1. Astell & Kern AK380 Copper edition brings sonic benefits

    Astell & Kern AK380 Copper edition brings sonic benefits

    The limited edition model of A&K’s flagship hi-res audio player not only introduces a colourful new look, but it also claims to bring sonic improvements over the standard version...

    Thu, 21 Jan 2016, 02:28pm
  2. 7 key tech trends from CES 2016

    7 key tech trends from CES 2016

    More than 3800 exhibitors gathered at CES 2016, revealing thousands of new products across an increasingly broad spectrum of product categories. We've narrowed down the key AV trends for the year ahead.

    Wed, 13 Jan 2016, 06:17pm
  3. Sony at CES 2016: 5 things we learned

    Sony at CES 2016: 5 things we learned

    With 4K HDR TVs, turntables, wireless speakers, Blu-ray players and headphones, there was no shortage of announcements from Sony at CES 2016.

    Wed, 06 Jan 2016, 06:46am
  4. Pioneer launches world's first MQA-ready hi-res music player

    Pioneer launches world's first MQA-ready hi-res music player

    The XDP-100R is one of the first products compatible with Meridian's MQA (Master Quality Authenticated) technology, which promises to package studio quality master files, so they take up less space for high-resolution streaming and downloads...

    Wed, 09 Sep 2015, 04:40pm
  5. IFA 2015: Sony launches trio of new noise-cancelling Walkmans

    IFA 2015: Sony launches trio of new noise-cancelling Walkmans

    Sony has taken the wraps off three new Walkmans at IFA 2015, the NW-ZX100HN, NW-A25HN and NW-A27HN.

    Wed, 02 Sep 2015, 04:53pm
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  7. October 2015 issue on sale now!

    October 2015 issue on sale now!

    Budget AV receivers, on-ear/over-ear headphones and affordable Bluetooth stereo speakers are just some of the highlights from the October issue of What Hi-Fi? magazine. Throw in a 4K TV head-to-head, and desktop DACs, and you've got an issue that can't be missed!

    Wed, 02 Sep 2015, 08:24am
  8. That Was Then... The birth of music downloads, file sharing and piracy

    That Was Then... The birth of music downloads, file sharing and piracy

    The first digital audio player launched in 1998 – and the music industry wanted it banned. With the internet going mainstream, digital music, downloads and illegal file-sharing were on the agenda, and nobody was sure what the future held...

    Thu, 27 Aug 2015, 04:52pm
  9. TEAC unveils HA-P90SD high-resolution audio player

    TEAC unveils HA-P90SD high-resolution audio player

    The HA-P90SD also doubles up as a portable DAC/headphone amplifier and supports high-res audio and DSD files. It bears a striking resemblance to the Onkyo DAC-HA300.

    Wed, 26 Aug 2015, 03:15pm
  10. Neil Young admits "lack of resources" affecting Pono music plans

    Neil Young admits "lack of resources" affecting Pono music plans

    Wondering whether Pono will ever officially launch in the UK? We are too. A typically frank statement from Neil Young has confirmed that a worldwide rollout is still a priority – but the company needs more money before it can happen.

    Thu, 20 Aug 2015, 02:32pm
  11. Neil Young says no to streaming due to "worst sound quality in history"

    Neil Young says no to streaming due to "worst sound quality in history"

    Neil Young has said he will remove his tracks from streaming services, blaming "the worst [sound] quality in the history of broadcasting".

    Thu, 16 Jul 2015, 11:37am

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