The What Hi-Fi? Awards 2016 winners have now been revealed!
The inaugural Indulgence Show, born out of the Headroom Show in Chiswick, is taking place in west London this weekend. We popped in to have a look around.
Amazon Prime customers already get access to Prime Music streaming as part of their £79 annual fee, but now there's another option: Amazon Music Unlimited has launched in the US for $9.99/month.
This is not just a cosmetic update: Naim has invested nearly £4m and spent more than three years redesigning and re-engineering the entire Uniti platform and every product within it.
Voting is now closed and the Readers' Award 2016 will be announced, along with all this year's winners, on Monday 17th October.
Whether or not you are a fan of Björk's music, her latest multimedia extravaganza in London is a technical and audio tour de force.
It has been a while coming, but Philips has finally clambered aboard the OLED TV bandwagon here at IFA 2016 in Berlin. The Philips 901F TV – a 55in 4K model that will sell for €3500 (which currently means it’ll cost £3500) – is a showcase for some uniquely Philips technologies.
Following in the footsteps of its Award-winning P5 Wireless Bluetooth headphones, B&W has now dropped the wires on its bigger P7 cans to release the new P7 Wireless version. B&W is also cutting the price of the wired P7s from £330 to £280.
Prism Sound, best known for its professional digital-to-analogue converters for recording studios, is bringing its expertise to the consumer market with the new £1794 Callia.
The British hi-fi specialist was looking for £50,000 of funding through Kickstarter to develop its SoundKey micro DAC for smartphones and tablets. And it has raised the money in a matter of hours.
There are two versions of the Edwards Audio Apprentice Mk2 turntable - the TT (£380) and the TT Lite (£300).
We can hardly say the dust has settled on the UK’s momentous decision to leave the EU, but what are the implications for the hi-fi industry, both at home and abroad? Industry trade organisation the Clarity Alliance has put together its thoughts on the situation.
The market for high-end hi-fi has remained remarkably resilient in recent years, and the World of McIntosh group has been on an expansion drive since 2007, acquiring several high profile companies.
Sonus Faber has unveiled its first all-in-one wireless music streaming system, the £9900 SF16, which goes on sale in September.
McIntosh Labs has a trio of new products coming in the third quarter of 2016: the MVP901 Blu-ray player, C2600 vacuum tube preamp and the AP100 phono preamp.
We first clapped eyes on this retro-looking device at the Munich High End Show last year, and now it's making its UK debut through distributor Absolute Sounds.
Your definition of “more affordable” may be different from AR’s, with its new Foundation models coming in at just under £7000 each - or £6998 to be precise.
The Boston-based audio designer left Tivoli a year ago, and has now set up his third business, Como Audio.
This is no ordinary sub, having built-in amplification that can power extra speakers in a Loewe surround-sound system.
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.
There are three new models in the Denon X-series line-up, from the £399 entry-level X1300W to the flagship X3300W at £749 (shown above).
The UK distribution company for brands such as BenQ and Epson - and parent of Steljes Audio - says it has been forced into administration after nearly 30 years in the AV business.
US audio giant Harman will develop an audio module for Google's forthcoming Ara Android smartphone, and also work on Project Soli, Google's touchless interface.