This week we had a sneak peak at one of Monitor Audio's CES offerings in the shape of its Platinum Series II speaker range, Apple Music entered beta on Sonos devices and Star Wars director J.J Abrams gave fans a reason to be confident in the film's 3D release.
This week also saw the launch of a new issue of What Hi-Fi? and the January 2016 issue is a very special one.
The magazine has been completely overhauled, from new-look First Tests and Group Tests to a new and improved Buyer's Guide, that'll help you make the best buying choices.
It's been a long wait but Monitor Audio is officially set to reveal the Series II version of its Platinum speakers at CES in January.
There are seven speakers in the range, starting at the PL100 II standmounters (£3150/pair) and rising up to the PL500 II floorstanders (£15,000/pair).
The range will feature Monitor Audio's latest technology, the highlight being the Micro Pleated Diagraphm (MPD) high-frequency transducer, which it claims offers greater accuracy and efficiency than a traditional dome tweeter.
If you're eagerly anticipating Apple Music on Sonos devices, your wait is over. Sort of.
The streaming service has entered its public beta test phase with a full launch expected in early 2016.
To test it you'll need to sign up at the website, and once in you can try out a number of features including Beats 1 radio station, For You and My Music.
You may have heard there's a new Star Wars film out and according to its director, J.J. Abrams, some parts of the film look better in 3D.
Abrams admitted he hadn't been a huge supporter of the format, feeling (ahem) forced, into delivering a 3D version of Star Trek in Darkness. But the director sounds more enthusiastic about how well Awakens (shot in 35mm) looks after its 3D conversion.
Star Wars: The Force Awakens is out now.
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