From the news that Sky has launched a new free sports channel for its customers, to Astell & Kern launching a new Black Edition of its flagship hi-res player, and Spotify amassing 30 million subscribers - it's What Hi-Fi?'s Wednesday Wrap.
Netflix has revamped its recommended programme for 2016 in an effort to get TV manufacturers to improve their sets, and this year the criteria are even tougher to meet.
Amidst the furore of two new iDevices at Apple’s March launch event, the company also added support for Dolby Digital Plus 7.1 with the latest iteration of iOS 9.
The XL5F floorstanding speakers are the latest addition to the Canadian manufacturer’s Reference Series, which has been designed for home cinema uses.
Start saving now, high-end AV fans... B&O has announced a deal with LG to help the company deliver its first OLED televisions.
The deal with Sony means that SoundCloud now has agreements with the three major labels, which have been made on the terms that SoundCloud will launch a streaming service.
The headphones are the first product from Sony’s new Future Lab R&D department and are worn around your neck as opposed to on your ears.
Pioneer’s new line of affordable surround amps consists of three new models, with prices starting at £300. Features include Bluetooth, Dolby Atmos, HDR and hi-res audio support...
From the news that Jay Z is removing some of his albums from Spotify and Apple Music, to new premium in-ear monitors from Noble and the world's smallest portable projector - it's time for the What Hi-Fi? Wednesday Wrap...
Onkyo’s two latest AVRs have been made to celebrate the company's 70th anniversary and come with support for both DTS:X and Dolby Atmos 3D sound formats.
The SH is a single-ended two-stage headphone amplifier that uses valve technology. It's designed to be used with analogue sources and computers.
Smartphones usually come fitted with an FM radio tuner or have to rely on Internet radio which eats into data. Now there's another way...
If you’re looking to get into vinyl, but aren’t sure which turntable and speakers to buy, Klipsch has a solution.
Leema's new digital preamp is the latest addition to its Elements range of hi-fi separates. It's designed to be compact but still deliver high-end performance...
If you want to avoid going to the cinema and waiting for films to be released on Blu-ray, 'The Screening Room' should pique your interest.
This compact LED projector supports 4K images and has a Harman Kardon stereo built-in, along with gesture control and Android operating system.
Sonos CEO John MacFarlane has announced “with a heavy heart” that the company has had to lay off some staff as it navigates "an industry in transition".
Images of a case purporting to be for the upcoming iPhone 7 show no sign of a headphone port, adding strength to rumours that Apple will lose it in favour of wireless and Lightning headphones.
From the news that Record Store Day has revealed the full list of exclusive releases, to Amazon adding two more catch-up services to its Fire TV devices, and Sony Music Sweden letting its artists know how much their songs are earning them, it's What Hi-Fi?'s Wednesday Wrap.
A £1000 turntable head to head, a premium wireless speaker group test, a first look at Technics’ new SL-1200G turntable and Sony’s first 4K HDR projector make April 2016 an issue not to be missed.
Yes, you read that right. The rap superstar’s second studio album was a critical and commercial success and now it's going to be re-issued on cassette tape.
The Echo Dot can connect to a number of devices around the home to give the added benefit of voice controlled use while the Amazon Tap is a portable Bluetooth and wi-fi speaker.
The German manufacturer claims its latest record cleaning machine its its “best solution yet” to keeping records in pristine condition.
If your car is missing a DAB radio tuner, or you want to stream your Spotify playlists, the Pure Highway could be just the ticket.
This week's wrap is packed full of news including a pair of limited edition in-ear monitors from Noble Audio, two new radios from Goodmans and Philips, and the latest developments regarding three music streaming services: Qobuz, Tidal and Deezer.