Long years of optimization, to take you one step further in the pursuit of your perfect sound
Three different product lines, a total of 7 different equipment feet and we hope also the right model for you from Alto-Extremo
10 Years Alto-Extremo and we can still improve
- After a long test phase the new device-flow on magnetic base are now ready for series.
- Development and production made in Germany
- The operational safety is important to us, therefore the stop rings were developed
- Since January 2016 higher quality materials be used at Lyd II and all NeoFlex
In short: (Extracts from the magazine “Hifi Stars”)
Voodoo passé, the products of Alto-Extremo actually show effective improvements in detail. It can be attested, that the absorber act audible form the first tone. The play instinct in Hifi-men is aroused and the result actually is tonal impressive. Depending on the purse, Alto-Extremo offers everything a High Enders heart seeks: purest fine-tuning.
Reproducing music as naturally as possible should be the goal of every high endsystem. We’ve developed our absorbers with this objective in mind.
Their performance was tested and verified by the German magazine “Stereo”.
The magazine’s editor-in-chief wrote this about the Lyd I absorber:
“. . . three Lyd I Absorbers were used for each Dynaudio. Compared with the inexpensive Creativ spikes they are truly high tech. What can you say? The Focus 220 performed so incredibly I could hardly believe it. Not only was the spectrum yet again truly impressive, but tiny differences in timing could be more clearly discerned than ever, which made the sound reproduction significantly more detailed and multi-layered. We couldn’t believe it, so we put back the Creativ spikes and restored the original settings and even played different kinds of music. The result was the same: On the Alto-Extremo absorbers, the Dynaudio played at a superior level.”
We are delighted that our products took first place in the Accessories category at the “shanghai audio show” in 2018.
Here we have an review of the Lyd II, very interesting.
And another review of the Exact