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Review - Leema Pulse 4

Leema Pulse 4

Leema Pulse IV unites turntables and digital devices with high-res audio, Bluetooth and more
L eema Acoustics’ new Pulse IV amplifier is the ideal ‘hub’ for contemporary music-listening with its turntable connectivity, Bluetooth playback and seven digital inputs enabling a huge range of devices to connect.

The Pulse IV is a highly versatile and powerful integrated amplifier that enables a world of music to be enjoyed with Leema Acoustics’ sound quality thanks to a huge connectivity suite bringing together music playback in all its forms, whether on vinyl, streamed from smartphones and tablets via aptX Bluetooth, or stored on computers, laptops and more.



Review - Leema Pulse 4

Leema Pulse 4

Leema launch the Pulse IV - Integrated Amp
T he Leema Acoustics Pulse IV (at £2,295) is the 2017 version and fourth generation of the Pulse amplifier. The Pulse IV sees an improvement in performance, all-new casework together with new contemporary features, including a high-quality phono stage, aptX Bluetooth, plus a 32 bit/384 kHz DSD capable DAC, ready for its international debut at the Munich High End HiFi Show 2017. The new Pulse IV will form part of the newly re-launched Spectrum range.



Review - Leema Sirius

Leema Sirius

Leema Acoustics Launch Sirius - A new hi-fi-grade music server
L eema’s Sirius is a hi-fi-grade streaming music server system that provides a high-performance solution for the storage and playback of digital music (priced at £3,995). Developed in partnership with Innuos, Leema’s ex-BBC engineers have combined audiophile performance with the convenience of a UPNP/DNLA-compatible music server.
Sirius is the latest edition to Leema’s flagship Constellation range. It features a raft of audiophile-grade components centred on a powerful server-grade main circuit board with a high-speed quad-core processor with up to eight gigabytes of system memory.



Review - Leema Elements Pre-Amplifier

Leema Elements Pre-Amplifier

Leema Launch The Elements Pre-Amplifier
T he Leema Elements PreAmp (yours for £1,395) is an analogue preamp with three RCA inputs and one balanced input. Going out to the power amp is both balanced and unbalanced RCA outputs. In addition the Leema Elements Pre-Amp includes a USB DAC, a 3.5 mm Jack on the front for attachment of iDevices mobile devices and a headphone amplifier.



Review - Leema Quasar

Leema Quasar

Leema Reveal The Quasar Streaming DAC and Integrated Amp
T he Leema Quasar streaming DAC and Integrated Amp (estimated to retail at £2,995) is being unveiled at the Bristol HiFi Show 2016 ahead of the Quasar's official launch later in 2016. Not only is the Quasar a new product from Leema but it also marks the start of a new product range from Leema, the Stellar range. There's nothing Quasi about the Quasar though as in the Quasar’s machined-billeted aluminium front panel styling (trickled down from the Constellation series) you get a dual mono 200 watts per channel into 8 Ohms integrated amp with digital inputs and streaming. The DAC section of the Quasar also employs trickle down technology, in this case the Quattro-infinity topology found in the flagship Leema Libra DAC.



Review - Leema Zen

Leema Zen

Leema Launch The Zen 2 Speakers
L eema have relaunched their 5 litres (n volume) mini monitor speaker the Zen as the Zen 2. £1,295 is the R.R.P.



Review - Leema Libra DAC

Leema Libra DAC

Leema Launch The Leema Libra DAC
L eema have launched the Hi-Res Audio Libra DSD DAC on the eve of the Bristol HiFi Show 2015. This is quite fitting as the Leema Libra DAC, when first shown, was a star of the 2013 Bristol Show and now it’s officially available at £5,995. At this price point, Leema have been careful to protect their customer’s investment against obsolescence by modularising the Libra DAC. Also improving on the 2013 model, the Leema Libra DAC can now decode the full Hi-Res Audio computer audio file formats – which include DSD 64; DSD 128, and DXD up to 384 kHz PCM via USB (and Libra’s I2S inputs). Unlike most other DACs, where USB is the only DSD option, the Libra supports DSD64 via all S/PDIF inputs (coax and optical) and also AES/EBU inputs to boot ! Additionally the Leema Libra DAC can function as a digital preamp, an analogue preamp or as a headphone amp – all things to all HiFi Enthusiasts !



Review - Leema Elements Precision DAC

Leema Elements Precision DAC

Leema Launch the Elements Precision DAC
T he £1,250 Leema Elements Precision DAC is a USB DAC capable of decoding up to 24 bit 192 kHz PCM computer audio via the DAC: Quattro 24bit/192kHz with multiple CS 4351. The USB input is asynchronous where a very accurate clock within the Leema DAC controls requests to the digital source and re-clocks the signal minimising digital jitter. As well as the asynchronous USB input the Leema Elements DAC has 3 coax and 3 optical inputs as well as an MP3 Input (a front panel 3.5mm jack.)



Review - Leema Libra DAC

Leema Libra DAC

Leema Demonstrate the Libra DAC at the Bristol 2013 Hi-Fi show
A new DAC in the Leema Consteellation range first seen on the 10th floor of the Marriot hotel Bristol partnering KEF Blades.



Review - Leema Elements Streamer

Leema Elements Streamer

Leema demonstrate a new streamer at the Bristol 2013 Hi-Fi show
N ew for the elements range is the Leema elements streamer first seen at the Bristol 2013 Hi-Fi show.




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