LFD AUDIO: NCSE owner with Kudos praises Grainless / Grainfree combo over Acoustic Zen

“I have an NCSE and a pair of Kudos C30’s and the Grainless were just the ticket. I was running Acoustic Zen Silver Ref II interconnects and Hologram II speaker cables and I changed them out for the Grainless/Grainfree combo and I couldn’t be happier. All I can say is that they just sound right, Read More →

LFD AUDIO: Q/A with Dr. Bews. The Spirolink II interconnects

Hello Dr Bews.  Please describe the construction and sound characteristics of these please. This is a very high quality analogue interconnect consisting of grain orientated large crystal copper conductors sleeved in the best available PTFE insulation. This cable is unscreened, but the twisted pair construction does provide good noise immunity. The resulting sonic performance can Read More →

LFD AUDIO: XLR balanced versus LFD Audio RCA/Phono interconnects

Have you ever done any comparisons with other interconnects such as the LFD and Townshend?  I recently purchased a used LFD grainless RCA off one of the forums for £120, as an upgrade to one of their Spirolink.  I have always been sceptical about cables but i’m surprised at the difference.  Its not night and Read More →

Are interconnects in general and LFD Audio interconnects in particular actually behaving as a tone control?

Putting to one side for a moment your quest for absolute neutrality re your interconnects, would it be fair to say that your interconnects are to some extent a subtle ‘tone control”? If so, what would you recommend to tighten the bass between a solid state pre amp and valve power amp. Also between a Read More →

LFD AUDIO: Q/A with Dr. Bews. Cable evolution

What can you tell us about cable evolution at LFD please? Over the past 5 years I’ve been experimenting with different diameters of silver, which form a multistrand conductor. Although this method has been tried with copper, e.g. Cardas, Van den Hul, and others, I believe that silver is better, because it possess better purity Read More →