This Devialet wireless speaker has a distinctive aesthetic and an unusual approach, but the sound lacks emotion.
Devialet’s latest amplifier adds UPnP streaming to a host of new functionality, but its sound leaves us rather cold
Devialet and the Royal Albert Hall’s three-year partnership will see one of the Hall’s entrances transform into a multi-purpose, music-centric area.
Starting at just £249 if you're a Sky Q subscriber, the Sky Soundbox is a fantastic way to bulk up your TV audio.
In partnership with the Paris Opera, French high-end specialist Devialet has created a special edition gold-leaf version of its Phantom wireless speaker - available only at the celebrated Palais Garnier.
As part of the 'Lost Recordings' initiative, Devialet and Fondamenta treated a Royal Albert Hall audience to playback of a lacquer pressing of jazz singer Sarah Vaughan. How did they make it happen?
Could a combination of Sky's profile and Devialet's tech prowess deliver "the Ultra HD of home audio"?
The French brand’s first ever car audio system has been designed for the Renault Symbioz, an electric and autonomous concept car first introduced at this year’s Frankfurt Auto Show.
Bring a stack of your favourite music to Devialet’s London listening room and hear what all the fuss is about – just like this bunch of What Hi-Fi? readers did…
A consortium of investors is funding the future growth of specialist French audio company Devialet in Asia and the US.
Devialet has launched a more powerful and more affordable version of its Phantom wireless speaker. It also comes bundled with a 'Treepod'.
The latest version of Devialet’s wireless Bluetooth speaker has been given more than just a new colour finish.
A round-up of all the main highlights, including the real cost of 4K TVs, a review of Devialet's Gold Phantom speaker and a look at a B&W in-car sound system
Devialet has revealed a lot more about the technology behind its ambitious Phantom wireless speaker at the Munich High End Show. This unit is available in two versions, differentiated by price and power output.
We caught up with Benoit Rebus from French music streaming service Qobuz at the Bristol Show, where he outlined its plans for 2015.