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beautifully engineered sound
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beautifully engineered sound
Leema Acoustics’ founders, both ex-BBC engineers, have a fanatical interest in audio
reproduction. Mallory Nicholls manufactured the World’s leading 5.1 monitoring
system for recording studios and mastering houses under the Magtrax brand; whilst
the BAFTA and Prix Italia award-winning Lee Taylor, has over 40 years experience in
recording and mixing for the theatre, film, television and music industries.
Leema Acoustics was founded in 1998 as a vehicle for Mallory and Lee to redefine
miniature loudspeaker design. Their research focused on new design principles and
real time software modelling. The result, released some four years later, was a micro
monitor of unsurpassed technical and musical excellence called ‘Xen’.
In 2005, Mallory and Lee turned their attention to audio electronics. Their first
product, the Tucana integrated amplifier, was released early in 2006, winning the
distinguished Hi-Fi News amplifier of the year award later that year.
Shortly afterwards, the Antila CD player was introduced and once again, almost
immediately won the prestigious What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision best CD player award,
2007.
Since then, Leema's expanding portfolio of class leading products has attracted
international acclaim, attracting many “best in class” reviews and numerous
eminent awards.
Where possible, Leema source all major components from within the EU.
All electronic products are designed and manufactured in Wales, Great Britain.
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LIPS
®
A common issue with modern audio components is their increasing complexity, particularly in
home cinema installations. This has made everyday operation almost unapproachable for
many owners who are left struggling with enormous remote handsets, studded with dozens of
buttons with unfathomable functions. It was listening to this complaint that led Leema's
founders, Mallory Nicholls and Lee Taylor, to develop LIPS®: Leema Intelligent Protocol System.
LIPS® is a sophisticated system of control and communication, which is a standard feature in
the majority of Leema components. A small cable, which is provided with each product, allows
the individual units to be connected and controlled as one.
When connected via LIPS®, a Leema system becomes intelligent, flexible and so easy to use
that in many cases, the whole system can be controlled from just one component.
For instance, an audiophile quality Constellation series home cinema system could be
controlled via a Leema CD player, while the amplification units could be sited remotely in a
suitably ventilated cupboard. The system intelligently controls the individual units.
An additional benefit is that the remote control only requires a small number of buttons with
only functions that are really needed.
The unique and expandable Constellation multi-channel system uses LIPS® to great effect.
The Antila CD player is able act as a LIPS® master and can talk to other components via LIPS®.
It can intelligently configure them into a multi-unit home cinema system of uncompromised
audio quality. The Hydra II amplifier has exactly the same audio circuit topology as the
Tucana II and when configured via LIPS® to drive the surround channels in a 5.1 home cinema
system, the input selection and volume control automatically synchronise across the units,
producing a multi-channel system without compromise.
The Corvus features both a mono amplifier for the centre channel and a studio quality
subwoofer control processor, giving comprehensive control of mono or, uniquely, stereo
subwoofers, for both multi-channel and stereo systems. Like the Hydra, the Corvus takes its
commands from the LIPS® master. This offers the same audiophile fidelity with multi-channel
sources as is available with stereo.
The beauty of LIPS® is that the audio components 'understand' what the user is trying to do.
For example, to play a CD in stereo, the Tucana 'knows' that it is required, whereas the Hydra
and the Corvus remain powered off. Then, to watch a movie, the appropriate units power up
and configure themselves automatically when a multi-channel input is selected. The individual
units learn the desired settings for each source and configure themselves as required.
The reference standard Pyxis pre-amplifier and Altair IV mono-block amplifiers also feature
LIPS2® in addition to LIPS®. LIPS2® is a development of LIPS®, adding further performance and
extending the cable range to approx 1 km. When Altair IV power amplifiers are connected via
LIPS2®, the Pyxis can send a full volume audio signal through the interconnecting cable. The
actual listening level is then adjusted at the input stage of the power amplifiers via LIPS®. This
ensures that the signal-to-noise ratio is always at its best and cable related losses are kept to
an absolute minimum.
The LIPS® system eliminates the need to search through menus and change settings. It was
conceived with ease of operation in mind. In addition, LIPS® can be interfaced to any of the
leading home automation systems, such as Crestron™ or Pro control™, via a Leema RS232
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interface unit. A complete Leema system may then be controlled by just one automation port.
