Astell & Kern’s most powerful music player prioritises hi-fi hook-up, but it isn’t exactly portable.
Astell & Kern’s flagship player is pricey and not exactly portable, but its sound quality more than makes up for that
A 4.1-inch touch display, dual DACs, hi-res audio playback of up to 32bit/384kHz and native DSD256 support.
Astell & Kern is building on its Award-winning Kann music player by introducing a second model, the Kann Cube.
These high-end headphones have some strengths, but at this price, you can get better sound for your money elsewhere.
Top-class Astell & Kern portable music player has a daft name and a strange design, but it turns out to be a work of sonic art
Astell & Kern is aiming to bring its portable expertise to your desktop with a new range of hi-res audio products.
For a £100 price hike, the AK70 MKII aims to advance on our current Award-winner with dual DACs plus improved amplification and battery.
The new models mark the arrival of two new ranges and cost $699 and $1699 respectively. Both players are expected to go on sale in the summer.
Owners of an Astell & Kern portable music player who have big CD collections might want to know about the brand’s latest accessory…
Two outstanding portable music players from two brands with plenty of previous experience go head-to-head...