Name (and Win) a New Amplifier from Lyngdorf
Danish company enlists help naming new integrated amp
Lyngdorf is calling the contest for the new amplifier: “Name It. Win It. Own It.”
March 26, 2013 by EH Staff

Do you really want to leave your mark in the high-end audio world? Now you can.

Danish audio manufacturer Lyngdorf Audio has come up with a unique way to get its audiophile clients and integrators more involved with the company, launching a competition to name its new integrated stereo amplifier.

Entrants are invited to submit their ideas (click here to submit) for product names by May 1, 2013. The winner of the competition will receive the first of the new amplifiers to roll off the production line later in 2013.

The first released features of this new integrated stereo amplifier are:

  • An unbroken fully digital signal path without sound-deteriorating conversions.
  • RoomPerfect room correction technology.
  • 2 x 170 watt output power.
  • Stylish black profiling similar to the Lyngdorf Audio CD-2.

“The name competition offers a perfect opportunity for us to partner with the brilliant and discerning market we serve,” says company founder Peter Lyngdorf. “Our customers are among the most informed audio experts in the world. We look forward to tapping into their expertise for this exciting competition.”

You might recall Lyngdorf teaming up with Steinway several years ago on a six-figure audio system endeavor.

Related: Do you need to add some Room Correction to maximize your audio system?

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