Def Tech (Definitive Technology) has released the first three models in its new Demand Series speakers, all of which feature Def Tech’s new offset tweeter design and bass/midrange drivers that are fitted with waveguides and double surrounds.
Aries Cerat has released its first integrated amplifier, the Genus, whose preamplifier section is modelled on the company’s Incito preamplifier, and uses a high transconductance E280f beam tetrode in its input stage.
Dynaudio has announced that it will be replacing its popular Sub 250 subwoofer with a new model, the Dynaudio Sub 3.
Audio Magic launches its new mobile-friendly and upgraded web portal.
Bose has released its SoundLink Micro Bluetooth speaker, which it says is the smallest and most rugged portable speaker it has ever built, with an IPX7 rating against water ingress
Australian high-end manufacturer DEQX has announced that its HDP-5 and PreMate Plus are now Roon Ready certified and that Roon-enabled HDP-5 and PreMate Plus units will ship from the 1st September.
Dynaudio has released a new Sub 6 subwoofer with ‘intelligent’ digital signal processing that comes pre-programmed to integrate perfectly with main speakers from Dynaudio’s range.
Herman van den Dungen of the Netherlands, who manufactures Kiseki phono cartridges, has appointed South Australian distributor Magenta Audio as the sole Australian distributor for Kiseki.
Jeff Fischel, the long-time general manager of Conrad-Johnson, is now the owner of the company, having purchased it from founders Bill Conrad and Lew Johnson.
Tivoli Audio today launched the Model One Digital, bringing the quintessential tabletop radio into the age of the smart home.
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