Few, if any, audio-product manufacturers have been able to reach the echelons of quality and performance to which Peter Lyngdorf has elevated his company.
Perhaps no audio/video system is more bespoke than the Goldmund Media Room. Each one is built and configured to suit your space.
The Scarlatti CD/SACD playback system consists of the $32,999 Transport disc mechanism, the $23,999 DAC digital-to-analog converter, and the $10,999 Master Clock.
Meridian tends to be conservative in its claims, but the company could legitimately tout the DSP-8000 as the world’s most technically advanced speaker.
This audio system combines the timeless aesthetics and craftsmanship of a Steinway grand piano with the digital wizardry of renowned audio designer Peter Lyngdorf.
JBL based the design of this system on its professional cinema systems. It is one of only a very few that deliver enough power to fill a large, 20-seat home theater.
The sleek aluminum chassis of the Zeppelin is not purely to advance its looks—its elegant curves also enhance its acoustics.
Audiophiles revere Meridian as a source of the most advanced audio technology. The F80 applies Meridian’s expertise to a shelf-top audio system.
Pioneer Kuro TVs enjoy a reputation for the deepest, darkest blacks of any flat-panel displays.
Many audiophiles consider amplifiers based on tubes, rather than transistors, to have a warmer, more natural sound. McIntosh’s MC275 epitomizes the retro aesthetic of tubes.