But this is Krell, after all, so you're looking at a starting point of £4698...
Vinyl goes platinum: as the 33⅓rpm LP celebrates its 70th anniversary, nine unabashed What Hi-Fi? staffers recall the first time they spent their own money on a vinyl record.
We talk about a new Siri and Alexa-enabled soundbar, some new receivers, amplifiers and turntables, and how to get the best picture and sound for your World Cup experience.
Have a Yamaha product? Does it have MusicCast? If so, you can now get Amazon's Alexa voice assistant into your home.
The VSX-LX503 (above) and VSX-LX303 are both available in black or silver, and both go on sale next month.
John Bowers established the Steyning Research & Engineering facility in 1981. Now it's time to expand.
Drive units this sort of size (26cm!) are rarely seen in two-way speakers because of their limited high frequency reach.
M & S has brought its unique design language to bear on the latest ancient audio format to enjoy a renaissance.
The speaker uses the Musicoin currency and streaming platform, and promises artists greater revenues than via Spotify et al.
Best known for big PA systems and pro studio set-ups, Meyer Sound's new Bluehorn speaker system aims to deliver the ultimate in clarity and transparency. So we went for a listen.
Following the filing of its initial public offering (IPO), the company hopes to be valued at $2.5bn - $3bn.
We're 42, you know. And yes, we know we don't look it. But that doesn't mean we can't reminisce - and here we pay homage to the 15 best tables What Hi-Fi? has turned in its lifetime...
Swiss public broadcaster SRG will air live and recorded World Cup 2018 action in glorious ultra-high definition.
The money is starting to be deployed, and Rebeat Innovation intends to get HD vinyl into stores next year.