The S-Series Speaker Sets from Steinway Lyngdorf are Small in Size but Big in Sound

Steinway Lyngdorf has been known for making quality sound systems. The loud speakers they produce have been rated as the best in their category. The devices they make, produce sound which is comparable to the highest standards of quality. The one off Lady Gaga Piano or the LS Sound System have been particularly appreciated by the discerning customers who are very particular about the quality of sound of the instruments they use. They have recently released a new range of speakers which they call the S-Series set of Speakers.

The new series has been designed in such a way that it comes in very compact and smart packaging without compromising one bit on sound quality. The new speakers are able to deliver remarkable sonic quality from appealing compact packages. Compared to its size the output of sound and the sound pressure levels are simply outstanding. There are several factors that have gone into making this possible. The high efficiency drivers along with boundary woofers that offer accurate musical bass combined with fully digital amplification and Steinway Lyngdorf’s patented RoomPerfect 3D technology have all contributed towards perfecting the sound quality.

The set of speakers are available in two finishes. The options are matte black or the satin silver. The set comprises of S-15 mid-high speakers and an S-210 on-floor twin boundary woofer. S-15 is a two way speaker with a peak power capacity of 600 W of sound. Its compact size makes it ideal for placing on the bookshelf or can be fixed on the wall. The S-210, however has larger dimensions packing a peak power capacity of 800 W of sound. It is recommended as a floor standing speaker. The speaker set comes with stereo and surround sound capabilities. The different combination of the speaker sets come in the price range of $22,100 and $47,600.

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