Streaming may be all the rage, but there's plenty of life left in your CD collection
Peter Thomas co-founded PMC in 1991. What Hi-Fi? caught up with him to find out about his hi-fi journey
Watch television or go to the cinema and you’ll see a moving image. Only it isn’t a moving image at all...
The vinyl LP has turned 70, and more and more of us are (re)discovering the joys of 33⅓ revolutions per minute. But how many of us know how the information on that disc becomes sweet music? Here’s how it happens…
The amplifier is rated at an astonishing 6kW into a 2ohm load, so there’s unlikely to be a speaker in existence that it can’t drive properly.
The Sonetto range is an expansive, eight-strong line-up that includes standmounters, floorstanders, centres and even a wall-mount speaker.
They might not be cutting-edge tech, but for their look and feel – not to mention a thrillingly articulate analogue sound – you can’t beat a turntable. The only thing your record collection lacks is portability, but there is a way to take those LPs with you wherever you go...
The vinyl format offers sonic treats aplenty, but they're only fully enjoyed if your turntable is set up correctly.
Setting up a turntable can be a tricky business, so here are some simple tips on how to get the best out of your deck.
We talk to the man behind Naim's electronics about everything from tape decks to Class D amps, designing the Naim Statement and what's on his home hi-fi system.
The new models are the result of four years of development and build on the streaming platform first seen in the company’s highly regarded Uniti series.
In high-end circles Nagra is one of those brands that people speak of in hushed tones. Its formidable reputation is built on premium recording equipment for the broadcast and film industries and continues to be strengthened with a range of domestic high-end digital and amplification components.
On December 27th 1947, AT&T's Bell Labs in New Jersey went public with its remarkable new technology...
Finkteam has finally launched its WM4 floorstanders after showing the speakers in various states of development in recent years.
The Burmester 175 is a full record-playing package that includes arm, cartridge, power supply and phono stage. Impressively, Burmester makes every part.
Cambridge-based digital specialist dCS (Data Conversion Systems) is the rarest of breeds. It's one of just a handful of British companies that truly competes on the world stage in the rarified atmosphere of state-of-the-art, top-top-end hi-fi. The company turns 30 this year so what better time, we thought, to visit dCS to see what it does and how it does it?
Fink Audio Consulting is one of the most influential and least well-known companies in the global loudspeaker market. It’s an engineering consultancy responsible for some of the finest speakers we’ve heard in the last couple of decades, including multiple Award-winners from the likes of Tannoy, Mission and Q Acoustics.
Streaming technology has matured to deliver a combination of quality, stability and ease of use. Our 2016 Awards are a mix of the established and the new, with the Product Of The Year going to Cambridge Audio’s Azur 851N.
This is the first year we’ve given an Award to a high-end product featured in the Temptations pages of the magazine – the section that celebrates the more expensive, most aspirational kit that passes through our test rooms.
The digital-to-analogue converter market is booming at the moment and it[s time for us to reveal the best value DACs on the market. Chord Electronics dominates in 2015, taking three of the four gongs going...
We were so impressed by Gamut's £15k pre/power amplifier pairing that we added it to our reference system. So we thought it only right we found out a little bit more about the company.
This year's Munich High End Show buzzed with the usual mix of the exotic and sensible where high-end hi-fi is concerned.
Neat Acoustics has revealed a new floorstanding speaker at the Munich High End Show. The Momentum SX7i speakers are due on sale next month and are expected to cost around £8000.
Devialet has revealed a lot more about the technology behind its ambitious Phantom wireless speaker at the Munich High End Show. This unit is available in two versions, differentiated by price and power output.