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novembre 27, 2017

LYD 48 Sound on Sound Review

"The performance of the LYD 48 in the bass end was exemplary and I was very impressed by the level of definition and transient detail that it delivered in the mid and treble frequencies, even when the bottom end was shaking the metaphorical floorboards."

(Bob Thomas, Sound On Sound)

Sound on Sound's Bob Thomas has tested LYD 48 and liked what he heard. A lot, actually: "The performance of the LYD 48 in the bass end was exemplary and I was very impressed by the level of definition and transient detail that it delivered in the mid and treble frequencies, even when the bottom end was shaking the metaphorical floorboards. (...)

I have not previously come across any other monitor with a single mid-range unit covering such a wide bandwidth, and the absence of any crossover-related anomalies in the mid-range gave the reproduction of voices and instruments in that area an impressive level of clarity and articulation that never sounded harsh, but that took no prisoners when it came down to revealing problems. The Lyd 48’s soft-dome tweeter, common across all the Lyd range, also deserves a mention, its smooth, detailed and inherently musical performance making the monitor untiring to listen to and easy to work on for long periods."

The review is out now in the current issue of Sound On Sound Magazine, so we will not reveal all of the details here. But find it on a shelf near you and read the full review, or read it online if you are a Sound On Sound e-subscriber.

 

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