In-depth High-resolution audio is the pinnacle for digital music fans, but what is it? How can you get it? What kit do you need to listen to it?
From the position in your room to the optimum viewing distance, here's how to get the best out of your TV.
Got digital music? You should probably learn about your digital-to-analogue converter and what it brings to the party.
We visited the Rega factory in Southend, UK, to watch the Planar 3 turntable being made - from first inspection of the plinth to packaging of the final product.
Nokia gets nostalgic at Mobile World Congress 2018 (and also refreshes its entire range of Android smartphones).
The three-strong range, announced at MWC 2018, offers high-resolution audio support via the headphone jack, and boasts Harman Kardon-tuned speakers.
Sony has launched its wireless open-ear earbuds, which let noise in from your surroundings for a "dual-listening" experience.
The new flagship line-up offers HDR playback with SDR-to-HDR upconversion, but loses the headphone jack as Sony focuses on wireless.
Samsung has confirmed the details of its two new flagship smartphones, which include design improvements, AKG-tuned stereo speakers and Samsung's most advanced smartphone cameras yet.
Sonos' audio calibration technology aims to tune your Sonos system to your room to deliver the best possible sound. Here's what you need to know.
It's been over 30 years since Jim Henson's Labyrinth hit our cinemas, but can the 4K HDR treatment breathe new life into the fantasy cult classic?
From Sony's world-first 4K HDR smartphone to Samsung's AKG-tuned tablet, MWC 2017 was a good year for sound and vision fans...
Amazon's new Fire TV Stick is faster, smarter and fluent in Alexa. Here are all the new features you need to know about.
With two 4K OLED ranges and a brand new three-strong LCD 4K HDR line-up, plus HLG support throughout, there's a lot of TV tech crammed into the 2017 Panasonic TV line-up...
Sony announced some long-awaited kit at its CES 2017 press conference, including the Bravia A1 OLED TV, a 4K Blu-ray player and a Dolby Atmos soundbar.
LG has used CES 2017 to announce brand new OLED and 4K UHD LCD TV ranges, alongside support for Dolby Atmos and new HDR formats.
The £3600 premium floorstanders are a departure from the rest of the brand's more affordable line up, and offer new drivers and cabinet improvements.
LG's modular smartphone steals the gong from the likes of Apple and Samsung, thanks in no small part to the Hi-Fi Plus DAC tuned by B&O Play.
The new £700 over-ear headphones promise to be the company's “best sounding and most luxurious headphones to date”, and will be available with a standard 3.5mm connection or a Lightning cable.
Dolby has teamed up with Ministry of Sound to bring the Atmos sound format to a music environment. Could this be the future of clubbing?