The Welsh manufacturer packs all it can into a space-saving chassis.
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IFA 2018 Information was light, but we did briefly get to see two 4K ULED sets planned for release next year
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Shure announces wireless versions of its SE112 and SE215 in-ears and a Bluetooth accessory cable which untethers current SE models.
We talk to Slowdive's Rachel Goswell about happy accidents, Brian Eno's clock and Skype calls to the studio.
In our latest 'Audio File' interview we speak with Rocking Bob about crate-digging, vintage equipment and the joy of musical discovery becoming a job.
More than 20 years after it was nominated for an Oscar, Alan Silvestri's original score for Forrest Gump is getting the full 180-gram audiophile treatment.
From analogue tape delays to Kaoss Pads, Yazz Ahmed's approach to creating and recording jazz music stretches far beyond the traditional.
We speak to The Flaming Lips frontman Wayne Coyne about the difficulties of covering John Lennon and why no one can stop them being weird.
To celebrate the 20th anniversary edition of Radiohead's OK Computer, we take a look at this seminal record's genre-spanning influence.
What better way to celebrate Sgt. Pepper's golden anniversary than with some of the finest artists ever to have covered this particular Beatles' masterpiece?
There's more to Star Wars memorabilia than LEGO toys and branded t-shirts - let us help guide you to an audio or visual treat to celebrate the 40th anniversary of A New Hope...
We speak with the hardcore frontman turned folk-punk pioneer about the power of Sonos, his love for physical media and the importance of a great performance in the studio