A recent firmware update, via the Samsung Multiroom app, means the soundbars can play all the 5.1 channel mixes found on most Blu-rays.
The virtual voice assistant is now a reality - and found in devices such as the Google Home speaker. Here's how to get the most out of it.
The latest update to the Sky Q 2TB box gives the ability to record a sixth channel while watching a seventh...
The Beoplay E4 in-ear headphones use the same noise-cancelling tech as Beoplay H9, and can cancel up to 15dB of low frequency sound.
The classical music specialist is adding another string to its bow - a streaming service to work alongside its download store.
New chipsets aim to set a uniform standard across all smart speakers - including Amazon Echo, Google Home and Apple HomePod - as well as making noise-cancelling headphones more affordable.
The Marquis ‘Memento Mori’ from Metaxas & Sins is a £6000 preamp/ headphone amp with VU meters for eyes and a headphone socket in its jaw.
This monster spans a ridiculous 262in diagonally - that's nearly 7m. But you can hide the screen using a motorised fabric cover.
The Yamaha YAS-207 goes on sale in July, and will be the first product to boast all-new audio technology.
You could soon be speaking to control your YouView set-top box, thanks to Amazon opening up the software to developers.
The QC35s, Momentum 2.0 Wireless and MDR-1000X are all five-star performers, but where should you spend your money?
Vinyl galore! This issue of What Hi-Fi? celebrates the revival of the LP record. Expensive turntables and phono stages, AI assistants and a couple of fierce floorstanders go into battle too.
Apple's Siri-controlled smart wireless speaker looks set to take on Amazon Echo and Google Home in the battle for a space in your smarthome...
The series is made up of four integrated multichannel receivers plus an 11.2-channel pre-amp/processor
Denon's new AV receivers are equipped for multi-room playback and have a new 32-bit DAC at their heart.
Denon's new range of hi-fi separates may be small, but they pack more options than some of their larger rivals.
It's possible to draw a direct line from an LP deemed utterly uncommercial to a company prepared to put tourists into space.
What Hi-Fi?'s senior video editor Pete Brown dwells on the cultural and personal impact of Star Wars - which was released on this day in 1977.
As part of the 'Lost Recordings' initiative, Devialet and Fondamenta treated a Royal Albert Hall audience to playback of a lacquer pressing of jazz singer Sarah Vaughan. How did they make it happen?