LFD AUDIO: Q/A with Dr. Bews. Grainfree biwire speaker cables

Hello Dr. Bews. Can you tell me about your Grainfree bi-wire speaker cables please? This is a biwire cable only, since it uses different conductors for bass and tweeter, i.e. multi-strand Grainfree copper for bass and solid core Grainfree conductor for tweeter. This is the most popular LFD loudspeaker cable since it has a full Read More →

LFD AUDIO: Why so few retailers?

Indeed. Unfortunately this is a combination of market forces (greedy landlords, local authorities who see customers arriving by car as little more than walking wallets) and supply restrictions. A while back I did contemplate going back into retail premises – selling only LFD, Funk and Harbeth with perhaps Benchmark DACs, PS Audio digital and, perhaps, Read More →

LFD AUDIO: Q/A with Dr. Bews. Ultima Silver speaker cables

Hello Dr. Bews. What can you tell me about your Ultima Silver speaker cables please? This is a superior version of silver reference, since it uses slightly different diameter silver but most importantly uses silicon rubber dielectric. You achieve more bass weight and a sweeter mid and top – which means that it helps the Read More →

LFD AUDIO: Their power cords and interconnects for North Star – and related issues including the possibility or sincerely offered but wrong advice

Basically in follow up to your recommendation to go with a power cord for the LFD I wanted to know if you can honestly say it does indeed make an audible difference? What sort of feedback do you get from clients who have purchased one from you? If you do indeed feel it makes a Read More →

LFD AUDIO: Driving Tannoy Kensington speakers; earthing issue

As to the earthing cables: –   Do you and Dr. Bews recommend earthing cables with my Tannoys? Recommend is too strong a word simply because neither he nor I have any direct personal experience necessary to validate an opinion. Moreover neither of us can identify anyone who has done this. The November 2014 issue of Read More →