The landmark display deal between the two South Korean rivals will reportedly start as soon as this year.
Voice-controlled Sonos speakers aren't far off, as the firm is working on a speaker with Amazon's Alexa artificial intelligence tech.
JBL is celebrating its 70th anniversary with a new bookshelf speaker that wears its heritage on its sleeve.
The deck is based on an art-based lithograph by Shepard Fairey, and launches alongside a vinyl LP box set and book.
Wilson Audio has launched Yvette, its most advanced and musically-refined single-enclosure speaker ever.
The music download and streaming colossus hopes the series will rival Westworld or Stranger Things in terms of popularity, and help put some ground between the music service and its rival, Spotify.
The award-winning speakers are back after a new company acquired the rights to the models previously made by EB Acoustics.
What was once the largest turntable company in Europe is back in Blighty, with three new budget models.
According to Deloitte, sales of vinyl, turntables and accessories will approach £800m for the first time since the turn of the century.
Whole series could be available to download before airing on TV, in a raft of measures aimed at modernising the online service.
The Elac Adante AF 61, AS 61 and AC 61 boast new components and, naturally, promise top-notch sound.
Arcam's new phono preamp is designed to replace your amp's built-in phono stage, or to make your existing (non phono) amp compatible with turntables.
CES 2017 has seen a host of new products announced, including flagship TVs from LG, Panasonic, Samsung and Sony, turntables from Audio-Technica and Technics, new hi-fi products from Arcam and Chord, high-end headphones, wireless speakers, and more.
The compact MagniFi Mini soundbar is just 35cm long, but Polk Audio promises a performance equal to rivals twice its size.
Want to know the flagship TVs to look out for in 2017? The best TVs on show at CES 2017 is a good place to start...
Day three of CES saw plenty more hi-fi and home cinema goodness, including an affordable pair of hi-res headphones and a $120,000 pair of amplifiers.
It looks like the more affordable new Technics turntable could still be out of the price range of many people, let alone DJs...
Four new wireless speakers and two new pairs of wireless headphones promise greater bass than ever before.
CES 2017 is in full swing, with a raft of new TVs, a new Walkman, new Technics turntable and more all making their debut.