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Antilacd player
IIS
In this latest development of the multi-award winning Antila, the Antila IIS CD
player introduces many unique technical and ergonomic innovations to combine
state-of-the-art performance with surprising ease of use.
Leema's latest "Quattro Infinity Multi-DAC" employs multiple 24 bit/192 kHz
multi-bit delta-sigma data converters, specifically selected for their audio quality.
These are driven from a fully balanced digital data stream. The result is
significantly reduced levels of noise, distortion and crosstalk, thereby producing a
breathtakingly real musical performance and a tactile panoramic image.
The drive mechanism with custom servo, features a high quality metal tray and
Leema's own control software. State-of-the-art jitter levels, of around 40 pS @
1 kHz are achieved , significantly improving low level resolution. The Antila IIS
provides even higher levels of performance to maintain its position at the forefront
of high-quality CD playback.
The Antila IIS is a fully LIPS® compliant master or slave, allowing it to integrate
with other Leema components and home automation systems.
Used in a totally purist system with the Hydra II power amplifier, the Antila IIS
can even control the amplifier's volume and input selection via LIPS® commands.
Volume level and input selection are displayed on the Antila IIS's LCD display.
Finally, as with other Leema components, the new Antila IIS offers an ecofriendly low power standby mode.
Drive
7
specifications
Digital to analogue conversion
Analogue output level
Digital outputs
Frequency response
Output Noise
Distortion @ 1 kHz 0 dBFS
Crosstalk (10 Hz - 20 kHz)
Power supply
Size (h)x(w)x(d) in mm
Weight
| Jitter optimised tray loader
with custom servo
| Leema Quattro Infinity Multi-DAC
| 0 dBFS(0 dB Full Scale)
Unbalanced 2.3 V RMS
| SPDIF Toslink optical,
SPDIF RCA phono co-axial
| 10 Hz - 20 kHz +0.0 / -0.6 dB
| Less than -108 dBm below 0 dBFS
| < 0.002%
| Better than -90 dB
| Nine fully regulated power rails
| 110 x 440 x 310
| 12 kg
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Agena
phono stage
Agena is truly a state-of-the-art phono stage. Any magnetic phono cartridge can
be precisely matched to the Agena's input circuitry, ensuring the maximum
retrieval of detail and depth. Music is presented with fluidity and transfixing reality.
The multiple inputs are fully adjustable in real-time. Each input has two
separate head-shell/arm settings to allow precise matching for up to six phono
cartridges, each being selectable at the touch of a button.
In addition to the single-ended RCA (cinch) and fully balanced XLR analogue
outputs, a reference quality analogue to digital converter feeds a USB output,
allowing broadcast quality archiving to computer hard-drives or other digital
media.
Real time record monitoring is possible from the USB-connected computer via
dedicated RCA (cinch) analogue and SPDIF digital outputs.
Agena features a unique 'Sleep Mode' which, when selected, enables the unit
to switch off its control circuitry, LEDs and display automatically when not
required. In this mode, Agena becomes a purely analogue component, with no
interference from microprocessors etc. In this way, the analogue signal path is
optimised for the very highest performance and signal fidelity.
User features include mono, mute and high and low frequency filters.
Input Resistance
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specifications
Input Capacitance
Input Sensitivity
Noise
RIAA error
Filters
Size (h)x(w)x(d) in mm
Weight
| MM: 47 kΩ & 100 kΩ
MC: 20, 50, 100, 500 Ω - 1 kΩ
| MM: 100 pF
MC: 100, 250, 430, 580, 1100,
1250, 1430, 1580 pF
| MM: 1.6, 2, 4 mV
MC: 135, 145, 177, 200, 320, 400, 800 µV,
(optional 50 µV(1Ω load))
| MM: 0.34 µV-A weighted
MC: 0.05 µV-A weighted @ max gain
| 10 Hz - 100 kHz - 1dB
| 15 Hz / 15 kHz
| 110 x 440 x 320
| 11 kg
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Pyxis
pre amplifier
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specifications
The Pyxis pre-amplifier is designed to offer absolute transparency with superior
resolution and musicality. The Pyxis is without doubt the state-of-the-art
performer. A generous range of features ensures that the Pyxis offers complete
satisfaction.
Features include both single-ended and balanced analogue inputs and
outputs, tone controls, USB digital connectivity for use with computers, on-board
24 bit/96 kHz DAC for digital sources, high-performance headphone amplifier and
an optional built-in, high quality MM/MC phono-stage.
