A new UK hi-fi brand will be taking its bow at the Bristol Show this weekend, with Sonic Concept set to unveil its first range of loudspeakers and electronics under the Modern British Audio Company banner.
Upgrading a successful product – especially one that has been named as one of our Products of the Year – could seem like a daunting prospect, but that hasn't stopped Furutech's Alpha Design Labs (ADL)...
Chord Electronics has taken the technology inside the Award-winning Hugo and 2Qute DACs and combined it with the company's proprietary amplification to create the new CPM 2800 MkII integrated amp.
From the announcement that trains across England and Wales will offer free wi-fi to the launch of a new Ultra HD demo channel, here is all the news in brief from What Hi-Fi? on 13th February.
"The times, they are a-changing"... And Bob Dylan is among a huge number of classic artists who could find their albums soaring back up the albums chart thanks to music streaming.
Samsung is finding the smartphone market a tough place to be at the moment, with sales from its IT and mobile communications division down 19 per cent in 2014 – and now it's looking to revive its financial fortunes.
Monster has confirmed the expansion of its iSport headphone range with the addition of its first-ever wireless in-ear models – including what it describes as the "world's slimmest" sports buds.
Audio Icons – a new limited edition print project that celebrates classic British hi-fi products from the 1970s and 1980s – has been unveiled, with the first two editions comprising six iconic amps and nine speakers respectively.
Leema Acoustics has announced the introduction of the Libra – a £6000 DAC/preamplifier that's capable of high-resolution 24-bit/384kHz playback over USB, and supports Bluetooth, DSD and more.
It wouldn't be hyperbolic to suggest that Tannoy is synonymous with sound. Few tech brands have the linguistic momentum to make it into the dictionary. Then again, few tech brands get to celebrate a 90th birthday – something that Tannoy will be doing next year.
The budget speaker market is full of fantastic options right now as you can see for yourself with our look at seven standmount speakers for £200 and under in the latest issue of What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision – on sale now [11th February].
ISE 2015 is proving to be a hive of activity this week in Amsterdam, with ViewSonic becoming the latest manufacturer to unveil new products in the shape of the PJD6 Network Series of projectors.
Epson has announced the launch of its first-ever laser projector in the form of the 1080p Full HD EH-LS10000 – and it's also the company's first to feature Ultra HD 4K enhancement technology.
A decade after launching e-onkyo in Japan, Onkyo has announced that its high-resolution download service is expanding into three more countries with the offer of hundreds of thousands of tracks available in 24-bit/44.1kHz up to 192kHz.
From confirmation that BT is to acquire mobile network EE to the latest European countries that will soon be able to access Tidal's lossless streaming service, here's the news in brief from What Hi-Fi? on 6th February.
The launch of Apple iTunes arguably kick-started the download revolution back in 2001 – is now the time for the streaming market to get the Apple treatment?
If you're in the market for a new TV and have a fair amount of space in your living room, LG might just have the set for you – although you'll have to splash out a cool £60,000 to get your hands on it...
It's little surprise to hear that Apple is plotting its move into the music-streaming market, with the acquisition of Beats Music last year an obvious signal of intent.
The digital music revolution transformed our listening habits, but its new-found convenience came at a price: lower resolution, reduced sound quality and lossy compression.
Toshiba appears to be on the verge of quitting TV production, except in its home country of Japan, with the manufacturer announcing that it is ceasing development and sales operations in the North American market.
The advent of ultra-fast broadband internet in the UK has moved a step closer after BT outlined its plans to trial G.fast technology – helping to deliver speeds up to 500Mbps – in two locations this summer.
This week we had the first glimpse of the Chord Company's latest digital cables, and saw Sky's plans to launch mobile voice and data services. Here's the news-in-brief from What Hi-Fi? on 30th January.
Acemile has heralded a "world first" in the shape of Theatre Box – a new portable wireless home cinema speaker that's capable of producing a 360-degree 3D-surround sound audio experience.
It seems that Apple isn't the only manufacturer reaping the benefits of increased smartphone sales, after LG posted an impressive balance sheet too. For Samsung, however, it is a different story.
From the news that Quad and KEF are just two of the manufacturers that'll be at the new Headroom Show this weekend to the launch of the BBC's Taster project, here's the news in brief from What Hi-Fi?'s Wednesday Wrap.