Bose has left its latest speaker unfinished as a way of getting children interested in what goes into making a speaker.
The new Ultra HD Blu-ray disc format has started more strongly than Blu-ray according to initial sales figures, selling 4x faster over a comparable period after their respective launches.
The latest version of Devialet’s wireless Bluetooth speaker has been given more than just a new colour finish.
The Amazon Original series Bosch and a number of films from Sony Pictures are now available to stream in the alternative HDR format.
From the news that B&O and Ultimate Ears have added new Google technologies to some of their products, to Exposure adding DSD playback to its 2010S2 DAC and Optoma announcing a new range of hi-res in-ear headphones - it's What Hi-Fi?'s Weekend Wrap.
Focal says its new headphones have been made to deliver “an audio experience worthy of the company’s high-fidelity loudspeakers”, and feature specially designed components to help them achieve it.
Tired of listening to crystal-clear digital sound through your computer. Longing for some analogue crackle? Vinylfied could be for you…
The AK70 arrives with technology borrowed from some of A&K’s higher-end models but at a more affordable price. A&K claims it’s the “most sophisticated hi-res music player under £500”.
A study of 15,000 British people has found that only 14 per cent of the population pays for a music subscription service, while one in 10 regularly borrow someone else’s account.
From the news that interactive ads could soon be invading your Samsung smart TV, to Google killing off the Nexus Player - it's What Hi-Fi?'s Weekend Wrap.
TEAC’s new belt-drive deck comes with a new S-shaped tonearm and a system that claims to mimic the accuracy of a direct-drive turntable.
Bryston’s latest turntable uses custom-designed components and comes with a power supply and tonearm included.
Billie has been produced by Canadian audio company Heaven 11, a team comprising “technology masters, designers and craftsmen”. It’s named after Billie Holiday and is due to launch on Kickstarter later in the summer.
Panasonic has announced it will end production of TV screens at its Japanese plant by the end of September.
This month sees us take a look at the current state of 4K HDR TV, provide you with a thoroughly in-depth guide on how to set up your TV, and we’ve pitted the multi Award-winning B&W 685 S2 hi-fi speakers against two newcomers from Dynaudio and Quad. The July 2016 issue of What Hi-Fi? is not to be missed.
LG has teamed up with the BBC and satellite operator SES to see if it’s possible to broadcast live HDR content.
Acoustic Energy has announced it will cease production of the AE1 speakers. To commemorate the end of the popular standmounters, it will produce 100 pairs for worldwide distribution.
From the news that Xiaomi has produced a media streaming box that supports 4K Ultra HD, to Netflix introducing its own internet speed testing tool and 3D Sound Labs releasing a module that brings 3D sound to your own headphones - it's What Hi-Fi?'s Weekend Wrap.
The soundtrack to the latest instalment in the Star Wars saga is due for release in June with a little extra something to attract die-hard fans...
Polaroid’s new 4K TVs will let you stream all manner of apps, music, movies and more from your mobile device, thanks to Google Cast.
Want to feel like Don Draper in Mad Men? The EGB2 comes with everything you need to create the perfect 50s inspired bachelor pad… just add whisky.
From the news that you could soon be streaming House of Cards while on your holiday in Spain, to B&O giving one of its iconic speakers a new colour finish, and headphones that measure sounds going in and out of your ear - it's What Hi-Fi?'s Wednesday Wrap.
Yamaha’s 2016 range of Aventage AV receivers comprises five models, all of which support Dolby Atmos and DTS:X.
Meizu has produced a wireless Bluetooth speaker with an intriguing design, not only does the speaker look like it’s floating, but the display does too…
Although its overall numbers are minute compared with Spotify and Apple Music, Tidal's subscriber numbers are heading in the right direction...