Pyxis' analogue signal path is fully balanced throughout. In many ways it is
actually two complete pre-amplifiers - one for each signal phase.
Pyxis features Leema's proprietary LIPS® control interface. LIPS® type 1 & 2 are
both included, allowing Pyxis to integrate with home automation systems and
other Leema components. Using LIPS® it is possible to feed any Leema power
amplifier with a constant high-level audio signal and control the volume at the
input stage of the power amplifier. This is achieved by using 'fly-by-wire' control
data from the Pyxis which ensures maximum signal-to-noise ratio and resolution
of the audio signal, by running the audio interconnect cables at an unattenuated
high-level.
Frequency Response
Line inputs
Phono option
Residual noise
Line inputs
Phono
Signal to noise
Line inputs
Input gain adjustment range
Distortion
Line inputs
Phono option
Size (h)x(w)x(d) in mm
Weight
| 20 Hz - 20 kHz +0.0 / - 0.2 dB
| 20 Hz - 20 kHz +/- 0.5 dB ref RIAA
| better than -104 dBA
| MM: better than -85 dBA
MC: better than -75 dBA
| better than 126 dBA
| +/- 10 dB
|
|
|
|
0.005% @ 1 kHz
0.05% @ 1 kHz
110 x 440 x 330
11 kg
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Altair
IV
mono amplifier
Hydra
II
amplifier
The reference standard Altair IV mono-block power amplifier was designed to
establish a new audio benchmark regardless of cost. With the ability to produce
peaks of over 3.5 kilowatts and 45 Amps, Altair IV will redefine the performance of
any loudspeaker to which it is connected.
Far from being just a power-house, Altair IV is a technological tour-de-force,
establishing hitherto unknown standards of detail, dynamic linearity and agility,
leading to a staggeringly real musical performance.
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specifications
The Leema Hydra II is an intelligent, bridgeable stereo amplifier incorporating
many developments pioneered in the Leema reference mono-block, Altair IV.
The Hydra II is notably more flexible than its predecessor. This technological
chameleon is able to act in a multitude of roles, always creating a life-like sound
stage while maintaining the presence, texture and timbre of the original
performance.
Exceptional dynamic range, resolution of fine detail and remarkable
clarity, allow the Hydra II to deliver music with captivating energy, even when
driving the most demanding of modern audiophile loudspeakers.
This exceptional design uses two massive toroidal power transformers: one for
each channel, together with a separate transformer for the control circuitry.
The highly refined output stage features a very low output impedance.
This, coupled with a high current capability, ensures vice-like grip and precise
control of the loudspeakers, even at very high levels.
Power output into 8 Ω
Power output into 4 Ω
Power output into 2 Ω
Distortion @ 200 W into 4 Ω
Noise (A weighted, min volume)
Signal-to-noise ratio
Peak output current
Damping factor
Size (h)x(w)x(d) in mm
Weight
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
550 W RMS
1,000 W RMS
1,800 W RMS
0.004%
-96 dBm
135 dB
+/- 45 A into 2 Ω
250
390 x 440 x 335
45 kg
Frequency Response +/- 3 dB
Output Power into 8 Ω (stereo)
Output Power into 2 Ω (stereo)
Output Power into 4 Ω (mono)
Min load impedance (stereo)
Min load impedance (mono)
Noise (A weighted, min volume)
Sensitivity for maximum output
Output impedance
Damping factor (8 Ω)
Size (h)x(w)x(d) in mm
Weight
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
5 Hz - 80 kHz
148 W RMS per channel
340 W RMS per channel
785 W RMS
2Ω
4Ω
-100 dBm
311 mV RMS
0.04 Ω
200
110 x 440 x 320
18 kg
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Tucana
II
integrated amplifier
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specifications
Launched in 2006, the Tucana, Leema's first audio component, soon established
itself as a genuine reference amplifier, winning many prestigious awards.
Now the Tucana II extends both the performance and features of the original, to
set a new global standard for integrated amplifiers.
Sharing DNA with its staggering sibling, the reference standard Altair IV, the
Tucana II is an even more accomplished performer than its multi-award winning
predecessor.
Improved dynamic drive, resolution of fine detail and remarkable clarity help the
Tucana II present music with life-like swing and verve, comfortably driving even
the most fussy of today's audiophile speakers.
