Posted on 25th September, 2019


Teufel Audio has announced its Cinebar Lux which promises plenty of low-end without the need of a separate subwoofer.

Teufel Audio's new Cinebar Lux boasts a slim design as well as Dynamore Ultra and Dynamore 3D tech that extends the sound horizontally thanks to side-radiating drivers, and vertically via ceiling-radiating drivers. Through this arrangement, we are promised an enveloping three-dimensional sound.

Teufel Cinebar Lux

The Cinebar Lux uses four passive bass cones to generate a powerful bass without being intrusive. A further dozen high-performance drivers are being pushed along by nine power amplifiers for higher frequencies.

Movie dialogue will be clear thank to the two central drivers powering the centre channel. However, it's the bass that promises to impress. With four passive bass drivers, the Cinebar Lux boasts an impressive 45 Hertz cutoff frequency - without any additional subwoofer.

Teufel Cinebar Lux

Additionally, the Cinebar Lux offers the possibility to control the wireless surround speakers Teufel Effekt directly. With the additional rear speakers, the Cinebar Lux delivers real surround sound.

The new soundbar also includes Teufel's Raumfeld streaming technology, as well as Bluetooth and Spotify Connect so wireless audio streaming is well-covered.

Also present is HDMI 2.0 with CEC and ARC as well as an optical digital input.

Price and availability

The Cinebar Lux is now available in black and black/white for £719.99.

The soundbar is also available in combination with the wireless rear speakers as Cinebar Lux Surround for £999.99.


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