It's been a short week but a busy one nevertheless, with B&W updating its CM range of stereo speakers, Apple teasing the iPhone 6 and LG suspending production of plasma TVs.
And don't forget that it's new What Hi-Fi? week - the latest issue of the magazine is now on sale. The October issue has reviews of wireless speakers, turntables and 40in TVs, along with our guide to building the best complete hi-fi system for your budget, with systems at £1000, £2000 and £3000.
You can buy it online, pop to your newsagents or subscribe in order to ensure you get your copy delivered to your door before it's in the shops.
B&W launches new CM S2 series speakers
Bowers & Wilkins' CM range of speakers is getting a refresh, with six stereo speakers being introduced.
Three floorstanding speakers, three standmount speakers, two centre channels, a sub and a set of stands complete the new line-up, with upgrades including a new dome tweeter.
READ MORE: B&W launches new CM S2 series speakers
iPhone 6 launch event confirmed for September 9th
After several months of rumours and speculation, Apple has sent out invites confirming an Apple iPhone event for September 9th.
It's widely expected that the event will usher in the iPhone 6, with reports suggesting that it will come in new, larger sizes.
As always, we shall see come September the 9th.
LG to suspend plasma TV production
After revealing a new 65in OLED TV in South Korea on Monday, the company's home entertainment division president, Ha Hyun-hwoi, announced that the company would be "suspending plasma production in the near future".
An official announcement is due soon, but it does look like this could be the end of plasma TV production on a large scale, with manufacturers now moving towards OLED as an alternative.
READ MORE: LG to suspend plasma TV production
Qobuz high-res download store launches in UK
French-based music streaming site Qobuz has launched a music download store in the UK, claiming to have the "largest catalogue of HD downloads in the world".
The Qobuz store, which features tracks at 24-bit/192kHz resolution, has around 20,000 albums available, with prices varying between £10 to £15 for high-res releases.
READ MORE: Qobuz high-res download store launches in UK
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"The Roku Streaming Stick does a very specific job and does it very well."
Roku Streaming Stick
Google's Chromecast may have been the first USB-sized streamer, but Roku has made up for lost time with this very accomplished effort.
If you have a 'dumb' TV, or your even a smart one, the Roku Streaming Stick is an able performer with few faults
Read the full Roku Streaming Stick review
"The UE40H6400 is an engrossing screen, with smart features that rivals struggle to match."
"The TX-NR838 has an unbelievable number of features that cater for all reasonable AV needs, and even looks to the future."
Onkyo has been a little quiet on the AV receiver front recently - the companyn hoped the TX-NR838 would change that. With an Atmos update due to arrive in September, this amp certainly packs in plenty of features.
However, restrained dynamics and a lack of drive mean the performance can't quite match the spec.
Irrespective of those faults, this is an impressive amp with a feature list longer than your arm.