Belgium manufacturer Apart Audio has released the Revamp8250, an 8-channel bridgeable Class-D power amplifier designed for multi zone audio applications.
Back in Melbourne on its usual October dates, the original Australian Hi-Fi & AV Show is promising The Biggest Show Ever!
South Korean lens maker Samyang has added a third lens to its XP line of high-performance primes for Canon EF mount full-35mm format D-SLRs. The new XP 50mm f1.2 joins the existing XP 14mm f2.4 and XP 85mm f1.2 models.
French manufacturer Focal has released a new range of entry-level custom in-wall and in-ceiling speakers, the 100 Series.
Swiss manufacturer Merging Technologies showed an Aurender X100 Music Server directly connected to a Ravenna AoIP network using a Merging+Nadac as the DAC at the recent Norddeutscher Hi Fi Tage in Hamburg.
MSB has released a new Discrete DAC which replaces the MSB Analog DAC. It uses two Prime DAC modules for a true balanced output derived from four stages of digital-to-analogue conversion and an ultra-low jitter integrated clock.
Dozens of new acts have been added to the Blues on Broadbeach line-up in Queensland this May.
For anybody who wants the traditional 70-210mm telezoom in a smaller, lighter and more affordable package, Tamron has just added an f4.0-speed version to its line-up of Di series lenses for full-35mm D-SLRs.
Naim is back to developing its separates selection with the announcement that the ND 555, a new 500 Series Network Player, will be “on show” at the Bristol Show this weekend.
McIntosh has released its MC611 monobloc power amplifier, which is rated with a power output of 600-watts into 2Ω, 4Ω and 8Ω loads and replaces the older MC601.
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