Kostas Metaxas says he has decided to build a portable open reel tape recorder using only discrete semiconductors and parts similar to those used on recorders built in the 1960s and 1970s.
Sonos has joined with IKEA to make a lamp, and a bookshelf.
On Record Store Day this coming Saturday (13 April, 2019) in addition to offering 10% off any turntable in the store and many other in-store discounts, hi-fi designers Mark Dohmann, Brad Serhan and Les Davis will be demonstrating in-store.
Having only just launched its first Lumix S series of full-35mm format mirrorless cameras, the new Lumix G95 from Panasonic is making good on the company's assurances that its Micro Four Thirds system won’t be neglected.
TechDAS officially launched its most recent ‘under wraps’ turntable last month in its home town of Tokyo, Japan. It’s the Air Force Zero turntable, which weighs around half a tonne and will sell in Australia for $570,000.
The drone market has taken off (pardon the pun) in the past few years. But with so many options on offer, choosing a drone can be confusing. The crew at Ted’s Cameras has put together this introduction to selecting and flying your first camera drone.
Fujifilm Australia has launched a professional support program for photographers which provides a number of services, including telephone and email support, equipment checks and cleaning, express repairs and emergency equipment loans.
GoldenEar’s new Triton One.R speaker, which is based on GoldenEar’s flagship model, the Triton Reference, is now available in Australia through National AV Solutions.
Tame Impala, Chance the Rapper, Childish Gambino, Courtney Barnett, Fidlar, Pond, Tropical F**k Storm and so, so, so much more.
National AV Solutions (NAVS) has released a range of active HDMI cables in lengths up to 50 metres, all of which are guaranteed to pass 18Gbps.
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