LFD AUDIO: Why few if any published specifications?

Why few if any published specifications? Very unlikely we’ll ever see this. Dr Bews’ view is that there are far too many audiophile units that measure very well and yet lack musical credibility. He is of the opinion, as indeed are many, that as yet the appropriate parameters that define musical credibility have yet to be Read More →

LFD AUDIO: Internal fuses

Hi, I do not see an email address for Dr. Richard Bews at the LFD website, so I was hoping you could ask him or someone at the manufacture site a question for me. I recently blew a fuse on my LFD LE IV integrated amp and my USA dealer told me to move up Read More →

LFD AUDIO: The importance of the damping factor

Howard, could you ask Dr. Bews please about the importance of damping factors in general – such as how a listener might hear the differences between a ‘high’ damping factor and a ‘low’ one. Also could he enlighten laypeople like me as to his design philosophy re damping factor. Finally, do all this power amps Read More →

Dr. Bews describes at the time of its launch in 2009 the NCSE integrated amplifier

Dr. Bews describes at the time of its launch in 2009 the NCSE integrated The NCSE is a LE(III) on steroids, bigger PSU, the  absolute best parts (normally only seen on amp costing 5 to 10 times as much) and silver/PC_OCC wiring and new casework. The use of Shinko tantalum resistors, Vishay bulk foil resistors Read More →