If you take inflation into account, the new 6000A is the most inexpensive amplifier that Audiolab has ever produced.
van den Hul has a new flagship for its range of phono cartridges, the van den Hul Colibri XGW Signature Stradivarius moving-coil model.
JBL’s Free X Earphones have voice-controls and features that enable you to use Siri or Google to make hand-free calls on the go, plus a single button that lets you control both your calls and your music.
Wilson Audio has released the Wilson Audio Sasha DAW, which supersedes the Sasha Series 2 and is named to honour the late David Andrew Wilson, who founded Wilson Audio in the 70s.
Tibo Audio hi-fi products are available in Australia for the first time. Tibo Audio is owned by Bo Wurtz, who after working for Bang & Olufsen, Eltax and Axia, established Tibo Audio in the UK in 2010.
McIntosh has released its XRT1.1K loudspeaker, a smaller and less expensive version of the McIntosh XRT2.1K.
Australian manufacturer Redgum is commemorating its 25th anniversary by reducing the prices on all its integrated amplifiers and DACs by 25 per cent.
JBL says its new Bluetooth wireless headphones, the flagship model in its Everest line-up, are optimised to work with Google Assistant
PMC introduced its new Fact Series Fenestria loudspeaker to Australia at the newly re-furbished Studio 301, which not co-incidentally uses PMC studio monitors in all its recording studios.
JBL’s Link View voice-controlled, smart display speaker with Google Assistant and a camera built in is now available in Australia for $349.
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