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At its Panacon event, Panasonic unveiled its new flagship 4K UHD player.
The DP-UB9000 will support HDR10+, Dolby Vision, Alexa and Google Assistant voice control and 7.1 channel audio, as well as including a DAC and an XLR balanced output, as Panasonic puts the emphasis on audio performance.
It is expected to go on sale in the second half of 2018.
Magico's A3 floorstander is its most affordable speaker yet – at an eye-watering £12k.
It boasts four drivers, including a 28mm beryllium-diaphragm tweeter, a 15cm midrange and dual 18cm woofers.
All four use the company's proprietary elliptical crossover technology and the cabinet is made entirely out of aircraft-grade aluminium.
They are expected to go on sale in the spring.
The upcoming Iota Xplorer floorstanders build on Neat's Iota Alphas in more ways than one.
They are 30cm taller than the Alphas, and wider too. The Xplorers share the same angled look, the sealed off top section contains a 17cm P1-r3 mid/bass driver and Air Motion Transformation tweeter, while the lower half features two P1-R2 bass drive units.
The Iota Xplorers will make their UK debut at the Bristol Sound & Vision Show, starting on 23rd February.
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Denon's effort in the multi-room space is up against plenty of tough competition.
The HEOS offers punchy bass, spacious sound and an easy-to-use app. It's a system that does everything well, but not quite as well as its rivals.
A good multi-room offering then, it just lacks that star quality to make it brilliant.
Read the full Denon HEOS review
We enjoyed QED's XT40 and the XT25 continues that vein of form at a much more affordable price.
In terms of clarity, detail and space, the XT25 are clear frontrunners when measured against its nearest rivals.
If you need to meet a budget, there's no reason why this cable shouldn't be on your list.
Read the full QED XT25 review
Marantz has a history of producing superb CD players, and the SA-10 fits in that long lineage.
It has a refined, informative and clean sound that's capable of fluid dynamics and excellent stereo imaging. There are few arguments against it, particularly in light of how well it performs.
This is undoubtedly a brilliant digital source, and one of the finest disc players we've heard.
Read the full Marantz SA-10 review