Thursday, November 22, 2012

Model LS Concert Sound System - Starting At $228,000

The Model LS Concert Sound System is made by Steinway Lyngdorf, a famous Danish electronics company. Priced at $228,000 for a full stereo set-up, the Model LS Concert Sound System was launched at the high-tech Cedia Expo 2012, held in October. This new speaker sound system from Steinway Lyngdorf is a combination of two of the company’s most popular sound technologies.

The first is the ‘line source technology’ from Steinway Lyngdorf’s Model LS sound speaker, and the second is the ‘dipole technology’ from the manufacturer’s flagship speaker Model D. The Model LS Concert speaker won Steinway Lyngdorf a prestigious EXC!TE Award for the fifth time, because of it’s open-baffle dipole line source technology.

The expensive sound system in a media room.

The Model LS Concert Sound System was conceptualised by Peter Lyngdorf, the founder of Steinway Lyngdorf, who first sketched the combined ‘dipole speaker with the line source principle’ sound system in a notebook. As the Model LS Concert Sound System does not have the customary cabinet, it provides an open and almost ‘live-performance’ like musical experience.

The concert sound system in a small theatre

Steinway Layngdorf’s Model LS Concert Sound System also has a combination of the company’s proprietary RoomPerfect technology, and the advanced fully-digital sound amplification. It starts at the price of $228,000, and is a great buy for the media room of a billionaire’s mansion or a small theatre.

Would you buy a sound system that is on sale for $228,000 (starting price)?

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