Lyngdorf Audio Announces Its First Multichannel Processor

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Lyngdorf-MP-50.jpgThis spring, Lyngdorf Audio will debut its first multichannel AV processor. The new MP-50 will support Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, and Auro-3D, and it will include an HDMI stage with 4K and HDCP 2.2 support. The MP-50 will feature Lyngdorf's patented RoomPerfect room correction technology, as well as built-in streaming audio, balanced XLR outputs, and an optional 16-channel digital AES/EBU input. The MP-50 will carry an MSRP of $9,999.

From Lyngdorf Audio
Lyngdorf Audio is proud to move boldly into multi-channel with the unveiling of the new MP-50 surround sound processor. Shown for the first time at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE), the MP-50 offers cutting-edge cinema performance in a sleek package designed for anything from small media rooms to large dedicated theaters with the latest immersive sound formats and digital cinema servers.

Built on the core technologies for which Lyngdorf Audio is known, the MP-50 features RoomPerfect room correction, bass management, and seamless level alignment, in addition to a custom voicing tool and built-in streaming services, allowing clients the utmost in flexibility and performance.

"We see a need in the market for products which can offer the ultimate in experience without the ultimate price tag. The MP-50 delivers the utmost in performance while staying true to the founding mission of Lyngdorf Audio: to develop bold ideas that go beyond the ordinary through technology with a purpose."--Flemming Smith, Sales Director, Lyngdorf Audio

In contrast to its sleek and minimalistic external design, the MP-50 offers a lengthy list of impressive features. Feature highlights include a state-of-the-art HDMI stage with 4K and 3D video support and HDCP 2.2; support for Dolby Atmos, DTS:X and Auro-3D; 16 balanced XLR outputs for power amplifiers; RoomPerfect with a voicing tool capable of 32 different EQs to cater to personal preferences; fully digital signal processing; built-in streaming audio services; and an optional DCI-compliant 16-channel digital AES/EBU input for integration with digital cinema servers.

Continuing the Danish tradition of excellence in audio engineering, the MP-50 is designed and manufactured entirely in-house at the factory headquarters in Skive, Denmark. By keeping all engineering in-house, Lyngdorf Audio is able to harness years of R&D efforts, which have resulted in notable advances in technology, such as the first fully digital amplifier, the Millennium amplifier, as well as one of the largest patent filings in audio history for RoomPerfect. These core technologies are seen today in Lyngdorf's award-winning TDAI-2170 integrated amplifier, as well as its sister company, Steinway Lyngdorf.

The MP-50 comes to market in Spring 2017 with a MSRP price point of $9,999. 

Additional Resources
Lyngdorf Audio TDAI-2170 Integrated Amplifier Reviewed at HomeTheaterReview.com
• Visit the Lyngdorf Audio website for more product information.


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