"With the new LT4, the developers created an elegant solution that not only impresses visually but awakens acoustic expectations as well.”
"The Berliners prefer a D’Appolito arrangement of their three-way drivers. This means: The tweeter measureing 1.9 cm across sits in the center between each of the two woofers and midrange drivers.”
"The set went about its business cleanly and virtuously [...]. The homogeneity and precision evoked a higher price class, the 3-dimensionality as well. [...] When it comes to dispersing sound, the LT4 was able to play up the advantages of having slender baffles on which the sound waves are barely able to get caught against, as well as the minimal directivity in the mid to upper range thanks to a smaller membrane diameter.”
"The LT4 is characterized by a stable sound image, excellent focus, and an especially transparent, deep-reaching dimensionality even when only stereo CDs are played. The bass came across with such purity and differentiation that it’s almost worth shelling out for a bass management system in a receiver for upping the ante with rich diaphragm-massaging sound in special effects and, if possible, saving it as a preset. With films and multi-channel music, the faultless collaboration of the almost identically constructed channel drivers for the front, center and surround made a good impression. Even the subwoofer contributed with feeling [...]."