power cord (2 soundbar and subwoofer)
  • HDMI cable
  • 3.5mm audio cable
  • Wall-mount template kit
  • User Guide

Tip: Digital Optical and Digital Coaxial Cables are not included.

Enclave Audio Eclipse 5.1.2 Dolby Atmos Soundbar with Subwoofer Front

Pricing and Availability 

The Enclave Audio Eclipse 5.1.2 Channel Soundbar/Subwoofer system is available now for $599 at Amazon, as well as direct from Enclave Audio or authorized dealers

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