The technically groundbreaking dual-mono design uses three heavy-duty
toroidal power transformers, one for each channel and one for the control
circuitry. This, coupled with a robust and highly-refined multi-bipolar output stage,
ensures that Tucana II delivers vice-like grip and precise loudspeaker control.
Tucana II features an MP3 front-panel input, fixed gain input for AV connection,
balanced XLR inputs as standard and a dedicated headphone output.
The user interface offers balance control and individually adjustable input gains,
both of which were originally developed for the reference standard Pyxis preamplifier.
Tucana II can also operate as a LIPS® system master or slave and is able to talk
to other Leema components. This enables the Tucana II to automatically and
intelligently configure other devices in a multi-unit home cinema system of
uncompromised audiophile quality.
Frequency Response
Output Power into 8 Ω
Output Power into 4 Ω
Minimum load impedance
Output Current
Noise (A weighted, min volume)
Signal to Noise ratio
(A weighted, 285 W RMS, 4 Ω)
T.H.D. (10 W RMS, 4 Ω, 1 kHz)
T.H.D. (Max output
before clipping, 4 Ω, 1 kHz)
Maximum DC offset
Sensitivity for max output
(CD input)
Sensitivity for maximum outputs
(other inputs)
Output Impedance
Damping Factor (8 Ω)
Size (h)x(w)x(d) in mm
Weight
|
|
|
|
|
|
5 Hz - 80 kHz +/- 3 dB @ 1 W
148 W RMS per channel
285 W RMS per channel
2Ω
Greater than +/- 50 A
-100 dBm
| -104 dB
| 0.004%
| 0.004%
| +/- 15 mV
| 565 mV RMS
|
|
|
|
|
311 mV RMS
0.057 Ω
140
110 x 440 x 320
22 kg
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Corvus
mono amplifier and subwoofer controller
17
specifications
The Corvus is essentially two products in one chassis; an intelligent mono slave
amplifier and a studio-quality stereo subwoofer controller.
The amplifier section of the Corvus is effectively one half of a Tucana and is
therefore perfect for driving the centre channel in a surround system of
uncompromised audiophile quality.
This groundbreaking mono design uses three heavy-duty toroidal power
transformers, one for the power amplifier, one for the sub controller, and one for
the central processing unit (CPU). This, coupled with a refined multi-bipolar
output stage which can swing over fifty amps of current, ensures a vice-like grip
and precise control over the most esoteric centre channel loudspeakers.
The other side of the Corvus is a comprehensive, studio quality, subwoofer
control system. This section offers bass management, where the low frequency
content of the centre, front and rear channels are fed to the subwoofer controller,
together with the normal LFE channel where present. Level trim, filter frequency
and phase are fully adjustable for mono, or uniquely, stereo subwoofers. The
bass management system may be used in both multi-channel and stereo
systems.
Once set up, the Corvus takes its commands from the system master via
LIPS®. The input selection and volume controls automatically track that of the
master with system level indicated by the sophisticated volume LED ring display.
Frequency Response +/- 3 dB
Output Power into 8 Ω
Output Power into 4 Ω
Minimum load impedance
Output Current
Noise (A weighted, min volume)
Maximum DC offset
Sensitivity for max output
(CD input)
Output Impedance
Size (h)x(w)x(d) in mm
Weight
|
|
|
|
|
|
|
5 Hz - 80 kHz
148 W RMS
285 W RMS
2Ω
Greater than +/- 50 A
-100 dBm
+/- 15 mV
|
|
|
|
565 mV RMS
0.057 Ω
110 x 440 x 320
16 kg
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Pulse III
integrated amplifier
Stream
III
cd player
Beautiful to look at and to listen to, the original multi award-winning Stream and
Pulse models proved to be a huge success, providing an unbeatable
combination of outstanding sound quality, superb build quality, styling and
ergonomics. The new mark III versions took this solid foundation as a starting
point to re-define what is achievable, with even better performance, stunning
contemporary looks and a vast array of must-have features.
The Stream III CD player features an all-new slot loading transport controlled by
Leema's own custom firmware providing secure and reliable disc handling with
excellent retrieval of the digital information encoded on to the disc.
