From South Australia comes this latest edition of the Krix Seismix 3 subwoofer. Version 5 won one of our 2010 awards — does the latest iteration deliver similar depths?
If you’re looking for big sound from a pair of bookshelf speakers, it doesn’t come any bigger than from the Krix Acoustix Mk2.
The one thing going for this phone when it comes to music listening is the DAB+ tuner
436 minutes of very interesting TV, delivered on Blu-ray in full high definition.
The original Ghostbusters, released on UHD (*4K) Blu-ray, gives us a hint as to what other older titles might look like on this new format.
As a rule, soundbars don’t do music well, and they’re often ugly or messy to connect. Apparently Definitive Technology missed the memo.
BenQ rises up the projector market with a model that has interestingly interchangeable lenses and a thoroughly enjoyable performance.
The McIntosh MCT450 SACD/CD transport and D150 digital preamp bring together the very highest levels of high fidelity and reliable, feature-laden delivery.
The Mu-so Qb retains the wide abilities of the larger Mu-so, while shrinking its form with remarkably little trade-off in reduced sonic sophistication.
Could this be the sweet design spot for the modern equivalent of an ‘all in one’ sound system?
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