The Lyngdorf MXA-8400 is the most powerful product from Lyndgorf Audio ever. It can deliver 8 x 400 Watts of linear and stable power. The design is based on the Purifi EIGENTAKT technology with Lyngdorf Audio’s new PowerPerfect power supply design. With 8 amplifier channels, the Lyngdorf MXA-8400 can complement the multichannel processors Lyngdorf MP-40 and MP-60.
Under the hood
Let’s get real technical for a moment. Some more details about the PowerPerfect power supply. It’s an ultra-low-noise design with precise analog input stages, and a sophisticated 4- layer PCB optimized for the best signal purity and grounding. It can deliver 3.2 kilowatts to the 8 channels and even higher peak power! Don’t forget to check if your electricity supplies at home can deliver the necessary “juice”. The ultra-low distortion levels due to the Purifi EIGENTAKT technology provides a neutral sound performance with almost no noise and no sonic fingerprint at all.
Performance for every application
Designed with versatility in mind, the Lyngdorf MXA-8400 is not limited to a specific niche. Whether you’re a home theater enthusiast, a music lover, or a gaming aficionado, this amplifier is engineered to meet the demands of any audio setup. Experience the immersive power of your favorite content like never before.
The Lyngdorf MXA-8400 combines high-end performance with an accessible price point, making it a game-changer in the world of audiophile-grade amplifiers. Now, you can enjoy premium sound without breaking the bank. Can I get it now? And where? Well, the unit is available for purchase as of now. To get your hands on this audio marvel, head to authorized Lyngdorf dealers or visit the official Lyngdorf website for more information.
Roland Hoffmann, director of product marketing states: “The MXA-8400 was designed with Lyngdorf MP multichannel processor owners and home cinema enthusiasts in mind, who made an intentional choice to upgrade from integrated AVRs to best-in-class separates, creating the ultimate experience in their home cinemas and media rooms.”