February 16th, 2005
|Simon Rhodes, Senior Recording Engineer of
Abbey Road Studios, London,
endorsed ECLIPSE Home-use Egg-shaped Speaker [TD712z]
Senior Recording Engineer of Abbey Road Studios, London
@FUJITSU TEN LIMITED(Headquarters: Kobe, Japan, President: Takamitsu Tsuchimoto, Capital: 5.3billion
yen) the manufacturer of the unique ECLIPSE TD home audio speaker system
uses Simon Rhodes, a senior recording engineer of Abbey Road Studios in
London as the endorser of [TD712z], the latest speaker system in the ECLIPSE
@Simon Rhodes is well known internationally as a senior recording engineer
of world famous "Abbey Road Studios" through his works for films
and music. He has engineered many Hollywood film scores as well as co-producing
many sound truck albums. The endorsement agreement was concluded based
on his high evaluation of the performance of [TD712z] which had been released
on November 2004 as the latest model in its series. From February 2005,
his comments and pictures will appear in our catalogues, magazine advertisements,
and homepages etc.
@"ECLIPSE TD series" is a home audio speaker system based on "Time Domain" theory, which is to reproduce original sound waveforms and realize accurate sound image positioning. ECLIPSE TD series has been praised by many top artists, studio engineers and audio fans since its arrival in November 2001.
@Brian Eno; a music producer of "U2", and Randy Brecker; a jazz
trumpeter, have already been endorsers of the first ECLIPSE TD series,
, and their comments and pictures have also been utilized for our
catalogues and homepages.
|` Comments from Simon Rhodes `
|@These speakers don't shout at you. They just gently open your ears to
a whole new world of appreciation. At the beginning of many sounds there
is a brief burst of activity before the sound settles down. Our microphones,
mixing consoles and tape machines pick it up, but our traditional loudspeakers
do not react quickly enough to reproduce it. As a result, much of the colour
that is being shaped in the studio is not being faithfully reacted in our
@These speakers, however, are so responsive this lost detail has at last started to be revealed. As a consequence I find that their reproduction of certain instruments is the best I've ever heard.
[Simon Rhodes Profile]
A senior recording engineer of Abbey Road Studios, London. Winner of the
Grammy Awards in 2 categories in 2001. He has engineered many Grammy Awarded
films such as Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone, Harry Potter and
the Chambers of Secrets.
Notting Hill, 1999
Thirteen Days, 2000
Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone, 2001
Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, 2002
The Passion, 2004
The Phantom of the Opera, 2004