British loudspeaker manufacturer Bowers & Wilkins is relocating its world-famous research and development centre to a new, larger, and better-equipped facility in West Sussex, England.
British engineering and specialist high end audio company SME has announced that its long-awaited Synergy turntable, which comes complete with a magnesium tonearm fitted with a moving-coil cartridge and a built-in phono stage, will be released in October.
Contrary to rumours running around Europe like wildfire, Pro-Ject has NOT purchased Music Hall. According to Roy Hall of Music Hall, he is still running the company and has no intention of selling it.
Australian distributor BusiSoft AV has won Danish manufacturer Dynaudio’s ‘Distributor of the Year’ award for the second time running.
Shure, once the world’s most famous phono cartridge manufacturer, has announced that it is ‘discontinuing production of Shure phono products.’
Graham Audio has released a new monitor loudspeaker designed by Derek Hughes, the Chartwell LS6.
Austrian manufacturer Pro-Ject Audio Systems has purchased British electronics manufacturer Musical Fidelity from its founder, Antony Michaelson.
iriver's Friday night private Astell&Kern party in Munich saw the launch of not only two new high-res players but two whole new lines of players.
Eastwood Hi-Fi has secured a bulk lot of Tannoy speakers from the Australian distributor who no longer distributes them, and is running them out at insane prices...
Black Stone Cherry are back with a howler of a new album and a truckload of killer guitar tones.
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