Black Cube Statement

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Reviews

Lehmann Black Cube Statement, Hi-Fi News, January 2012

Hi-Fi News, January 2012

Comments of Note: 
"A product with performance that is hard to beat at the price"
“You can certainly tell that phono preamps are Lehmann’s specialty when putting it through its paces. Instruments and vocals sounded accurate, having a ‘studio-like’ honesty. “
“Neil Young’s harmonica was conveyed with a polished yet mellow treble and came across with none of the harshness that some of the others in the test introduced.”
"...its soundstaging is impressively wide, Young’s slide guitar on ‘Out On The Weekend’ emphasising how well the Lehmann does stereo separation." 
“Bass was well captured and natural”
“ Percussion was precise and controlled while being carefully held back in the mix, which added depth and realism to the music, especially through the shimmering cymbals within ‘Spiralling’.”
“ Well-recorded vocals are lapped up by the Lehmann, so where rival phono stages conveyed the power of a performance, this Black Box went one step further by capturing the tone of the voice.”

Lehmann BC Statement, Hi-Fi Critic, Oct-Dec 2010

Hi-Fi Critic, Oct/Nov/Dec 2010

Score: 'Recommended Product'

Lehmann BC Statement, Hi-Fi Choice, Aug 2010

Hi-Fi Choice, August 2010

Score: 5 Stars, 'Recommended'

Lehmann BC Statement, Hi-Fi Choice, March 2007

Hi-Fi Choice, March 2007

Reviewed by: Richard Black

Comments of Note:
"We were very taken by this little amp, especially with a moving magnet cartridge as source. Its sound is open and quick, with very good insight and also excellent extension at both frequency extremes, and its lack of hum and low noise level are also welcome."
"Good value and fills the gap between budget phono amps and the high - end."

Lehmann Black Cube Statement, Tech Radar, February 2007

Tech Radar, February 2007

Reviewed By: Richard Black
Score: 4/5 Stars

Comments of note:
"We were very taken by this little amp, especially with a moving magnet cartridge as source. Its sound is open and quick, with very good insight and also excellent extension at both frequency extremes, and its lack of hum and low noise level are also welcome."