Updated We revisit 1994 and an exotic pair of carbon fibre-clad floorstanders from British speaker brand Wilson Benesch.
Wilson Benesch’s entry-level speakers set enviable standards for build, sound quality and engineering content.
The British brand's forthcoming turntable is driven by a new, patented, magnetic-based system called 'Omega Drive'.
The forthcoming range comprises the P1.0 standmounts (£5995) and P2.0 (£9495) and P3.0 (£14,995) floorstanders.
Three decade's-worth of R & D takes the British brand’s Geometry speaker series to even loftier heights.
The Resolutions are priced at £35,500, and were designed using the same system as Formula One and aerospace technologies - but will they live up to the marketing?
The new A.C.T. One Evolution P1 speakers are the world's first to use coloured carbon fibre thanks to a new composite designed by Formula 1 engineers.
The Discovery II speakers are the latest addition to the company’s Geometry Series and replace the original Discovery speakers which were released as part of Wilson Benesch's Odyssey Series.
The Endeavour joins the Geometry loudspeaker series and uses the world's first Carbon-Nanotech Enclosure, with each 1.47m high channel weighing 100kg.
The Wilson Audio Chronosonic speakers are one of the company's "more affordable" offerings... but they ain't cheap.
British high-end manufacturer marks 25th anniversary with new turntable at Bristol Sound and Vision Show 2014
New £4450 Square Three floorstander uses technology from higher-end Odyssey series. Wilson Benesch also previews new flagship Cardinal speaker, due in September
New Geometry series consists of Vector floorstander and Vertex standmount speakers, £7800 and £4500 respectively
Whatever you do, don’t call the Torus a subwoofer - Wilson Benesch prefers the term ‘infrasonic generator’
The finest sound at this price, combining the authority of large tower designs with the speed and agility of the finest standmounters