Linn re-enters the custom installation market with its first one-box, multi-zone network player...
Linn's reputation for hi-end streaming has been transferred into the best-sounding wireless speaker we’ve heard.
British Hi-Fi Week Highlights from the Glaswegian hi-fi brand’s 47 (and counting) years, from its 1970s, brand-defining turntable to its newly-launched wireless speaker.
The new Linn App brings universal search and easier access to playlists onboard. Available now for iOS users, with an Android version to follow.
Linn’s first one box, multi-zone DSM player packages the brand's latest streaming tech into a scaleable, easy-to-install solution.
We visited Linn's factory in the brand's motherland of Scotland to witness the making of a classic turntable
The new network music player can be upgraded in several ways, including with amplification, superior DAC technology and surround sound modules.
The Scottish hi-fi brand’s midrange separates are the latest Linn products to receive the fourth-generation digital-to-analogue conversion architecture.
The high-end speakers are the latest Linn products to feature Katalyst - the brand's 4th Generation digital-to-analogue conversion architecture.
The £2750 Urika II phono stage (above) is targeted at Klimax LP12 owners; the £1450 Lingo power supply sits at Akurate LP12 level.
The Klimax DS has an an improved reference level, output driver, and independent power supplies - and is available for nearly £16k.
Using Linn's Exakt technology, KEF’s R&D engineers have developed an Exakt crossover for its Reference 5 speaker.