Designed to fit beneath a 42-inch television perched on a base or hung on the wall from a bundled mount, the Libratone Lounge is not another sound bar trying to bounce faux surround sound off the walls of cramped urban home theaters. Libratone’s beefy Lounge delivers a total of 150 watts of room-filling power across an 8-inch inverted woofer, a pair of 4-inch ceramic midrange units, and another pair of 1-inch ribbon-based tweeters.
Nov. 2, 2011
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You’ve likely never heard of Libratone. Fair enough. But maybe you’re familiar with Steinway Lyngdorf Audio, the Danish company that specializes in high-performance professional audio? Jes Mosgaard, the former CEO of Lyngdorf Audio and former CTO of Steinway Lyngdorf, is now with the 10-person Libratone organization in its quest to deliver professional-grade audio to the slightly-soiled masses. Remember the name because Cupertino’s taken a liking to Libratone with plans to showcase the Danish...
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