LFD AUDIO: “After listening to the LFD Zero LE III, the NVA is just not listenable anymore”

Now I understand why Sam Tellig and current LFD owners have such high admiration for the LFD Zero MkIII. This unit is indeed very special, and I wouldn’t have said this after listening to the unit in my system myself. Upon first listening from cold, this LFD integrated totally blew both my NVA and Plinius/ARC Read More →

LFD AUDIO: Zero LE III into 4 ohm speakers in general and Sonus Faber in particular

Howard – would the Zero Mk III and its 60wpc output be enough to work with 4ohm speakers? I am thinking of pairing it with Sonus Faber Cremona Auditor M bookshelf speakers. LFD amplification works effortlessly into 4 ohm speakers and is a particularly fine match with SF speakers in general and the Cremona in 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 →