The new Leema Quattro DAC is a further refinement of Leema's own highly
successful MD2 Multi-DAC giving a shorter signal path, lower noise, better
Both the Pulse III amplifier and the Stream III CD player feature four digital inputs,
two optical, one co-axial and one USB, allowing the connection of external digital
components. Leema's award winning performance can now enhance a whole
range of digital sources such as digital satellite receivers, Sonos™ music
systems, Sony PS3™ and DVD players, whilst a USB digital interface enables
high quality replay from computer and bit-perfect digital archiving.
In addition, the Stream III also has an SPDIF co-axial output. The Pulse III is
easily capable of driving today's audiophile speakers with subtlety, vice-like grip
and extreme precision. It builds upon the strengths of its predecessor expanding the already flexible array of inputs and outputs and housing the
amplifier in an elegant new coat and fascia machined from billet aluminium.
Additional features include full remote control with volume display, a
high quality headphone amplifier, and for total peace of mind, full short circuit,
thermal and fault protection.
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separation and even better performance.
|
Output Power into 8 Ω
Output Power into 4 Ω
|
Frequency Response +/- 3 dB
|
Noise (A weighted,
minimum volume)
|
Signal to Noise ratio
(A weighted, ref: 150 W RMS, 4 Ω)|
T.H.D. (10 W RMS, 4 Ω, 1 kHz)
|
T.H.D. (Max output
before clipping, 4 Ω, 1 kHz)
|
Maximum DC offset
|
RIAA accuracy (20 Hz - 20 kHz) |
Size (h)x(w)x(d) in mm
|
Weight
|
-102 dB
0.008%
Frequency Response +/- 3 dB
Signal to noise ratio
Distortion @ 20 Hz
Distortion @ 1 kHz
Crosstalk @ 1 kHz
Crosstalk @ 10 kHz
Size (h)x(w)x(d) in mm
Weight
20 Hz - 20 kHz
-105 dB (A weighted)
0.005%
0.001%
-118 dB
-100 dB
90 x 435 x 330
9 kg
|
|
|
|
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|
|
|
80 W RMS per channel
130 W RMS per channel
5 Hz - 80 kHz
-98 dBm
0.008%
+/- 25 mV
+/- 0.2 dB
90 x 435 x 375
11 kg
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Elements Phono
phono stage
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specifications
The circuitry inside the award-winning Elements Phono is closely based on that of
the class leading Agena reference standard phono stage. Its performance is
simply astonishing at this price point; it was designed not just to compete
favourably with its competitors, but to completely overshadow them, even those
at 3 or 4 times the price.
The subtle musical information from the phono cartridge is handled with such
delicacy that many listeners will never have experienced the levels of clarity,
dynamic accuracy, soundstage dimensionality and authenticity of tone and timbre
that is produced - at any price.
The Elements Phono is switchable for use with both moving coil and moving
magnet cartridges and includes a switchable low frequency filter. The low
frequency filter only operates below 20 Hz to stop the by-product of warped
records and turntable motor or bearing noise.
Finally, the input stage features a protection relay which shorts the inputs during
power up and down, in order to prevent DC surges from magnetising or
damaging the cartridge.
Moving magnet gain
Moving coil gain
Frequency Response
+/- 0.5 dB ref
Distortion
Residual noise (MM)
Residual noise (MC)
Load characteristics (MM)
Load characteristics (MC)
Input sensitivity (MM)
Input sensitivity (MC)
Headroom
High pass filter
Size (h)x(w)x(d) in mm
Weight
| 36 dB
| 62 dB
|
|
|
|
|
|
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|
|
|
> RIAA curve 20 Hz to 20 kHz
Less than 0.02% @ 1 kHz
Better than - 86 dBA input short circuit
Better than -75 dBA input short circuit
47 kΩ, 100 pF
90 Ω, 1 nF
4 mV RMS for 250 mV RMS output
180 µV RMS for 250 mV RMS output
Greater than +26 dB @ 1 kHz
-3 dB @ 20 Hz
48 x 110 x 100
100 g
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Coming soon new
Elements series
Integrated Amplifier
1 co-axial digital input, 3 optical inputs, 1 USB (limited to 24 bit/96 kHz),
3 unbalanced analogue inputs on back panel, 1 on front panel via 3.5mm jack.
1 balanced input via XLR on the back panel, preout via phono on back panel.
45 W RMS in to 8 ohms. On-board headphone amp. Volume control. Mute
button. Setup menu. Full LIPS® implementation. IR control.
CD player
Dual balanced and unbalanced outputs on the rear panel (4 XLR and 4 Phono).
