The Future of Digital is Now

To some audio connoisseurs, the word “digital” was historically laden with negative connotations due to shoddy implementation in budget systems and subwoofers. But times – and technologies – have changed, thanks to the pioneering research and development of Lyngdorf Audio. More than two decades ago, Lyngdorf Audio rewrote the playbook on digital audio, and the result is that our digital systems are now the only way to enjoy unbiased reproduction of recorded music, with each note delivered exactly as the musician and sound engineer originally intended.

Unprecedented stability in signal processing

All Lyngdorf Audio Totally Digital Amplifier (TDAI in short) requires extremely stable signal processing because it is not possible to implement correction systems like feedback control. This level of accuracy in signal processing is achieved by an advanced power supply, which delivers a correct and stable voltage to the output stage even in locations with very poor and fluctuating mains power. Together with effective grid noise elimination, this removes the need for an external mains filter or power conditioner.

A TDAI also uses the power supply as volume control instead of reducing the dynamic range at normal listening levels by attenuating the signal level. There is absolutely no audible noise from the amplifier, simply full fidelity from lowest to highest volume settings.

Modulated by Width, Not by Code

In Lyngdorf Audio’s totally digital signal processing, a digital input is processed and subsequently transformed into a pulse width modulated code (PWM) based on the patented Equibit™ technology originally developed for the Lyngdorf Audio Millennium amplifier.  Without any analog signal processing, the result is potent amplification which does not stress or color the sound. The sound in the recording is the sound you hear—it’s that simple.


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