NAD is releasing a third generation of surround receivers, starting with the T 758 at $2399. But they ain’t just for the movies, emphasises the Australian distributor, Convoy International.
Two long-term Sound+Image favourites are currently on offer at a significant saving, with Audio Heaven dropping prices on AktiMatespeaker models.
What could be a better support act than the giraffe exhibit!?
A two-day Epson Product Expo in Sydney will demonstrate the enormous breadth of printing options available from the company.
Until the end of October, Australian purchasers can get a bundle of accessories valued at $400 included with their MobileStudio Pro.
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.
Just to clarify, the new Sonos One speaker will not have any voice support when it goes on sale in Australia.
After a week listening to the new Bowers & Wilkins PX wireless and noise-cancelling headphones, we’d say the company is on track to take over the mantle of executive headgear.
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