P300 2.1 upgrade

P300 2.1 upgrade

P300 2.1 upgrade

P300 2.1

We introduce 8K-ready HDMI 2.1 HDMI board updates for our flagship processor, Steinway & Sons P300 2.1, to launch a new generation of home cinema, music, and gaming. Continuing our technology approach to the AV market, we use INVECAS chips in the new solutions. 

“Staying at the forefront of cutting-edge technology is a founding mission for Steinway Lyngdorf,” said Thomas Birkelund, CEO of Steinway Lyngdorf. “Our partnership with INVECAS represents just that, another step forward in providing our clients and partners with the very latest technologies for innovative video/audio experiences.”

Key features of HDMI 2.1 include:

  • 8K 50/60Hz, 40 Gbps and 4K 100/120Hz, 18 Gpbs as outlined in the HDMI 2.1 specification
  • Enhanced Audio Return Channel (eARC)
  • Support for Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM) and Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) modes
  • Support for static and dynamic HDR allowing for extended dynamic range and wide color gamut support
  • HDCP 2.3 premium content protection 

Availability and upgrade process

Until the summer break in July we offer an upgrade program for owners of P300. Please contact your Steinway Lyngdorf dealer for more information.

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Steinway Lyngdorf to introduce HDMI 2.1 in flagship processors

Steinway Lyngdorf to introduce HDMI 2.1 in flagship processors

Steinway Lyngdorf to introduce HDMI 2.1 in flagship processors

First review of MP-40

In celebration of the company’s 15th anniversary this year, Steinway Lyngdorf announces that it is working on 8K-ready HDMI 2.1 HDMI board updates for processors to launch a new generation of home cinema, music, and gaming.

Continuing Steinway Lyngdorf’s technology approach to the AV market, the company will be using INVECAS chips in the new solutions. Following the 2017 acquisition of Lattice Semiconductor Corporation’s HDMI design team and Simplay Labs’ subsidiary, which oversees standards compliance and interoperability testing solutions, INVECAS announced the world’s first HDMI® 2.1 with HDCP 2.3 chip & IP solutions.

“Steinway Lyngdorf and INVECAS, Inc. are collaborating in bringing the most advanced HDMI 2.1 home theater solutions to the market. INVECAS is the leading provider of advanced HDMI 2.1 Silicon solutions for delivering the very latest HDMI 2.1 specification features to market,” said Chandlee Harrell, Senior Director at INVECAS.

 

“Staying at the forefront of cutting-edge technology is a founding mission for both Steinway Lyngdorf and Lyngdorf Audio,” said Thomas Birkelund, CEO of Steinway Lyngdorf. “Our partnership with INVECAS represents just that, another step forward in providing our clients and partners with the very latest technologies for innovative video/audio experiences.”

Key features of HDMI 2.1 include:

  • 8K 50/60Hz and 4K 100/120Hz as outlined in the HDMI 2.1 specification
  • Enhanced Audio Return Channel (eARC)
  • Support for Auto Low Latency Mode (ALLM) and Variable Refresh Rate (VRR) modes
  • Support for static and dynamic HDR allowing for extended dynamic range and wide color gamut support
  • HDCP 2.3 premium content protection
  • The updates will come to both Steinway & Sons and Lyngdorf Audio branded products in 2021 starting with the Steinway & Sons P300 and Lyngdorf Audio MP-60 processors.

About INVECAS, Inc.

Headquartered in Santa Clara California, INVECAS is the leader in HDMI 2.1 Solutions, Customer ASIC development and Design Services. INVECAS’s market leading HDMI 2.1 solutions have gained traction with many top tier consumer electronics manufacturers enabling customers to enjoy 8K high-definition and 4K 120Hz high frame rate content in billions of colors with unprecedented vividness and accuracy.”

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Steinway Lyngdorf’s newest processor launches at CEDIA 2019

Steinway Lyngdorf’s newest processor launches at CEDIA 2019

Steinway Lyngdorf’s newest processor launches at CEDIA 2019

First review of MP-40

Introducing the next generation of surround sound from Steinway Lyngdorf: the new Steinway & Sons P300 immersive sound processor. The P300 processor will launch at CEDIA Expo 2019 in Denver, but here are some key highlights:

 

  • New HDMI 2.0b board capable of supporting video resolutions up to 4K@60Hz : YCbCr 4:2:2 (4:4:4/RGB), 600MHz with Dolby Vision, HDR10 and HLG on all inputs and outputs (18 Gbps). Decodes up to 16 native audio channels, which allows for introducing support of DTS:X® Pro as well as DOLBY ATMOS®, AURO 3D®, and legacy formats.
  • Optional DCI-compliant AES67 input/output board.
  • Roon Endpoint (awaiting certification)
  • Main output can receive eArc (Enhanced Audio Return), which allows for an Atmos encoded bitstream returned from the TV as well as dynamic Lip-Sync.
  • HDMI matrix switch routes any of the 8 HDMI inputs to any of the 4 HDMI outputs or the HDBaseT output.

 

Read more about P300 here

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The ultimate cinema experience with new X speakers

The ultimate cinema experience with new X speakers

The ultimate cinema experience with new X speakers

New X speakers

Steinway Lyngdorf commits to a new level of support for the Digital Cinema Initiative (DCI) with a collection of speakers designed for the ultimate Hollywood cinema and large format screening rooms. The X Series speakers are made specifically for both private and commercial projects that demand the highest possible performance. Designed for dedicated in-wall use, the X-Series speakers are based on the already high-performing In-Wall Series but offer a more powerful level of performance. The increased SPL capability has been engineered to meet the demanding new standards for commercial immersive theaters, making these speakers the perfect solution for large residential theaters as well as DCI-compliant screening rooms.

