1. Onkyo brings high-resolution music download store to the UK

    Onkyo brings high-resolution music download store to the UK

    A decade after launching e-onkyo in Japan, Onkyo has announced that its high-resolution download service is expanding into three more countries with the offer of hundreds of thousands of tracks available in 24-bit/44.1kHz up to 192kHz.

    Mon, 09 Feb 2015, 11:12am
  2. User review of the month – Naim Mu-so – January 2015

    User review of the month – Naim Mu-so – January 2015

    We've selected our favourite review from the just under 1000 user reviews that are live on What Hi-Fi?, and it's an "epic" recommendation for the Naim Mu-so wireless speaker.

    Fri, 06 Feb 2015, 05:55pm
  3. Wednesday Wrap: Sky's strong growth, iPhone outsells Android in the US, Superfi/QED cables

    Wednesday Wrap: Sky's strong growth, iPhone outsells Android in the US, Superfi/QED cables

    From news of a bumper six months for Sky to the revelation that Apple iOS smartphones outsold their Android rivals in the US for the first time since Q4 2012, here is the news in brief from What Hi-Fi?'s Wednesday Wrap.

    Wed, 04 Feb 2015, 02:46pm
  4. Sonos launches limited edition Blue Note Play:1 speaker

    Sonos launches limited edition Blue Note Play:1 speaker

    Sonos's first-ever limited edition product marks the 75th anniversary of the legendary jazz label, Blue Note Records, and is the culmination of a series of collaborations between the two companies.

    Wed, 04 Feb 2015, 01:59pm
  5. Audiolab announces £399 M-CDT CD transport

    Audiolab announces £399 M-CDT CD transport

    In an age where streaming is becoming the go-to choice for music, Audiolab believes there's life in the old CD yet, as indicated by the release of a new dedicated CD transport, the M-CDT.

    Mon, 02 Feb 2015, 06:22pm
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  7. #WHFsystems: Readers' systems round-up, January 2015

    #WHFsystems: Readers' systems round-up, January 2015

    There's nothing like having a good nose at someone else's system. Here's a fine selection of system pictures shared across our social media accounts this month.

    Mon, 02 Feb 2015, 01:04pm
  8. Show report: Headroom at Metropolis Studios, London

    Show report: Headroom at Metropolis Studios, London

    The first Headroom Show, organised by Unilet Sound and Vision and Custom Cable, took place at the Metropolis recording studios in London. We dropped in to take a look.

    Sun, 01 Feb 2015, 09:00am
  9. News in brief: Chord cables, Sky mobile services, slim PlayStation 4

    News in brief: Chord cables, Sky mobile services, slim PlayStation 4

    This week we had the first glimpse of the Chord Company's latest digital cables, and saw Sky's plans to launch mobile voice and data services. Here's the news-in-brief from What Hi-Fi? on 30th January.

    Fri, 30 Jan 2015, 10:22am
  10. Acemile heralds "world's first" portable 360-degree 3D-surround sound speaker

    Acemile heralds "world's first" portable 360-degree 3D-surround sound speaker

    Acemile has heralded a "world first" in the shape of Theatre Box – a new portable wireless home cinema speaker that's capable of producing a 360-degree 3D-surround sound audio experience.

    Thu, 29 Jan 2015, 03:00pm
  11. Apogee Groove: New portable USB DAC/headphone amp unveiled

    Apogee Groove: New portable USB DAC/headphone amp unveiled

    Apogee Electronics has announced the introduction of Groove – its new portable USB digital-to-analogue converter and headphone amplifier that's been designed for use with Macs and PCs.

    Mon, 26 Jan 2015, 02:16pm

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