Japanese manufacturer S’Next has released its Final B1, B2, and B3 in-ear monitors, all of which have stainless steel bodies, in mirror-finished rose gold (B1), gunmetal (B2) and silver frost (B3).
Canadian amplifier manufacturer Anthem Electronics has released what it claims is the world’s most advanced and versatile multi-zone distribution amplifier system, its Anthem MDX Series.
Denon’s latest 11.2-channel AV receiver has dual voice control via Siri on Apple AirPlay 2 and Amazon Alexa and is rated at 140-watts per channel.
Audiolab has released a wireless audio streaming player that uses DTS Play-Fi technology and an ESS Sabre32 ES9018K2M Reference DAC.
CEDIA has unveiled our Asia Pacific region’s winners of the 2019 CEDIA Home Technology Professional Awards.
Here’s something we haven’t needed to report on for quite a while… a new D-SLR that’s something more than a tiny upgrade of a basic entry-level model, and that’s not in the full-35mm format either.
Panasonic’s third Lumix S series mirrorless camera body – which was first revealed back in May – will go on sale in October and is primarily targeted at cinematographers. It’s packed solid with high-end video features, even surpassing the GH5S.
‘CD is a simple and effective way of listening to music and it still sounds better than any wireless format' says Roksan's Tufan Hashemi.
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Sennheiser has introduced a new wireless in-ear model to its range, the IE 80S BT. It carries on from the Sennheiser IE 80S to create a wireless model that supports hi-res audio that can also be used in wired mode.
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