Optoma, perhaps best known for its home cinema projectors, has unveiled its latest stereo power amp, the £650 NuForce STA120.
Italian speaker maker Sonus faber is replacing its entry-level Toy series with the multi-coloured Chameleon range.
The German speaker specialist will showcase its new HRS-130 and Unlimited MkII Ultimate models in Munich next month.
It's no secret we're huge fans of the Naim Mu-so, awarding it one of our top accolades in 2014, and now we have one to give away in our special Gadget Show competition.
The inexorable rise of music streaming services continues, with the latest industry report showing digital sales now neck-and-neck with physical formats.
Flagship models from Marantz and Denon get upgrade to support playback of copy-protected 4K Ultra HD material.
Owners will be able to use Google Cast to stream music from their Android or iOS device, Mac or PC directly to LG's Music Flow speakers.
New from Tangent are the X4 and X5 passive versions of its recently launched active BT X5 Spectrum speaker.
The latest iOS update brings with it some bug fixes, including better syncing with Bluetooth speakers.
If you have a pair of wired headphones you'd like to make wireless, this £70 Bluetooth adapter might fit the bill.
How many internet-enabled devices do you own? A YouGov poll of 2000 consumers found that the average British household has 7.4.
We can now reveal the winner of our user review competition who gets a lovely pair of PMC Twenty 22 speakers worth £1970.
The South Korean electronics giant is forecasting better-than-expected results for the first three months of 2015, but that would still be a 30 per cent drop from the previous year.
Research in the US suggests that Apple's forthcoming music streaming service could obliterate its rivals when it launches later this year.
Fancy something more than an Easter egg this weekend? Here are some great deals on TVs, hi-fi and home cinema kit over the Bank Holiday break.
Kick-started by Tidal's star-studded US relaunch, the streaming music business is in for a big year - and sound quality is back on the agenda. But will people be prepared to pay the extra? And is high-res streaming around the corner? We look back on the rise and rise of streaming audio, and how the streaming music business might take shape in 2015...
Splash out £499 on an Onkyo DAC-HA300 and you can add 24-bit/192kHz and DSD audio capability to your iOS or Android portable.
These bespoke, hand-made in-ear headphones are made from a choice of exotic materials and cost from £1650.
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.
If you fancy treating your ears to some seriously high-end hi-fi kit, then head over to the Guildford Audio Show in April.