The SR6011 is the latest addition to Marantz’s 2016 lineup of home cinema products. It can be used to power Dolby Atmos and DTS:X speaker configurations and supports 4K HDR video.
From the news that cable companies in the US are to begin trialling live 4K broadcasts, to Dolby detailing a list of future Dolby Cinema releases and Pure unveiling a new, colourful radio - it's What Hi-Fi?'s Wednesday Wrap.
Apple has posted its financial results for the third quarter of 2016 and they show a second successive decline in revenue and profits. The most likely reason? A continued drop in iPhone sales.
We recently heard rumours that Jack White wanted to fulfil an ambition of his, to be the first person to play a vinyl record in space. Now he’s explained how he’s going to do it.
Sony’s Life Space UX series is reserved for products and devices that “create a new kind of living experience”. We’ve already seen 4K ultra-short throw and portable projectors, but the company’s latest addition is a Bluetooth speaker disguised as a light.
Katana is the latest pair of IEMs from the Californian manufacturer. They are the first to use proprietary Noble drive units and can be ordered in universal or custom-fit versions.
Following the updates for Sky+ subscribers, Sky is now looking after its Sky Q customers by rolling out a number of incremental updates for its premium TV platform.
A packed wrap this week sees virtual-reality titles released with Dolby Atmos soundtracks, the world’s first DTS Headphone:X smartphone, Spotify poaching staff from BBC radio, the BBC releasing a new personalised-content app, Netflix posting disappointing subscriber numbers, Roth unveiling a new soundbar, and Roberts releasing new colours for the Revival DAB radio.
Sky has announced a number of updates that will be making their way to Sky+ boxes over the next few weeks, including a number of new features that launched with Sky Q.
Apple is rolling out an update to its music streaming service that will use its iTunes Match software to more accurately match your iTunes library in the cloud.
Apple has filed a proposal with the US Copyright Royalty Board that would see all music streaming services pay the same royalty rate to songwriters.
The M7000 is Hisense’s second ULED screen and follows the 2015 release of the XT910. It’s the company’s first flat screen ULED TV and is available in 55in and 65in variants, priced from £799.
Sonos’ first ever physical store will open on 19th July in the SoHo district of New York City. Customers will be able to experience Sonos speakers in seven different listening rooms.
This week in the What Hi-Fi? Wednesday Wrap there's news surrounding updates to Tidal's mobile app and Humax's Freeview Play set-top box. German audio manufacturer Teufel has a new speaker package and Waves Audio says it can deliver 3D sound through your headphones.
Nielsen, an American global information and measurement company, has reported that download sales in the US have fallen by 42 per cent and with the rate they’re falling, could be a thing of the past by 2020.
This week in What Hi-Fi?'s Weekend Wrap: The Chord Company has announced a new cable range that does “nothing”, Bowers & Wilkins and Master & Dynamics have given their respective products new looks along with music-streaming service Deezer - and Cambridge Audio has a free gift offer for CXU customers.
The Basslet has been designed to be worn on your wrist and lets you physically feel the bass from music played on a smartphone, tablet or laptop.
Sky has launched a new Now TV Smart Box, which offers a TV tuner and access to streaming apps, but isn't 4K compatible. There's also a new Now TV Combo package for TV and broadband.
Yamaha has made significant product additions to its multi-room MusicCast streaming platform with the total number now standing at 35. Products include soundbars, AV receivers, stereo receivers, wireless speakers and even a piano!
Philips has become only the third manufacturer to release a 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray player, with the BDP7501 appearing on Amazon.
Turntables, tablets and testing rooms feature in the August issue of What Hi-Fi? alongside the usual array of first tests and features. With a look back at a classic pair of B&W speakers, a peek inside our new test labs, a 4K Blu-ray player shootout and much, much more the August 2016 issue is one not to be missed.
Long battery life, supreme comfort, noise-cancelling technology and a sleek design are all served up in Sennheiser’s latest pair of wireless cans.
This week's news round-up focuses on a new range of colour finishes for the KEF Muo wireless speaker, Sky Go dropping support for iOS 7, new cables from Welsh audio brand Leema Acoustics, and more....
Spotify says Apple has blocked its latest app update because the streaming service doesn’t abide by Apple’s in-app billing system rules.