The world’s number three maker of televisions shows its quality with this well-priced 55-inch Ultra High Definition model.
The new Klipsch Reference On-ears sound full and weighty, and are particularly well-balanced to work against the background noise of commuting.
A straightforward Bavarian headphone that does things well, and at a good price.
Sony’s turntable can play conventionally, but also has a USB output, with software to record your discs — and in high-res DSD, no less...
Enter Yamaha’s top-level networked AV receiver from its Aventage Series 7. Bells and whistles? Yes, plenty – but also solid underlying performance.
We call them ‘squirters’ — add one to your hi-fi to inject streaming and multiroom abilities. Denon’s HEOS Link is now second-gen, adding Bluetooth and high-res streaming.
A double dose of tech, with planar magnetic drivers plus the option of that suddenly rather useful $100 Lightning cable...
There’s a clear statement here: ‘follow us on our path and we’ll take you to the music’. And with the NAP 250 DR, that’s exactly the destination.
At $32,000 crisp ones, the B1D swings towards the top rung of the standmount ladder. Fortuitously, when it comes to its superb sound quality, it rises to just such an auspicious elevation.
A fine receiver for Dolby Atmos (two rather than four overhead speakers), full support for low impedance loudspeakers, and good network control.
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