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Welcome to Lyric Hifi

429 Lisburn Road, Belfast BT9 7EY Tel: +44 (0)2890 381296, From ROI 04890 381296
Open: 10:00am - 5:00pm - Monday to Friday, 7pm Thursday, Saturday 11:00am to 3:00pm

Call in for a mosey round, tap us for good advice, and have a listen to great sounds

CYRUS AUDIO

BIG NEWS, little prices!

Cyrus have won more awards than any other British hifi manufacturer I can think of. Over 30 years they keep coming up with winner after winner for both cd players and amplifiers. so when you hear about a brand new upgraded range you have to sit up and take note.

 

The ONE range has a gorgeous new case and hits new price points, amps at £ 699 and £ 999 and speakers at £ 350. All now on demonstration, call in to see for yourself

 

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New Cyrus Streaming Music products are neatly called Stream. These devices connect to an outboard NAS drive that stores all your music. A supplied remote allows you to browse your music collection and select internet radio or other existing music sources in your system. It can also be controlled by a proprietary Cyrus app called Cadence, couldn’t be easier and it sounds great. 

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Stream Xa is a streamer that connects to any amplifier via analogue or digital outputs, the Stream X is a transport only so it goes into a digital input and as if by magic all new Cyrus amplifiers and preamplifiers include a digital input!

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What Hifi have just given the StreamXa it’s seal of approval with a 5 Star review, other awards will surely follow.

Give us a call to talk through these options or to arrange a demonstration. You won’t be disappointed

The picture above is the Streamline finished in silver which is a special order

Need extra power to control your speakers? Add an Xpower and make them monoblocs at the flick of a switch.

Need more detail? Add a PSX-R power supply to the StreamX

Need more control, more dynamics? 2 more PSX-Rs please, add them to your monobloc amplifiers and it's all easily possible without any of your investment being made redundant