Review: Lyngdorf TDAI-3400
Tear down the living room walls
Placing speakers and living room furnishings is a difficult combination. Lyngdorf Audio wants to reduce the negative impact of the listening room on the sound.
Lots of power, neutral sound - and a room correction that literally moves walls. And it makes the decor easier.
Although it is affordable in terms of performance, it still costs so much that it is only for the few. The sound is good but not fat.
- Output power: 2 x 200 W in 8 ohms / 2 x 400 W in 4 ohms, digital
- Digital inputs: AES / EBU, 2 x coaxial (RCA), 3 optical (Toslink), Ethernet, 2 x USB-A, 1 x USB-B. Can be expanded
- with 3 x HDMI)
- Analog inputs: 2 x line in (stereo RCA), microphone input for room correction. Can be expanded with analog module
- with 3 x line in + 1 x balanced.
- Wireless: Wi-Fi (802.11ac), AirPlay 2, Bluetooth 4.2, Spotify Connect, vTuner, Roon
- Outputs: 1 pair of speakers (banana / screw terminals), 1 x pre out (stereo RCA), balanced (XLR)
- Resolution: 24-bit / 96 kHz (optical), 24-bit / 192 kHz (coaxial / HDMI), 32-bit / 384 kHz (USB), DSD 128 (5 MHz)
- Control: Lyngdorf app, remote control, browser
- Dimensions / weight: 45.0 x 10.5 x 36.0 cm (WxHxD) / 8 kg
- Finish: black anodised aluminum