1. Crazybaby Mars is 'levitating' wireless speaker

    Crazybaby Mars is 'levitating' wireless speaker

    If you're after a wireless speaker that's a little less conventional, then Hong Kong-based start-up Crazybaby might have just the thing...

    Mon, 08 Dec 2014, 05:20pm
  2. Meridian reveals Explorer 2 DAC with MQA support

    Meridian reveals Explorer 2 DAC with MQA support

    The Explorer 2 is the latest pocket USB DAC and headphone amp from Meridian, coming with support for the company's new MQA technology thanks to more powerful digital signal processing.

    Fri, 05 Dec 2014, 04:30pm
  3. 10 of the best tech gifts for early adopters

    10 of the best tech gifts for early adopters

    Is there a tech pioneer in your family? Someone you know love to be at the cutting edge of innovation? We're expecting yet more consumer electronics developments next year, but you needn't wait to get ahead of the curve.

    Fri, 05 Dec 2014, 12:08pm
  4. Meridian Audio MQA paves way for high-res streaming

    Meridian Audio MQA paves way for high-res streaming

    Meridian says this brand new technology "is really about the future of recorded music", with MQA promising to more efficiently package studio master quality files in order to take up less space and allow for streaming as well as downloading high-resolution audio

    Thu, 04 Dec 2014, 07:31pm
  5. Musical Fidelity unveils Merlin 1 digital streaming system

    Musical Fidelity unveils Merlin 1 digital streaming system

    The Merlin 1 system comprises a Bluetooth aptX streamer and digital amplifier, the Round Table turntable and custom-designed Merlin 1 loudspeakers.

    Thu, 04 Dec 2014, 11:43am
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  7. Wednesday Wrap: PS4 limited edition, Primare's aptX upgrade, Xbox One wearable

    Wednesday Wrap: PS4 limited edition, Primare's aptX upgrade, Xbox One wearable

    From the debut of a limited edition finish for the Sony PlayStation 4 to confirmation that Primare has introduced aptX Bluetooth to a number of its products – here is the news in brief from What Hi-Fi?'s Wednesday Wrap.

    Wed, 03 Dec 2014, 03:12pm
  8. Classé launches entry-level Sigma range

    Classé launches entry-level Sigma range

    Canadian high-end manufacturer Classé has announced Sigma, a new entry-level series that sits below the established Delta products in terms of price. The Sigma range consists of two power amplifiers and a 7.1 channel cinema processor/preamp.

    Wed, 03 Dec 2014, 02:55pm
  9. Technics: First look and confirmed prices for new hi-fi range

    Technics: First look and confirmed prices for new hi-fi range

    The Technics brand is back in business. Panasonic, Technics' parent company, announced the comeback at IFA 2014, together with two new ranges of premium hi-fi products. The new portfolio includes speakers, streamers, stereo amplifiers and a single CD player - and now we have had a first look and received confirmed prices.

    Tue, 02 Dec 2014, 12:06pm
  10. Lambert Company launches Small Wonder crowdfunding campaign

    Lambert Company launches Small Wonder crowdfunding campaign

    New Zealand's Lambert Company has taken the wraps off its Small Wonder range of audio components – and now it's turning to the Indiegogo crowdfunding community for support.

    Mon, 01 Dec 2014, 04:16pm
  11. TEAC reveals new TN-300 turntable with built-in phono stage

    TEAC reveals new TN-300 turntable with built-in phono stage

    TEAC has announced the arrival of its new TN-300 hi-fi turntable, which comes with a built-in phono stage and has been designed for "both analogue and digital worlds".

    Mon, 01 Dec 2014, 03:52pm

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