Although its overall numbers are minute compared with Spotify and Apple Music, Tidal's subscriber numbers are heading in the right direction...
The On is available in three different versions, each with different output power. It can accept a range of analogue and digital sources including wireless Bluetooth.
The Government has given the BBC the green light to launch a paid-for subscription service to rival the likes of Netflix and Amazon Prime.
The Trntbl can stream to AirPlay and Bluetooth headphones and speakers, as well as Sonos, and can identify the records that you’re listening to and share the information online.
A report suggests Apple will stop selling downloads on iTunes within the next two years, in favour of pushing streaming – but Apple has been quick to quash the rumours.
From the news that Clearaudio has a new tangential tonearm that claims to track vinyl grooves accurately, to Spotify announcing new video content through its service and Kef giving the Muo speaker a pink makeover, it's What Hi-Fi?'s Wednesday Wrap.
The new Go+Play is an update to Harman Kardon’s original wireless speaker of the same name. It is, claims the company, the perfect portable speaker for “the discerning listener who demands the ultimate in style and sound”.
The High End Show in Munich is over for another year and, once again, it hasn't disappointed. Having seen and heard some exceptional kit, we've highlighted some of our favourite products from the show, from speakers to dedicated separates...
Like hi-fi? Like high-end hi-fi? The Munich High End Show is for you. The 2016 show is now on and What Hi-Fi? is in Munich reporting live...
Burmester says the C500 represents “the ultimate standard in technology, materials and acoustic performance.”
The new model is inspired by the 2Xperience and Xperience Basic+ turntables, and comes in a transparent clear acrylic finish.
French audio manufacturer Focal has added a pair of floorstanding speakers, a centre speaker, surround speakers and a subwoofer to the Sopra range to allow consumers to create a complete surround sound system.
Unveiled at the High End show in Munich, Audio-Technica’s new Direct Power Stereo moving coil cartridge is designed to deliver “the highest listening experience for audiophiles”.
Cyrus has already teased teased details of the new amplifier, but now it has officially been launched at the Munich High End Show.
This month sees us pitch six soundbars against each other in three price brackets, two new digital-ready record decks against the Rega RP1 and a flamboyant pair of Sennheiser over-ears take on the B&W P7s. All this and more makes the June 2016 issue of What Hi-Fi? one not to be missed.
The German audio manufacturer will be unveiling three products that make up the new E-Series 1000 range, as well as two new loudspeaker models consisting of both floorstanding and standmount pairs.
Following the launch of SoundCloud's premium monthly subscription service in the US, SoundCloud Go is now live in the UK and Ireland, costing £9.99 per month.
Chord Electronics will unveil the TToby at the High End show in Munich, alongside a new SPM1050MKII power amplifier
Hisense is continuing to offer competing screens at more affordable prices and the 75M7900 is the latest to take the fight to the majors.
It seems Apple isn’t the only one who wants to ditch the 3.5mm analogue headphone port – Intel is suggesting it's replaced by the digital USB Type-C connector.
Onkyo’s new player runs on the Android operating system and supports a wide range of high-resolution file formats including MQA.
Apple has released its Q2 2016 earnings report and while numbers of Apple Music subscribers and revenue are high, it's not all good news for the Californian tech giant...
From the news that AKG has a new range of affordable headphones, to Sony announcing an HDR update for its VPL-VW320ES projector and Amazon Prime Music now streaming on Sonos, it's What Hi-Fi?'s Wednesday Wrap.