Congratulations on choosing the Acoustic Energy AELITE One,
a powerful compact two-way loudspeaker which features
metal diaphragm technology and is capable of outstanding
performance. Please take a few moments to read this
manual. The advice it contains will enable you to get the very
best performance out of your Acoustic Energy loudspeakers.
The AELITE One utilises metal cone mid-bass drive unit technology,
proven in the AE Reference series. The rigid anodised alloy cone ensures
pure piston action and also acts as a heat sink for the bonded voice coil.
These features provide exceptional clarity, transparency, dynamics and
The tweeter - or treble driver - is a high-quality neodymium unit with a
silk fabric dome integrating smoothly with the rest of the system.
All drive units are fully magnetically shielded so that the speakers
can be used in close proximity to a TV screen or monitor for AV
The Acoustic Energy AELITE One loudspeaker uses quality OFC
internal wiring, which enhances detail and transparency.
The AELITEOne speakers are best heard with the tweeters at, or just
below, ear height when the listener is seated. For serious listening the
grilles are best removed.
Rigid support is essential for the speaker to develop its full detail and
dynamic performance. Rigid stands with spikes, cones or other methods
of secure mounting are recommended. Or wall mounting with a rigid
Closeness to room boundaries has a major impact on the low frequency
performances. The speakers should be kept away from corners (which
will produce booming). The speakers can be positioned fairly close to a
back or side wall. If less than 6” a foam bung is supplied to minimise the
Experiment with the best position to achieve a full, yet clean bass
response. Trust your judgement and ears.
For best stereo imaging the speakers should be as far apart as they are
from the listening position.