It’s 2019, so it’s time for a new version of JBL’s Flip wireless portable speaker. This time around, it’s the JBL Flip 5, which is just like last year's JBL Flip 4, but has a USB-Type C port, and a larger capacity battery.
"In 1983, Ralph Gibson suggested I should try using a Leica," says Andy Summers, longstanding guitarist for iconic rock band The Police...
Bryston’s new BDA-3.14 DAC includes a built-in music player, an on-board digital volume control and features Bryston’s ‘Manic Moose’ interface.
Wilson Audio’s newest loudspeaker, the Chronosonic XVX, although designed by Daryl Wilson, contains much of the technology found in the WAMM Master Chronosonic designed by his father, the late David Wilson, who founded the company in 1974.
The latest 'i' versions of MartinLogan's Motion series cabinet speakers don't mess with the successful equation of the original series.
Klipsch launches two new soundbars including wireless rears and horn-loaded technology up the front.
Melbourne audio distributor Audio Active is now distributing the Lithe Audio range of Wi-Fi and Bluetooth ceiling speakers in Australia.
Canton’s new Smart Soundbar 10 delivers Dolby Atmos cinema sound, multi-room connectivity and music streaming via Wi-Fi and Bluetooth.
The latest range of Marantz 'slimline' receivers bring full surround and streaming abilities in a usefully low case.
Before you get too excited, you’re still going to need very deep pockets for Phase One's new XT field camera which it’s mating with its 100 or 150 megapixels IQ4 series capture backs and none of these are cheap.
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