This allows bi-amping in both balanced and unbalanced configurations from the
source. 1 co-axial output and 1 optical output. IR control and full LIPS®
implementation. Dedicated high quality audio cd only TEAC drive.
DAC
3 co-axial digital inputs, 3 optical inputs, 1 USB, 1 analogue in via 3.5 mm jack on
front. Asynchronous and multi-frequency adaptive modes. 24 bit/192 kHz
capable including USB (requires a suitable windows driver) on-board headphone
amp. Analogue volume control. Mute button. Balanced out via XLR, unbalanced
out via phono. Full LIPS® implementation. Setup menu. IR control
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Award winning acoustics
Agena
Antila
Hi-Fi World: 5 globe, December 2009
Hi-Fi Choice: Best Buy, March 2007
Hi-Fi Test: Referenzklasse 1+, April 2007
Hi-Fi World: 5 globe, July 2007
What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision: Best CD Player £1500+, 2007 Awards
What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision: 5 stars, October 2007
Haute Fidelite: Meilleur achat, 2008
SAVA Award 2007/2008
Hi-Fi World: CD Player of the Year, 2007 Awards
Pyxis
Hi-Fi News: Highly Commended, April 2009
Hi-Fi News: Highly Commended, 2009 Yearbook
Hi-Fi News: Outstanding Product, October 2010
Hi-Fi News: Outstanding Product, 2010 Yearbook
Altair IV
Hi-Fi News: Highly Commended, April 2009
Hi-Fi News: Highly Commended, 2009 Yearbook
Tucana
Hi-Fi News: Integrated Amplifier of the Year 2006
Hi-Fi Test: Referenzklasse 1+, April 2007
Hi-Fi World: 5 globe, May 2007
What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision: 5 stars, August 2007
What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision: 5 stars, January 2008
What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision Ultimate Guide: 5 stars, September 2008
Revue Du Son: 4 stars, 2008
AVReview: Winner, 2008
What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision Ultimate Guide: 5 stars, February 2009
Tucana II
Hi-Fi Choice: Editor's Choice, September 2009
What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision: Best Stereo Amplifier £1500+, 2009 Awards
Hi-Fi World: 5 globe, November 2009
What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision: 5 stars, November 2009
What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision Ultimate Guide: 5 stars, September 2010
What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision: Best Stereo Amplifier £2000+, 2010 Awards
Hydra II
Hi-Fi News: Outstanding Product, October 2010
Hi-Fi News: Outstanding Product, 2010 Yearbook
Antila II
Hi-Fi Choice: Editor's Choice, September 2009
What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision Ultimate Guide: 5 stars, September 2009
Hi-Fi Choice: Finalist: Product of the Year, 2009 Awards
Hi-Fi Choice: Winner: CD Player over £1,000, 2009 Awards
What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision: 5 stars, December 2009
Antila IIS
What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision: 5 stars, December 2010
Pulse
Hi-Fi Choice: Best Buy: 5 stars, May 2008
What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision: 5 stars, June 2008
Hi-Fi World: 5 globe, July 2008
What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision: 5 stars, August 2008
Hi-Fi Choice: Bronze: Best Stereo Amplifier £1,000 - £2,000, 2008 Awards
Hi-Fi Test: Best of 2008
Hi-Fi World: Integrated Amplifier of the Year 2008
What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision Ultimate Guide: 5 stars, February 2009
Hi-Fi World: 5 globe, group test winner, October 2009
Hi-Fi Choice: Best Buy, December 2009
Pulse III
Hi-Fi Choice: Recommended, November 2010
Stream
Hi-Fi Choice: Best Buy: 5 stars, May 2008
Hi-Fi Choice: Bronze: Best CD player 1,000 - £2,000, 2008 Awards
Hi-Fi Test: Best of 2008
Stream II
Hi-Fi News: Highly Commended, January 2009
Stream III
Hi-Fi Choice: Recommended, October 2010
Elements Phono
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Hi-Fi News: Highly Commended, January 2010
What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision: 5 stars, March 2010
What Hi-Fi? Sound & Vision: Best Phono Stage, 2010 Awards
www.leema-acoustics.com
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While every endeavour has been made to ensure all information is correct, we are constantly
seeking ways to improve the performance and sound quality of our products and therefore
we reserve the right to change product specifications as necessary.
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