This week, Tannoy announced plans to bring back its Legacy speaker range, Pro-Ject is bringing out a wireless version of its VT-E turntable and Amazon has detailed the latest version of the Fire TV stick, now with Alexa support.
Following on from the resurrection of its Prestige range, Tannoy has reintroduced its Legacy series, which was popular in the 1970s.
The new line-up includes the Arden, Cheviot and Eaton speakers. The original Devon and Berkeley models have been omitted.
There's no word yet on a release date or price for the speakers.
There's a new model of Pro-Ject's vertical VT-E turntable. The VT-E BT, as you may guess from its name, now sports Bluetooth.
Despite the wireless functionality, you can still connect to traditional hi-fi as it comes supplied with a cable.
The VT-E BT is available in three colours (red, white and black), and is priced £380.
It will be available from 6th April, priced £40.
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