We're all for saving your records for a rainy day, but this isn't quite what we had in mind...
From the news that Ruark Audio has launched a new version of its R7 radiogram, to Netflix rolling out HDR content and a new Crosley turntable, it's What Hi-Fi?'s Weekend Wrap.
The CR-H101DAB has its fingers in several music source pies and serves them up in a compact, affordable package.
Ixion is a new name in Norwegian audio, albeit with plenty of pedigree in its ranks, and is set to launch in the UK with two multi-room speakers, the Maestro and Solo 2.
Record Store Day returns for its ninth year this coming Saturday, with more than 200 live music events and over 500 special edition vinyl releases planned for the big day.
The Fluance RT80 and RT81 (pictured) are designed to deliver a “pure analogue listening experience” by incorporating high-quality materials, but sell at an affordable price.
It's a high-resolution frenzy this month in What Hi-Fi?, with hi-res download sites, advice on how to play hi-res audio on your iPhone, four 4K Ultra high-definition TVs and the first 4K UHD Blu-ray player. The May 2016 issue of What Hi-Fi? is not to be missed.
From the news that Stone Audio in Dorset will be holding an event centred around Gamut, to The Beatles releasing their Anthology collections on streaming services and XQISIT launching a pair of Bluetooth in-ear headphones, it's What Hi-Fi?'s Wednesday Wrap.
To commemorate its 70th birthday, Klipsch will be producing 70 pairs of both the Klipschorn and Heresy speakers.
The new compact model in Sony’s HD projector range borrows technology from flagship models to deliver a “clear and detailed picture”.
Danish manufacturer Vifa has announced Oslo, the fourth wireless speaker in its repertoire. It’s designed to offer style and substance.
Following in the footsteps of 20th Century Fox and Lionsgate, Paramount Home Media Distribution commits to 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray.
The Stream BASE is the latest addition to Cabasse's Stream range. Not only can it be used to boost the sound of your TV, it’s also the first soundbase to have music streaming services built-in.
The TX-RZ710 and RZ810 home cinema amplifiers have been designed to be just as competent with movies as they are with music.
Yes it is actually called Bacon and there's an accompanying amplifier called Cheese. But the wireless streamer means serious business.
The new Recordings To Go feature is rolling out now and is free to use, with no expiry date for transferred content.
The lossless quality streaming service is approaching its first birthday since Jay Z’s takeover, and there’s some positive news…
Think a turntable with a heavy platter will produce better sound quality? The Atmo Sfera laughs in your face.
All five models in Yamaha’s new range of AV receivers can handle 4K content and have built-in Bluetooth. Networked models support the company’s MusicCast multi-room technology.
Sales figures for the US music industry have revealed that the vinyl revival shows no signs of slowing down, while streaming has become the biggest slice of the music industry pie for the first time.
The HTC M10 is likely to be the new HTC phone - we'll find out for sure via an online stream on 12th April.
From the news that Sky has launched a new free sports channel for its customers, to Astell & Kern launching a new Black Edition of its flagship hi-res player, and Spotify amassing 30 million subscribers - it's What Hi-Fi?'s Wednesday Wrap.
Netflix has revamped its recommended programme for 2016 in an effort to get TV manufacturers to improve their sets, and this year the criteria are even tougher to meet.