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Libratone Lounge

Libratone Lounge
alaScore 89

53 reviews

Aug, 2016

alaTest has collected and analyzed 53 reviews of Libratone Lounge. The average rating for this product is 3.9/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other Speakers for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Speakers the Libratone Lounge is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

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Consumer review by: (amazon.co.uk)

Amazon.co.uk review summary for Libratone Lounge

 

alaTest has collected and analyzed 7 user reviews of Libratone Lounge from Amazon.co.uk. The average user rating for this product is 3.9/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.3/5 for other Speakers on Amazon.co.uk.

71% of the reviews on Amazon.co.uk give this product a positive rating.

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Aug, 2016

Expert review by: Tim Gideon (pcmag.com)

Libratone Lounge

 

If you have room in your budget and home for this behemoth, the Libratone Lounge is unlikely to disappoint, unless you're really only craving booming bass.

Extremely powerful speaker with wide stereo separation for a single unit. Easy set-up, streams wireless audio via AirPlay, DLNA, as well as via direct from device, no wireless router needed. Pleasing visual design

Massive and expensive. Digital signal processing limits bass at high volumes, preventing distortion but altering the sound signature on deep bass tracks. No remote control

Perhaps you're looking for a single speaker system for your entire house, something that can really fill a very large room, but also operate well at subtle volumes. Perhaps you're prepared to spend $1,299.95 (direct) on such a purchase, provided it...

Mar, 2013

Expert review by: Thomas Ricker (theverge.com)

Libratone Lounge review

 

You've likely never heard of Libratone. Fair enough. But maybe you're familiar with Steinway Lyngdorf Audio, the Danish company that specializes in high-performance professional audio? Jes...

Easily fills a large living room with sound ; Excellent audio reproduction ; Wireless AirPlay convenience

Pricey: $100 extra for colored cashmere ; Limited to a single mini-TOSLINK input ; Stereo only, can’t simulate multi-channel surround like other soundbars

There’s no other AirPlay-enabled speaker on the market capable of matching the Lounge in price (that's bad) or acoustic muscle (that's good)

Jul, 2011

Expert review by: Tom Andry (audioholics.com)

Libratone Live and Lounge AirPlay Speaker Preview

 

Libratone markets their new Live and Lounge AirPlay speakers as "Scandinavia in your living room." Well, apparently this isn't the Ikea Scandinavia but the more expensive, cashmere-wrapped Scandinavia

Libratone markets their new Live and Lounge AirPlay speakers as "Scandinavia in your living room." Well, apparently this isn't the Ikea Scandinavia but the more expensive, "cashmere-wrapped" Scandinavia. The speakers do boast not only the ability to...

Nov, 2011

Expert review by: Mikey Campbell (appleinsider.com)

Dual Review: Libratone's Lounge and Zipp speakers cover both ends of the spectrum

 

Libratone has made a name for itself by baking high-tech components, innovative design and consistent sound quality into its systems, features usually seen only in much more expensive systems. AppleInsider was able to take a look at how the Lounge, one...

Amazing sound fidelity from small package ; Room-filling 360-degree sound ; Advanced connectivity and extended battery life on-the-go

A bit larger than competing products ; DSP overbearing in certain EQ modes

The Lounge and Zipp are on two ends of the spectrum in terms of size, power output and usability, but Libratone has managed to imbue both models with similar sound quality. While their sonic fingerprints don't perfectly align, the use of ribbon...

May, 2014

Expert review by: Andrew Robinson (hometheaterreview.com)

Libratone Lounge AirPlay Loudspeaker Reviewed

 

A new player by the name of Libratone is entering the fray, bringing with them the Lounge wireless loudspeaker. With AirPlay compatibility and modern looks, the Lounge promises a lot. How does it deliver? Read on to find out.

So how do I best sum up the Libratone Lounge wireless loudspeaker? Style over substance. While those whose decor leans more towards Case Study furniture and Eames lounge chairs will no doubt relish the Lounge's modern visual appeal, there just isn't...

Oct, 2012

Expert review by: Adrian Justins (homecinemachoice.com)

Libratone Lounge review

 

The solidly built Lounge is without doubt one of the biggest soundbars ever made, and with its Italian cashmere jacket, certainly one of the most surprisingly clad. While designed to make an impact thanks to its maximalist proportions, it has a...

Powerful, detailed sound; top-notch design; simple operation

Expensive; sheer size may be awkward; no HDMI connectivity

Jun, 2013

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Expert review by: Campbell Simpson (goodgearguide.com.au)

Libratone Lounge AirPlay speaker

 

Libratone's soundbar combines high quality sound and high quality design

Clear, clean sound at all volumes ; Simple, versatile (for iOS users) ; Sturdy design and build

Sound lacks some bass and expansiveness ; No physical volume control

Libratone's Lounge speaker system is designed to hide away on your sideboard or take pride of place under your plasma TV - wherever it sits, it'll look great and be incredibly easy to use (if you've got an iDevice). The sound that the Libratone Lounge...

Oct, 2012

Expert review by: Campbell Simpson (pcadvisor.co.uk)

Libratone Lounge AirPlay speaker

 

The setup procedure for the Lounge is quite simple, and instruction booklets are included for whether you're using the initial setup through an iPhone, Mac, PC, or other device. We set up the Lounge using an iPod touch — waiting for the Lounge to start...

Libratone's Lounge speaker system is designed to hide away on your sideboard or take pride of place under your plasma TV - wherever it sits, it'll look great and be incredibly easy to use (if you've got an iDevice). The sound that the Libratone Lounge...

Oct, 2012

Expert review by: Trusted Reviews (trustedreviews.com)

Libratone Lounge

 

A £1000+ soundbar with the looks of a piece of designer furniture.

Looks great, Extremely well-made, Utterly convenient for iOS users

Sound lacks scale and volume, No phono input

Nov, 2011

Expert review by: (whathifi.com)

Libratone Lounge

 

The Lounge is a tall, beefy-sounding bar. But it lacks the sonic ability needed to make an impact at this level

Entertaining sound ; Controlled treble ; Allows for wireless streaming

Can sound messy ; Overbearing bass ; Limited connections ; Extra height could hinder positioning

The Lounge is a large, attention-grabbing and powerful-sounding speaker. But its ham-fisted approach to movies and music lacks long-term appeal.

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Product Specifications

Configuration

Active / Passive Speakers:Active
AirPlay: Yes
Real Dolby: No
Remote Control: No
Signal Connection:Wireless
Subwoofer:1 SUBWOOFER / Yes

Connectivity

Android Docking: No
Apple Docking:WIRELESS IOS
Bluetooth: No
Docking System:Apple Docking
Signal Input:Digital
TYPE OF DOCKING:Wireless Pairing
USB: No

Energy Information

Battery Powered: No

General Features

Construction:Single Case Speaker System
Number of Speakers:1
Signal Connection:Wireless + Wired
Sound Projector:Sound Projector
Speaker Type:Active / Front/Center Speaker

Loudspeakers

Suitable for outdoor use: No

Technical Details

Power save mode: Yes
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