Last year Music Hall’s Roy Hall bowed his entry-level mmf 1.3 turntable with built-in preamplifier. This year he showed an improved model, the mmf 1.5.
Elac's Discovery Pro Music Server has eight 50-watt amplifiers and is capable of five wired audio streams, all managed by the ROON Essentials Control app
Released last year in a strictly limited edition to celebrate the 175th anniversary of the Vienna Philharmonic Orchestra, the Pro-ject 175 turntable reprised its debut at CES 2018.
Audio-Technica says the new belt-drive AT-LP7 turntable it’s showing at CES 2018 is the best turntable it’s ever made.
Denon used CES 2018 to launch what it says is the world’s first ‘true’ 13.2 channel, 150-watt per channel AV Receiver with support for Amazon Alexa, Dolby Atmos, DTS:X, and Auro 3D.
Polk Audio used CES 2018 to introduce its ‘Command Bar’, which it claims is the first voice-controlled sound bar with Amazon’s ‘Alexa’ Voice Service built in.
Harman International used CES 2018 to launch the JBL Link View, the world’s first voice-controlled, smart display speaker with Google Assistant and a camera built in.
Sennheiser used CES 2018 to showing a prototype of a soundbar featuring its Ambeo 3D technology, which aims to deliver immersive surround sound from a single soundbar.
Chord Electronics used CES 2018 to launch its Qutest DAC, which it claims ‘sets a new technical benchmark for a small, home system digital-to-analogue convertor’ and further claims is ‘the world’s most advanced compact DAC.’
Sony has released three pairs of sports wireless earphones at CES 2018, one of which it claims is the world’s first ‘truly wireless noise-cancelling’ model.
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