LYNGDORF AUDIO MOVES INTO MULTI-CHANNEL
WITH THE MP-50 SURROUND SOUND PROCESSOR
Designed and developed in Denmark by Lyngdorf Audio, the high-end MP-50 surround sound processor delivers a surround sound experience that outmatches anything in and above its class. And when it comes to room correction technology, nothing comes close to the MP-50’s RoomPerfect™, the world’s most sophisticated technology for adapting the sound system to your room.
“Our entrance into surround sound will knock the competitors out of their socks.”
Flemming Smith, Sales Director, Lyngdorf Audio
Other highlights from the MP-50´s exhaustive specifications list include a state-of-the-art HDMI stage with 4K pass-through and HDCP 2.2; support for Dolby® Atmos, DTS:X and Auro-3D®; 16 balanced XLR outputs for power amplifiers; a voicing tool to cater to personal preferences; fully digital signal processing; and an optional DCI-compliant digital AES/EBU input for integration with digital cinema servers.
RoomPerfect™ Room Correction
With RoomPerfect™, the MP-50 delivers a perfect surround sound experience equally well to living rooms, media rooms, and home theaters. Without the need for extensive acoustic treatment, you get a surround system with optimal frequency response, seamless level alignment, and bass management that perfectly integrates the speakers and subwoofers, plus more freedom when choosing speakers and their placement.
Immersive Surround Sound
The MP-50 offers full support of Dolby® Atmos, DTS:X and Auro-3D®, as well as legacy surround sound formats. The processor features 16 balanced XLR outputs and can output 12 unique channels. The remaining 4 outputs can be used for additional speakers or woofers. Don´t have the space for the immersive layer of speakers? With the MP-50, you can use Dolby® Atmos enabled speakers.
Voicing Tool – To Cater to Your Personal Preferences
The MP-50’s built-in voicing tool will allow you to customize 32 voicings, thus changing the overall tonality of the system to your preferences and dedicating voicings to each input of the processor. You can also create a voicing to compensate for a particular recording.
Each voicing can consist of up to eight filters with adjustable gain and Q, all controlled through the browser interface, which shows the effect of each filter as well as the overall effect to tonality.
A variety of in- and out-puts provide plenty of options to connect your audio and video sources, including eight HDMI inputs and two HDMI outputs, four optical and three digital coaxial inputs, a USB input that supports audio up to 192kHz/32bit, and an AES/EBU input. There’s also an HDBaseT™ output, a feature set that can converge uncompressed full HD digital video and audio through a 100m/300ft LAN cable.