The M6 Encore isn't your traditional CD player, it's a ripper, DAC, and amplifier, all in one box. It's also completely upgradable...
Following an initial bid of $5.4bn, Foxconn's new offer is reported to have been accepted by the Japanese display manufacturer – but the manufacturer of the iPhone still wants to seal the deal.
Not only can the CD Due spin your CD collection, it can be used as an external DAC and also features Bluetooth streaming...
The 7 is the latest version of Roksan’s Radius turntable line and comes packing new technologies and an updated design.
The portable music player is designed for fitness fanatics who don’t want to carry a smartphone, but still want to listen to music on Spotify. And it looks like an iPod Shuffle.
Pioneer launched the two integrated amplifiers at IFA 2015, but they’re being demonstrated for the first time in the UK at the 2016 Sound and Vision Show.
It's been five years since we last reviewed the PMC Fact series, but now the company has introduced two new centre channel speakers designed to tonally match the rest of the Fact range, and to create a surround sound system.
The new streaming amp/DAC is the latest addition to the company’s Stellar series and will be on display at the Bristol Show 2016.
Lenovo has launched three new tablets at MWC 2016, two designed for the family, with the third aimed at business users. All three models feature Dolby Atmos sound technology.
The new Sony X Series of phones has been launched at MWC 2016 and comprises three handsets: the Xperia X, Xperia X Performance and Xperia XA.
The M7 (formerly Media 7000) borrows components from the Q7000i speaker package, but comes with a new amplifier which can be used for music and movies.
Creek Audio will be at the Bristol Show once again, this year giving a UK debut to the new Evolution 100CD, a DAC with a built-in CD player.
The new ‘SE’ models are upgraded versions of previous speakers in ATC’s repertoire, and are available in passive and active versions, and complete with a range of new finishes.
This week BBC Three makes the jump from TV to online-only, Kanye West gives Tidal an exclusive on his new album, and Philips launches a new pair of wireless, noise cancelling headphones – it's What Hi-Fi?'s Wednesday Wrap.
It's claimed the six-part show will be called Vital Signs and is expected to be released on Apple Music. Whether or not it will be available on iTunes or the Apple TV box remains to be seen.
The fledgling music streaming service is growing at an increasing rate, having gained 11m subscribers in the seven months since it launched, but it still has some way to go to beat Spotify.
The new stand-alone DAC was first announced at the Munich High End Show 2014 and has since undergone further development to meet “the highest specification possible”.
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The player was due to go on sale in March, but Best Buy stores in the US have listed it as shipping on 10th February.
The update means you can now play Spotify tracks through Amazon’s speaker and use your voice to control the music played.
The Sentios allow you to switch between open or closed-back listening options at the flick of a switch and have also been designed for gaming sessions. Rock Jaw is seeking funding on Kickstarter now.