Unhampered by engine noise from Jaguar’s all-electric I-PACE, Meridian’s latest in-car system sounds the business.
The audio for LG's new flagship phone has been tuned by one of the biggest names in the hi-fi business
We’re sitting here listening to 23 speakers, including surround and height channels, 1700W of amplification, and a multitude of audio modes.
The firm has lots going on to celebrate its 40th anniversary, including a new projectors tie-in and new dealer scheme.
High-end British hi-fi brand Meridian doesn't do things by halves. Its latest release is a flagship, state-of-the-art digital-to-analogue converter.
Upgrades mean that Meridian’s products will be the first to get MQA playback support. They will be available to download from 4th February.
Jaguar’s first sports utility vehicle (SUV) gets a choice of Meridian in-car audio systems tuned specifically for it.
The Prime is a top-class headphone amplifier and a surprisingly talented stereo preamp. Treat the DAC section as a nice bonus too
Jaguar's new XE saloon comes with a brand new sound system in tow, courtesy of British hi-fi manufacturer Meridian. We take the new set-up for a spin... Tested at £45,543 (Meridian system included as standard)
Meridian Audio is the latest hi-fi company to add Tidal CD-quality streaming to its product range. Tidal is now available on Meridian’s Sooloos digital media system, enabling seamless streaming of Tidal’s extensive music collection.
The 808v6 is the newest version of the company’s 808 CD player and the latest addition to its 800 Reference Series. The new player supports MQA sources and stakes its claim as the “highest performance CD player ever manufactured by Meridian”.
It's a packed wrap this week on What Hi-Fi?, with news that Meridian has launched two new loudspeaker models, Optoma has unveiled an ultra-short-throw projector, Sonos no longer supports Audible and Astell & Kern has a new colour finish for the AK Jr.
The Explorer 2 is the latest pocket USB DAC and headphone amp from Meridian, coming with support for the company's new MQA technology thanks to more powerful digital signal processing.