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[MUSIKMESSE] Dynaudio presents LYD series monitors

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Dynaudio Pro have announced the launch of their new LYD Range of Studio Monitors.

The new LYD series is said to have been designed for low volume precision, making it useful for editing and mixing in whatever room you prefer and without breaking the sound barrier. True to the brand's roots and tradition, the 28 mm Soft Dome tweeter and the three, depending on the model, differently-sized MSP drive units used for LYD are still handcrafted in the Danish factory near Skanderborg. Each handmade drive unit is said to be fuelled individually by Bi-Amped Class-D amplifiers featuring 96kHz/24-bit signal paths that make sure they have plenty of power to reproduce sound faithfully.

Availability is announced for late May or early June. More details at www.dynaudio.com, or at the brand's booth at the Musikmesse - A43, in HALL 9.1.

The LYD-5 tech specs include:

  • Freq. Response:         50 Hz – 22 kHz
  • Max. SPL (1m, pair):  106dB
  • Bass principle:            Bass Reflex
  • Crossover freq.:          5200 Hz
  • Tweeter28mm:           Soft dome
  • Woofer:                       5’’
  • Amplifier:                    HF 50W/LF 50W Class-D
  • I/O Connectors:          XLR Balanced/RCA Unbalanced
  • Dimensions (WxHxD): 170 x 260 x 211mm
  • Weight:                        5.7 kg

Pricing: £395/€499 each

  • Dynaudio LYD 5
  • Dynaudio LYD 5
  • Dynaudio LYD 5

 

LYD-7

  • Freq. Response:          45 Hz – 22 kHz
  • Max. SPL (1m, pair):   109dB
  • Bass principle:             Bass Reflex
  • Crossover freq.:           4300 Hz
  • Tweeter28mm:             Soft dome
  • Woofer:                         5’’
  • Amplifier:                      HF 50W/LF 50W Class-D
  • I/O Connectors:           XLR Balanced/RCA Unbalanced
  • Dimensions (WxHxD): 186 x 320 x 296mm
  • Weight:                         8 kg

Pricing: UK/GBP £475 - EU/EURO €599 each

  • Dynaudio LYD 7
  • Dynaudio LYD 7
  • Dynaudio LYD 7

 

LYD-8

  • Freq. Response:         40 Hz – 22 kHz
  • Max. SPL (1m, pair):   112dB
  • Bass principle:             Bass Reflex
  • Crossover freq.:           3800 Hz
  • Tweeter:                       28mm Soft dome
  • Woofer:                        8’’
  • Amplifier:                      HF 50W/LF 80W Class-D
  • I/O Connectors:           XLR Balanced/RCA Unbalanced
  • Dimensions (WxHxD): 234 x 369 x 328 mm
  • Weight:                        10.2 kg

Pricing: £555/€699 each

  • Dynaudio LYD 8
  • Dynaudio LYD 8
  • Dynaudio LYD 8

 

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