Amazon takes aim at Sonos with a full range of Alexa-powered Echo multi-room products
The brand's flagship player is a wallet-busting £2200 and will follow its UDP-LX500 sibling in October.
The new network music player can be upgraded in several ways, including with amplification, superior DAC technology and surround sound modules.
The S3A project team has found a way to bring immersive spatial audio experiences into the living room through the speakers in smartphones, tablets and laptops.
It's the first Chord Company product to feature dielectric XLPE (cross-linked Polyethylene) and ChordOhmic speaker plugs.
The company’s co-founder, Carl Pei, said that the "next OnePlus handset" will not have the 3.5mm jack.
Apple has told a Canadian iTunes Store user that three bought films which suddenly vanished from his account won’t be returned or refunded.
The BBC claims to have found a way to eliminate streaming lag so that there’s no delay when watching live video online
The new R Series comprises the R3 standmounts, R5, R7 and R11 floorstanders, R2c centre speaker and R8a Atmos-compatible speakers.
The E11 and E11C sit above the current E10 headphones, of which their original, S and C variants have collectively won six What Hi-Fi? Awards.
The DLA-NX9, DLA-N7 and DLA-N5 will be available from October, priced £18,599, £8499 and £6499 respectively.
The Kanta No.1, No.3 and Center speakers finally join the Kanta No.2 floorstander that was launched last October.
MQA stands for Master Quality Authenticated, an audio technology making hi-res audio streaming a reality. But what is it, exactly? And why should you care?
They feature 5.5mm beryllium drivers, noise-isolation design, and the ability to switch between wired and wireless connection
The Bartók is also available without the headphone amplifier for £9999, and both versions will be available in late October.