Lyngdorf Audio was founded to protect, preserve, and replay pure sound. All Lyngdorf Audio products exist for one purpose: to provide sound systems that render audio exactly as the musician and sound engineer intended, with nothing added or taken away through the process of recording and replay.
It’s a tall order, and one that only Lyngdorf Audio can deliver. Keep reading to discover why.
We develop bold ideas that go beyond the ordinary. It’s that simple.
Our R&D department spearheads advances in the sound industry, and always will. We offered room correction and 100% digital processing before it was a widely recognized alternative to pure analog products. We develop technologies that go beyond the ordinary. We prove they can work. And we implement them purposefully. It’s that simple.
But simple doesn’t mean easy. Reaching this level of perfection in sound engineering has been a difficult and disciplined road.
Right from the start we have worked intently on the research and development necessary to lay the groundwork for the technologies to come, and right from the start we have insisted that the tools we develop provide a measureable improvement to the way audio is processed. Every technology we launch is tested, proven, and supported by hard facts.
Applying digital technology to amplification and room correction has changed the face of the audio world. Lyngdorf Audio developed these technologies first, and Lyngdorf Audio developed them best.
We make technologies that have set a new standard in audio engineering.
Today, Lyngdorf Audio components are recognized worldwide as some of the best high-performance digital audio products available. And the reason can be chalked up to the technologies that drive them.
You want pure sound: we developed a fully digital signal path to eliminate analog disruption.
You want sound that succeeds in any environment: we developed RoomPerfect™ to “see” the listening room and adjust your audio to fit it. You want sound that stays pristine at any level: we developed Intersample Clipping Correction to restore clipped signals back to their original shape, thus winning the loudness war and eliminating the brashness associated with clipping.