LFD AUDIO: Preferred LFD Audio amplification for Harbeth 30.1

Soon I will have Harbeth m30.1  and which amp do you prefer for classical music LFD zero le mk 1v or signature ? My personal preference, in the circumstances you describe is the lower priced Zero IV. I can’t explain why, but that’s the way I ‘feel’ it. If I were a ‘civilian’ albeit know Read More →

LFD with Musical Fidelity DAC-21, Rega Apollo, Cardas and Dynaudio Confidence C1

Please note: This Q&A comes from my 2011 archive I am not able to come to the UK, but was intrigued by your comments elsewhere in the audiophile media. I’m currently thinking of an integrated with a phono stage, and wondered if you might know if the LFD integrated might be a good match for Read More →

LFD AUDIO: Turntables to sonically match PA2M (SE) and Harbeth SHL5 combo

Dear Howard. Last year I purchased the following amplifier and cables from you to connect to Harbeth SUPER HL5. 1 x PA2M (SE) 1 x Pair of LFD Grainfree biwire Signature speaker cables 5.0m LFD Silver Scorpion I am very happy with this system and don’t see myself moving away from this basic configuration any Read More →

“Now the amazing LFD Audio PA0 (SE) ! really enjoying this amp” Tube pre-amps to suit?

Thank you Howard for an excellent transaction….the LFD is very nice! Just curious…What pre-amplifier did you use or would recommend using with this power amp? So my current listening room is a very small bedroom (12 ft by 11ft) Musical interest is all over the charts with the exception of and heavy metal or Classical. 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. Is your equipment built in China?

It seems that on a forum (I’m not yet aware of which) that a comment has been made that your electronics although designed by you are in part built in China. Is this correct? Dr. Bews replies: I wish the Chinese did build the amplifiers for me, it would make my life easier. The idea Read More →