The four new models vary in size, shape and features, and include mood lighting, 360-degree sound and water-resistant bodies.
With the 2016 Rio Olympics well under way, and 10,500 athletes from 206 countries competing in 28 sports, here's how to keep up with all the action on your smartphone, TV, and online.
The Pioneer SC-LX701 (above) and SC-LX801 are 9.1-channel models with 185W and 200W per channel respectively, while the SC-LX901 is an 11.1-channel design with 200W per channel.
A quick peruse of the Grovemade website shows the company is well versed in making stuff out of wood, and now it's trying its hand at a desktop speaker system.
Onkyo first announced the RZ series of flagship components in April this year. The range launched with two multichannel receivers and now Onkyo is adding two more models to the mix, as well as a flagship AV controller.
From the news that Microsoft is bringing two new storage versions of the Xbox One S to the UK, to Spotify creating a dedicated section for gaming playlists and The Man Who Fell to Earth soundtrack being released on vinyl for the first time - it's What Hi-Fi?'s Wednesday Wrap.
Bryston aims to hold on to a slice of the digital music streaming market with the BDP-Pi, the successor to the BDP-1 and built upon the Raspberry Pi and HifiBerry Digi+ platform.
Multi-room specialist Sonos has sent out invitations for an event in New York at the end of August. Software updates are expected to take centre stage, with voice control high on the agenda.
Dali's new portable speaker, in blue, peach and dark green can support Chromecast Audio via a dongle and has Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC built-in.
The Stream BAR is the latest addition to Cabasse’s Stream series of multi-room products. It supports network and Bluetooth streaming and comes with a wireless subwoofer.
Virgin Media’s corporate Twitter account has teased an image of a new TiVo cable TV box, which is expected to support Ultra HD 4K programming.
This week's Wednesday Wrap focuses on three new pairs of headphones, each with different technologies: there's wireless, in-ear and electrostatic. Elsewhere Apple is rumoured to be developing software for your TV, and a new headphone retailer has opened its doors in London.
Sony has sent out invitations for a PlayStation event to take place in New York City on 7th September. While it's not confirmed the company will unveil a new 4K console, it's hard to imagine what else it might be...
Panasonic’s Japanese website has a listing for a new Ultra HD Blu-ray player, which has virtually the same specs and features as the £599 DMP-UB900 but costs less. There's no word yet on if and when it might come to Europe or the UK.
We’ve already seen on-ear and over-ear headphones that use the iPhone’s Lightning connection, but Thunder claims to have developed the world’s first in-ear headphones to provide high-fidelity sound and active noise cancellation through Apple's proprietary connection.
The SK-Filter is the latest addition to Furutech’s range of static charge eliminators and promises to discharge any static electricity generated by your records to improve sound quality.
Pioneer DJ’s latest direct-drive deck is a more affordable version of the company’s PLX-1000 deck and now comes with a USB output for recording vinyl into digital files.
The BBC Sport 360 app will mark the first time the Olympics can be watched in 360-degree virtual reality video. Events covered will include the opening and closing ceremonies, plus select athletics and boxing matches.
From the news that Sky has added more content to the Online Video portal of Sky Q, to Sol Republic introducing three new pairs of in-ear headphones, and Fostex unveiling new headphones and headphone amplifiers - it's What Hi-Fi?'s Wednesday Wrap.
Some top TVs ranging from 32in to 65in, and HD-Ready to flagship 4K HDR OLEDs feature in this month’s issue. We’ve also pitted three £500 home cinema amplifiers against one another and rounded up some of the best headphones available right now. Throw in the usual array of First Tests, features and Temptations and the September 2016 issue is not to be missed!
The last time we saw a Galaxy Note phablet in the UK was the fourth generation, with the fifth never making it to the UK or Europe. But now Samsung is bringing the phablet back to our shores, with the Note 7.
With 4K TV broadcasts only just gaining traction in the West, Japan is speeding ahead and is now broadcasting some programmes in 8K. The aim is to get 8K TV into homes in time for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics.
The SR6011 is the latest addition to Marantz’s 2016 lineup of home cinema products. It can be used to power Dolby Atmos and DTS:X speaker configurations and supports 4K HDR video.