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Yamaha has entered the multi-room audio market with a revamped version of its MusicCast concept.
The system – intended to work across all of Yamaha's 2015 products – allows the user to stream sound from one MusicCast device to another via a free iOS/Android app.
That's not the only interesting news to come out of Yamaha this week, as the company also announced the world's first Dolby Atmos soundbar.
On the back of its Opticon speaker announcement, Dali has revealed a pair of wireless speakers, set to go on sale in September.
The Zensor 1 AX standmounters will retail for £499 per pair and the Zensor 5 ZX floorstanders for £799 per pair.
The music-streaming giant has tweaked the data it collects from users' mobile devices, allowing the company to take a peek at the personal data stored on your device.
This has resulted in some angry responses online, but the company has shot back saying it will only ask for permission to look at this data when needed. So is this just a brouhaha over nothing?
Denon was on to a winner with its D-M39DAB micro system, which duly scooped a number of What Hi-Fi? Awards. Its successor might just top it.
Under the hood, Denon has put considerable thought into improving on the M39, the DAC is now 192kHz/32-bit, the tuners have been tweaked to be more sensitive and the speakers have been upgraded.
So while the lack of Bluetooth or wireless connectivity is a disappointment, the outright quality of the M40 is enough to make it a compelling purchase.
Read the full Denon D-M40DAB review
There's no wallet-busting 4K or 3D on the TX-40CS520 - it's as old-fashioned as a new TV gets these days, and it offers fantastic quality.
Picturewise, this Panasonic offers a satisfying image, full of vivid colours and yet not overdone. There are plenty of smart features too, including all of the UK's catch-up services and the most popular on demand services in Netflix and Amazon Prime.
If you're after a no-frills TV that won't break the bank, the Panasonic TX-40CS520 is definitely worth investigating.
Read the full Panasonic TX-40CS520 review
SoundMagic took the budget in-ear crown with its E10S; it's back again with the slightly dearer E50S and no sign of drop off in performance.
The E50Ss offers plenty of skill in terms of dynamics, with excellent timing and balance considering its budget price.
There's plenty of competition at this price range, but the SoundMagic E50Ss stand out for all the right reasons. A fine buy.
Read the full SoundMagic E50S review