The Leema Acoustics Pulse IV is good in parts, but overall, the performance leaves us generally unenthused.
Bristol Hi-Fi Show The products, in various incarnations, have been part of the Welsh company's line-up for almost two decades.
Leema has upgraded its long-serving Stream IV streaming CD player, and expanded its Elements range with a new standalone streamer.
The Welsh audio brand celebrates the power amplifier’s 10th birthday with an upgraded anniversary edition.
Leema's new digital preamp is the latest addition to its Elements range of hi-fi separates. It's designed to be compact but still deliver high-end performance...
The new Pulse IV will have a built-in phono stage, aptX Bluetooth, plus a 32-bit/384kHz DSD-capable DAC ready for its debut at the Munich High End Show.
The new streaming amp/DAC is the latest addition to the company’s Stellar series and will be on display at the Bristol Show 2016.
The first Tucana integrated amplifier was released 10 years ago - it was also Leema’s first electronics product. To commemorate the occasion, Leema has announced a special Anniversary edition that features several upgrades over the Tucana MKII.
New version of the Xen 2 retains the five litre volume of the previous model, but comes with a wealth of performance upgrades.
A solid choice at this price, not least if you want a wide connection choice and the option of an integrated DAC
Leema Acoustics has announced the introduction of the Libra – a £6000 DAC/preamplifier that's capable of high-resolution 24-bit/384kHz playback over USB, and supports Bluetooth, DSD and more.
Leema's latest incarnation of its Pulse series is a strong performer, but we're not wild about the looks and the competition is vicious