Skive, Denmark – January 13, 2014 – At this year’s Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) in Amsterdam, Steinway Lyngdorf will substantially expand its product line with the launch of two show-stopping new boundary woofer models, the LS-R210 and the LS-R212.
Steinway Lyngdorf has long been known for its proprietary boundary woofer technology, which replaces the standard subwoofer. Placing our boundary woofers in the recommended corner position allows the first critical reflections and direct sound to arrive simultaneously at the listening position, thus dramatically improving sound attack and timing. The new LS-R210 and LS-R212 boundary woofers introduce a rear-firing design to the collection. Elegant and refined, these new speakers are available in either high gloss black or white and a neutral matte black. The cabinets are large enough for powerful performance but small and discreet enough to compliment your interior design, not compete against it.
“The design and performance of these new woofers is as pristine and as perfect as our customers have come to expect from Steinway Lyngdorf. Naturally, we are very excited to be launching these new products at ISE 2014,” said Leif Schmücker, CMO, Steinway Lyngdorf.
The new LS boundary woofers will be officially launched at Booth 11-P60 at ISE 2104, which takes place from February 4 – 6 at Amsterdam RAI Exhibition and Convention Center. For more information on ISE, visit www.iseeurope.org.
About Steinway Lyngdorf
SL Audio A/S, dba Steinway Lyngdorf, was founded in Denmark by audio innovator Peter Lyngdorf in 2005 to design, develop, and manufacture sound systems and components under the umbrella of two legendary brand icons: Steinway & Sons and Lyngdorf Audio. The mission of SL Audio A/S is to serve music and film connoisseurs who seek unprecedented innovations in the technology of pure sound. The company pushes the boundaries for audio performance with the development of proprietary new technologies including RoomPerfectTM, the world’s most advanced room correction system, and true digital amplification which premiered in the ground-breaking Millennium, the first fully digital amplifier in the world.