The T800 floorstanders are the largest speakers in the flagship Synchrony range – and their talents are also mighty.
Serhan Swift’s newest loudspeakers do what they’re supposed to do so effortlessly that music just seems to flow from them organically.
A radical switchable speaker suitable for home cinema LCR, and three upgraded models from Richter's legendary loudspeaker stable
OFFER CLOSED: Now until 11th December, you can save 20 per cent on a ticket to next April's Australian Hi-Fi Show in Sydney.
We like the look, we love all of the features, and we are entranced by the sound. We are impressed too by the retail price.
The Nu-Vista 800.2 is an accomplished sequel to one of Musical Fidelity’s best-selling amplifiers; a veritable treat for valve fans.
Four floors of fun, fine music and AV – check back regularly for updates on who's showing what and where
The full 'Cinema TV' concept gains from Leica's lens expertise and a stunning cabinet construction – experience it at the Show!
Bring your own music, relax and enjoy the listening experience in our comfortable sound lounges – and find what is right for YOU.
See the hi-fi winners from EISA's global awards, as chosen by 58 technology magazines, websites and social media commentators from 29 countries.
We interview designer Dr Martin Gosnell on Richter's new flagship speakers – and how they couldn't be more black...
If you can afford one, you need one; this is undoubtedly the best-sounding, highest-performing cartridge in the world.
WIN STUFF! The Sydney show in April produced a whole lot of showgoing winners; the original prize listings and the winners are here.
We can unhesitatingly recommend this McIntosh trio to anyone who is desirous of owning an all-analogue audio amplification system of this high-end calibre.
A duo that allows you to take advantage of the many advantages of balanced connections all the way from the phono cartridge to amplifier.
If it's good enough to have been adopted by Stanford University as its audio reference to analyse vintage recordings from the Smithsonian archive, it's good enough for us!
An evolution of an amplifier that became not only Adcom’s best-selling and most famous model but also one of the most famous amps of the last century.
Two of Australia’s highest hi-fi brands join forces at the Australian Hi-Fi Show in Sydney next April
The first consumer compact disc player, the Sony CDP-101, was released in Japan forty years ago, on 1st October 1982.
Australian Hi-Fi magazine sits down with dealer Hi End Audio, which is out to offer something different in the Sydney hi-fi market...
Loewe has won an EISA award — “Best Product 2022–2023 Home Theatre Solution” — for its ‘klang’ series of home theatre speakers
The hi-fi winners from EISA's global awards chosen by 60 technology magazines, websites and social media commentators from 29 countries.