“Paradise Theater has recently engineered several DCI-compliant, Dolby ATMOS-Certified rooms with Steinway Lyngdorf audio systems. “The engineering team at Steinway Lyngdorf has been extremely responsive and collaborative in developing custom engineered speakers that meet the demanding SPL levels and performance required by Dolby for ATMOS certification,” said Sam Cavitt, owner of Paradise Theater. “The new X Series combines perfectly with the flagship Model LS Series to create the highest-level of cinematic experience. The new speaker collection represents a deeper level of commitment and focus on this important market segment – a direction for Steinway Lyngdorf that is great to see. We are very eager to commission these amazing rooms for our clients!”

Xtreme versions of IW-26V and IC-26

The collection includes two unique in-wall and in-ceiling speakers available as standard or bi-amplified designs. The Steinway & Sons Model X261 speaker is the “xtreme” version of the successful IW-26V speaker, redesigned and utilizing the more powerful air motion transformer (AMT) from the flagship Model D speaker. This gives the speaker an additional 4dB more peak output, for a total of 120dB with 93.5 dB sensitivity. For even greater output, the X262 operates without a filter in an active crossover bi-amped version, which adds another 2dB of peak output for a total of 122 dB. For immersive height channels, the X261C is the in-ceiling solution, providing a performance upgrade to the IC-26 speaker currently available. The X262C is the bi-amplified version.

 

The X series

The X Series (collection as listed below) will launch in late 2019, but detailed specifications and pricing will be announced shortly to Steinway Lyngdorf partners. For more information or assistance specifying the new X Series, contact your local Steinway Lyngdorf representative.

In-wall versions:

  • Steinway & Sons Model X261 (with filter)
  • Steinway & Sons Model X262 (active cross over/2-channel amplification)

In-ceiling versions:

  • Steinway & Sons Model X261C (with filter)
  • Steinway & Sons Model X262C (active cross over/2-channel amplification)
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SL launches new loudspeaker and processor

SL launches new loudspeaker and processor

Steinway Lyngdorf launches new loudspeaker and processor 

CEDIA 2018 cinema

Steinway Lyngdorf will unveil two new products – the Model B loudspeaker and the new P100 processor – at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) 2018, the largest AV and systems integration show in the world. ISE will take place from February 6-9 2018 at Amsterdam RAI Exhibition and Convention Center.

The first free-standing speaker from Steinway Lyngdorf since the LS Concert, the Model B answers market demands for a compact full-range speaker capable of detailed reproduction and powerful performance.  The open-baffle dipole Model B not only borrows design inspiration from the flagship Model D speaker, it uses some of the same exceptional materials such as the specially designed fiberglass bass drivers.

Attendees at ISE 2018 will be able to experience the Model B for the very first time paired with the new P100 processor. The P100 will features three HDMI inputs and one output with 18 Gbps bandwidth allowing 4K@60Hz passthrough with HDR. As with all Steinway Lyngdorf processors, the P100 features fully digital processing, RoomPerfect™ room correction, intelligent bass management, and seamless level alignment plus a custom voicing tool.

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Steinway Lyngdorf launches high-performance cinema collection

Steinway Lyngdorf launches high-performance cinema collection

Steinway Lyngdorf launches high-performance cinema collection

In-Wall series picture

Steinway Lyngdorf is proud to announce the official launch of its new high-performance cinema speakers at CEDIA Expo 2016. Designed specifically as solutions for larger dedicated theaters and for the new immersive sound formats, the new collection is comprised of the grand IW-66 in-wall speaker and IC-26, a powerful angled ceiling speaker specifically designed for immersive sound formats.

Focused performance

The IW-66 is a true d’Appolito configuration for focused vertical dispersion, thus eliminating the critical first ceiling and floor reflections. In order to achieve the same focused vertical dispersion in the treble and still handle the necessary power, Steinway Lyngdorf engineers developed FAT™ (Focusing Array Tweeter) technology, which uses an array of three Air Motion Transformer tweeters. This ingenious solution means that the center tweeter will handle the highest frequencies and the upper and lower tweeters will handle the low treble, giving the array the necessary power capabilities and maintaining the same dispersion as the d’Appolito configured mid/woofers.

Effortless power

The IW-66’s sensitivity is an impressive 95dB, and with its six 6½” mid/woofers and three Air Motion Transformer (AMT) tweeters, it handles no less than 2 x 400W / 2 X 800 peak. This means reaching 105dB at 4m / 13ft only requires 128W, and one can still reach reference level at a distance of 15m / 50ft. The speaker has plenty of headroom to reproduce everything from the faintest detail to the most massive sound effects.

“The IW-66 is a grand performer—it combines striking power with advanced technologies to ensure the most stunning sound experience possible in medium and large home theaters. It perfectly bridges the gap between our regular in-wall speakers and our legendary line source speakers.” Thomas Birkelund, CEO, Steinway Lyngdorf

Versatile placement options

The IC-26 speaker is the perfect choice for immersive sound formats, as its angled design allows for optimum coverage of the entire listening area. It offers extremely versatile placement options, designed for perfect performance when placed inside a wall or ceiling, but also when placed in “free air.”

Powerful immersive effects

As the IC-26 can be placed above the ceiling—in “free air” with no support from boundaries—it was designed with two very potent 6½” woofers. This makes it powerful enough to deliver ample sound pressure levels even when placed in difficult locations. The woofers are accompanied by an AMT tweeter.

“Steinway Lyngdorf has always made flexibility a priority, but never at the expense of performance. The new IC-26 is a perfect illustration of this—the speaker’s versatility is remarkable and will be very pleasing to clients and installers working with unique settings. But even more impressive is the immersive performance of the speakers, which must be experienced to be believed.” Thomas Birkelund, CEO, Steinway Lyngdorf

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