Steinway Lyngdorf Releases Video on Room Correction

Steinway Lyngdorf has just released a video on YouTube and Vimeo that explains why you need room correction. In the new video, Leif Schmü...

Steinway Lyngdorf has just released a video on YouTube and Vimeo that explains why you need room correction. In the new video, Leif Schmücker, CMO of Global Sales and Marketing for Steinway Lyngdorf cites the fact that more than 50% of the sound you hear comes from the contribution of room dynamics. Leif then walks viewers through an understanding of how these dynamics can affect the intended sound. Steinway Lyngdorf's ever-growing catalogue of short videos features interviews with the company's professionals, offering the best view into the behind-the-scenes thinking that creates an extraordinary listening experience. Peter Lyngdorf Celebrated in Audio Reference Book In a separate development, Steinway Lyngdorf is proud to announce that its founder, Peter Lyngdorf, has been celebrated in the definitive reference volume for all audio enthusiasts: The Absolute Sound's Illustrated History of High-End Audio. Peter Lyngdorf has long been recognized as an innovator in the audio field and as a pioneer of new technologies. Edited by Robert Harley, the stunning, 320-page, lavishly produced large-format book covers the evolution of high-performance loudspeakers from their earliest days to the present. It profiles the key companies, products, and individuals who helped create the most innovative, influential, and iconic loudspeakers of the past as well as the designers who continue to push the envelope today. The inclusion of Peter Lyngdorf in this landmark book is a testament to his legacy as a sound pioneer and his continued initiative to develop and manufacture the finest sound systems in the world. When, as a child, Peter Lyngdorf first heard The Beatles on Danish Public Radio, he had a vision of perfect sound replayed through systems as flawless as the music they deliver. Thus began a lifelong passion for audio perfection that set the entrepreneur on a path toward audio system research, development, design, and manufacturing. The Absolute Sound's Illustrated History of High-End Audio covers Lyngdorf's early work in the audio industry as well as his research leading to the world's first three-dimensional room correction technology, RoomPerfect. It also details the story of Lyngdorf's development of the Millennium, the world's first truly digital amplifier and the first real breakthrough in amplifier technology since the introduction of the transistor in 1948. "It is impossible to present a comprehensive history of the audio industry without covering Peter Lyngdorf's contributions," said editor Robert Harley. "He has made his mark in high-end audio history, and we are very proud to include his story in this volume."

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