1. Leema Acoustics introduces updated Xen 2 loudspeaker

    Leema Acoustics introduces updated Xen 2 loudspeaker

    New version of the Xen 2 retains the five litre volume of the previous model, but comes with a wealth of performance upgrades.

    Tue, 28 Jul 2015, 04:13pm
  2. That Was Then... A&R Cambridge A60 (1976) vs. Arcam A19 (2013)

    That Was Then... A&R Cambridge A60 (1976) vs. Arcam A19 (2013)

    We got our hands on a classic amplifier from the early 1980s to see how it fares against a comparable model today...

    Thu, 23 Jul 2015, 04:41pm
  3. PMC opens new HQ with a £40k Vertere turntable demo – and some classic cars

    PMC opens new HQ with a £40k Vertere turntable demo – and some classic cars

    British speaker specialist PMC opened its new Holme Court HQ to 120 visitors, who were treated to a demo of its top-of-the-range speakers.

    Wed, 22 Jul 2015, 04:44pm
  4. DACs: everything you need to know

    DACs: everything you need to know

    No digital-to-analogue-convertor, no music - not if you’ve got your files stored digitally. Scroll down and we tell you what you need to know about this once humble, now absolutely crucial, cog in your hi-fi system...

    Tue, 21 Jul 2015, 04:15pm
  5. Edwards Audio updates five-star TT1 turntable; launches TT1SE

    Edwards Audio updates five-star TT1 turntable; launches TT1SE

    Two new turntables from Edwards Audio feature custom-designed platters and plinths, and are designed and manufactured in the UK.

    Tue, 21 Jul 2015, 11:24am
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  7. Audeze Deckard headphone amp and DAC lands in the UK for £599

    Audeze Deckard headphone amp and DAC lands in the UK for £599

    Named after Harrison Ford's lead character in Blade Runner, and with casework created by BMW Designworks, the Audeze Deckard has an interesting pedigree.

    Tue, 21 Jul 2015, 09:58am
  8. Copyright law: one step forward, two steps back

    Copyright law: one step forward, two steps back

    Last year it became legal to copy CDs and DVDs for your own personal use; now it's been deemed illegal again by the High Court. The law is a mess, and fails to take account of how technology has changed the way we access music and films.

    Mon, 20 Jul 2015, 03:28pm
  9. Ripping CDs and DVDs is illegal again

    Ripping CDs and DVDs is illegal again

    A High Court ruling has quashed the changes in the law brought by the government last year, meaning it's no longer legal to make a copy of your own CDs, DVDs and Blu-rays.

    Sat, 18 Jul 2015, 09:04am
  10. Best of the Week: Panasonic 4K TV, Apple Music tips, BT Ultra HD and more

    Best of the Week: Panasonic 4K TV, Apple Music tips, BT Ultra HD and more

    A round-up of the news and reviews to have graced What Hi-Fi? this past week – featuring products from Apple, Klipsch, Panasonic, Sony and more.

    Fri, 17 Jul 2015, 05:46pm
  11. Behind the scenes at Gamut HQ

    Behind the scenes at Gamut HQ

    We were so impressed by Gamut's £15k pre/power amplifier pairing that we added it to our reference system. So we thought it only right we found out a little bit more about the company.

    Fri, 17 Jul 2015, 01:18pm

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