Fender breathes new life into one of their more offbeat offerings. By Peter Hodgson
Clean-sounding audio isn’t necessarily great-sounding audio. IK Multimedia’s latest gets down and dirty with your tracks. By Peter Hodgson
Can the choice of wireless over wired be implemented on a surround speaker package without loss of quality? The Klipsch Reference Premiere HD system shows that it can.
Meridian’s portable Explorer2 DAC (digital-to-analogue converter takes the USB output from your computer and delivers far better sound at home or on the go.
Broncolor does away with cables completely for its battery-powered Siros series monoblocs which also offer the convenience of remote control via WiFi using a mobile device.
The SL represents Leica’s future in professional cameras, an enormous challenge and includes taking on the best of the pro-level D-SLRs.
Guitar amps just seem to be getting smaller and smaller, but often enough great tube performance and tone can be squeezed into a tiny package.
The Sydney Morning Herald’s hi-fi columnist, Rod Easdown, says that Richter’s Wizard is the biggest-selling Australian speaker in history
Its performance as an integrated ampliﬁer is exceptionally good, plus you’re also getting a brilliant on-board DAC into the bargain.
They’ll outperform any other similarly-priced small speakers I’ve ever heard, which makes them outstanding value for money...
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