LFD AUDIO: Zero LE IV compared to the LE V – commentary from a buyer who owns both

I’m indebted to our customer Mr. William Bretz for this invaluable, elequent and sincere text on this topic. William – thank you. Howard ++++++++++++ I have been a happy owner of the LFD LE MK IV for a couple of years. It has never disappointed me, giving me many hours of listening pleasure. Some weeks Read More →

LFD AUDIO: NAD CD players with Zero LE IV

Hi Howard. What’s your take on mixing brands in general and partnering a NAD C565BEE CD player with the LFD zero IV integrated amp? Thanks. You raise an interesting query. First things first in that both NAD and LFD offer outstanding performance in their respective price bands. Moreover they are the only two brands that Read More →

LFD AUDIO: Q/A with Dr. Bews – Mistral LE on-board phonostage specifications

Hi Howard. Last december I ask you severals questions about my MISTRAL LE with on board phono stage and I thank you very much to have answer me about all the questions except one which was : Could you give me the more important specifications of this phono stage : sensibility, capacitance, etc… Dr. Bews Read More →

LFD AUDIO: Q/A with Dr Bews. Here he describes his Zero LE III (now discontinued) amplifier

Dr Bews describes his Zero LE III (now discontinued) Integrated amplifier The LFD Integrated Zero and its limited Edition version, are simple to use 50W and 60W per channel MOSFET amplifiers, offering 5 inputs and a separate tape facility. In standard form the amplifiers omit the phono stage (record player equalizer), however this particular facility Read More →

LFD AUDIO: Harbeth Compact 7. T+A PA 2000 R or LFD Audio NCSE II?

Hi Howard. I listen most of the time pop/rock, but also Classic, Jazz, Punk rock, Heavy Metal. The system is: Harbeth Compact 7, iron speaker stands, Audiolab M-Dac, T+A PA 2000 R (to be replaced), speaker cable van damme 2 x 4.0mm² blue, cinch cable Cordial CFY 1.5 WCC. There are many acoustic treatments behind Read More →