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Lemus launches HOME Piano soundbar

Functional furniture for streaming audio and standing ornaments on.

by Andy Bassett
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Lemus launches HOME Piano soundbar

Danish tech company Lemus is following in the footsteps of fellow Scandinavian companies such as Bang & Olufsen in designing audio products that have both form and function - something that will fit in with the home decor and also features a complete integrated audio solution.

Part of Lemus’s HOME ‘sound furniture’ collection, the Piano soundbar takes its name as a nod to the simplicity, elegance and power of everyone’s favourite multi-keyed instrument.

Rather than view the Piano as a traditional soundbar, Lemus is pitching the product as a combination of a complete Hi-Fi sound system, a soundbar with a subwoofer and also as ‘media furniture’ The soundbar comes with brackets and is designed to be wall mounted
Taking the basic setup from the higher end HOME Classic soundbar, the Piano features the same 300W amp and a sound system which consists of a subwoofer with an 8-inch long stroke woofer, which the amplifier exploits beyond its normal limits for a deep bass down to 20Hz. In addition, 2x high-end full-range units deliver the clear mid and high tones, which together with the bass, are designed to create a perfectly balanced transition via the advanced built-in Quad-Core DSP.

Able to stream audio via Google Cast and Apple AirPlay 2, the Piano can be used to create multiroom audio with virtually any audio manufacturer out there, including B&O, Sony, Bose and many more. In addition, any modern TV with built-in Google Cast or Apple Airplay will be able to stream TV audio wirelessly to the Lemus HOME Piano.

And that’s not all as far as TV connectivity goes, the soundbar comes with a built-in HDMI that features Audio Return Channel (ARC) so all that’s needed is an HDMI cable between the HOME Piano and the TV to get top-quality audio, which can be controlled from your existing remote control if it is CEC compatible.

Music and podcasts can be streamed via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth so users can tap into audio libraries on their computers and network drives along with streaming services such as the supported Tidal. The Piano also supports Hi-Res audio up to 24bit / 192kHz.

The Piano also features room correction via the Lemus HOME app, currently available for iOS.
With a height of only 18.5 cm, a depth of 35 cm and a width of 140 cm and a choice between hand-painted matt white or matt black with a black fabric front, the Lemus HOME Piano should blend perfectly into most home interior designs.

Available through the Lemus webpage from 25th Nov, the Lemus HOME Piano soundbar costs £1,150 (1,350 Euro).

Source: www.lemus-home.dk. www.flatpanelshd.com
Image Source: Lemus
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