EJ Jordan Designs was established in 1976 to design and manufacture unique, high-fidelity loudspeakers. We have been bringing natural sound to music lovers around the world for over 40 years.

E J ‘Ted’ Jordan pioneered the use of full-range, single-cone drive units in the 1950s. His designs are renowned for refined engineering and musicality, the result of his deep understanding of the underlying acoustic principles.

Jordan Aurora 800

The Jordan Aurora 800 system

The story continues with the Jordan Eikona drive unit. This sophisticated, single-cone loudspeaker is capable of presenting music with a level of focus and coherence that is unobtainable with multi-way speaker systems. It does this without the complication of crossovers, tweeters or hi-fi artifice.

Our complete speaker systems are the Jordan Aurora 800 and 400. These wall-mounted loudspeakers are visually elegant and offer unparalleled stereo imaging.


We featured in the October issue of Hi-Fi News and Record Review. Visit the blog for details.

Our latest blog is a comparison between the legendary BBC LS3/5a speakers and a pair of Eikona 2s installed in genuine BBC cabinets.

Recent customer testimonials for EJ Jordan loudspeakers:


“I wish I would have ordered these sooner. This driver is really something special. In my opinion, its better than the Scanspeak Revelator. The bass is just as deep and strong yet cleaner and much better defined, the midrange is clearer and more natural. I was also very impressed with the high end, open, clean and detailed. This is a very balanced sounding driver. I’ve got to tell you, I’m floored, I certainly didn’t expect the sound quality that I’m getting, especially straight out of the box.”

Aurora System 800

“We had friends around for dinner. Their son has recorded 4 CDs so I found them (on Tidal) and we played a few tracks. The overall comment was ‘We have heard him play in a room and it sounds just like that.’ One of my friends said about the Aurora system, ‘I want one!’ They loved the Aurora 800 cabinets.”

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