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Astell & Kern's range of high-resolution players has grown with the AK320 joining the family.
Billed as "a more affordable flagship" model, the AK320 comes in at £1499, which is half the price of the company's current flagship player, the AK380 (£3000).
It will support 24-bit/192kHz and DSD files, with 128GB storage (expandable to 256GB+) and a VCXO (Voltage-Controlled-Crystal-Oscillator) clock that helps to reduce jitter for more accurate playback.
The AK320 will be available from early December.
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"We can fully appreciate the delicate use of colour and tone and almost completely forget about any shortfalls in contrast."
4K TVs are dropping in price and there are a few bargains to be had. Is Panasonic's TX-50CX700 one of them?
We'd say it's worth a place on your shortlist. Packing plenty of features, you won't be lacking things to watch. However, so-so contrast and the uneven backlight on our review sample mean it's not quite a must-buy, but it still merits consideration.
Read the full Panasonic TX-50CX700 review
"The A70’s punchy dynamics, solid presentation and crisp way with voices is exciting."
There are plenty of options if you're looking to beef up your sound but is there a compelling reason to choose Orbitsound's A70 over similarly priced options?
Yes and no. The A70 is better than Orbitsound's previous efforts with a solid presentation and exciting sound. Some of its rivals are better in the surround sound stakes and offer improved performance in terms of music playback.
But stick with Blu-rays and it's a fine option.
Read the full Orbitsound A70 review
"Its build is excellent and its large-scale sound gives it an edge over many rivals."
With excellent build quality and a wide soundstage, there's much to like about Audiolab's 8300A amplifier.
Its muscular sound still allows for a clean and crisp presentation and a satisfying tonal balance.
It's not flawless though. It doesn't have the most engaging sound due to its lack of rhythmic drive and its low-level dynamic shifts aren't as effective as we'd like.
It's impressive in other ways but in terms of its all-round ability, rivals have the edge.
Read the full Audiolab 8300A review