The Jordan Eikona is a highly refined full-range driver, the culmination of over 60 years’ research into loudspeakers. The Eikona is designed to present music with a rare naturalness and coherence, free from crossovers, tweeters or hi-fi artifice.
It is suited to a wide variety of systems, from high-end analogue to modern digital audio. Its ability to deliver superb sound from a small enclosure makes it ideal for both home theatre and in-wall systems.
The Eikona is available for enthusiasts to build into their own cabinets. We have a range of DIY loudspeaker plans, from a compact, bookshelf loudspeaker to a floor-standing, transmission line array.
If you’re new to Jordan loudspeakers, we recommend you read our Audio Building Blocks series of articles which give an excellent overview of what can be accomplished with this unique drive unit.
Hi-Fi industry customer: “In over 2 years of critical listening, the Eikonas have never given themselves away. They cope with everything I throw at them. They truly are the audiophile bargain of the millennium.”
The Eikona features:
– unique Controflex™ alloy cone
– refined, carefully-balanced performance parameters
– wide bandwidth performance from small enclosures
– no requirement for crossovers or tweeters
– natural-sounding high frequency response
– excellent low frequency performance in appropriate enclosure
– dependable, high quality components and manufacture
– a circular, die-cast chassis for ease of mounting
The Jordan Eikona is designed in the UK by Ted Jordan and assembled in Denmark by Scan-Speak A/S using critical components manufactured in Britain. The combination of the UK’s legendary loudspeaker designer and Europe’s leading drive unit manufacturer has resulted in a high-end, full-range loudspeaker for the discerning audiophile.
Units are supplied in pairs and foam mounting gaskets are provided.
Eikona Chassis size
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Eikona measured parameters
Frequency response, on axis:
– orange band shows +/- 3 dB limits
– yellow band shows +/- 6 dB limits
Frequency response and distortion on axis
Cumulative spectral decay
Eikona photo by Photography by Ward