Steinway Lyngdorf Model LS Concert speaker is launched at CEDIA Expo 2012


By combing the dipole technology from their flagship Model D and the line source technology from Model LS, Steinway Lyngdorf has created one of the most advanced speaker system you have ever come across. The speakers don’t come in a conventional cabinet but don’t let that throw you off. If you know how a musical instrument interacts with a room, then you would be ecstatic to know that speakers produce an open and life-like musicality. Combine this with the ability to propagate sound over long distances by using the line source technology and you have a speaker that is capable of producing brilliant sound intensities from the front to the rear of the room.


The proprietary RoomPerfect technology and full digital amplification from Steinway Lyngdorf will turn music into a complete audio delight. The Model LS Concert also features eight AMT (Air Motion Technology) tweeters. The specially designed tweeter features an ultra-thin, folded Kapton diaphragm with a large surface area. It combines the advantages of a dome tweeter with those of a ribbon tweeter, resulting in higher power handling and very accurate detail reproduction.
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You can pick up just the speakers for $86,000 and if you want the full stereo set-up that includes an SP-1 Processor, Model A1 Amplifiers, and Model LS Boundary Woofers it’ll cost you $228,000.
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The Model LS Concert is launched at the CEDIA Expo 2012 and will be available through Steinway Lyngdorf’s network of selected partners worldwide beginning September 10, 2012.
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