The first hybrid integrated amplifier this world-famous American company has ever built. Worth the wait?
Shure provides an elegant and high-performance solution for a crowded in-ear headphone market.
Naim's top network player delivers audiophile-level performance while managing a wonderful simplicity of operation.
“Feel the bass, hear the voice”, says JBL of its Bar 3.1, a soundbar and subwoofer combination with good connectivity and deep bass.
Definitely worth the wait, but there’s now quite a bit of ground to make up on its better established rivals. It can do it, and here’s why.
The Audio-Technica AT-LP7 is very likely the best turntable any manufacturer has ever built that sells at the price Audio-Technica is currently asking...
The smallest TV audio solution from Sonos, the Beam didn’t win us over with music, but delivered impressive sound with movies, and is smarter than the average bar...
Vertical surround and Atmos-compatibility from a small soundbar with only two drivers. Say wha?
We kept listening and Focal’s ‘Listen’ Bluetooth headphones just kept rollin’ along, without particularly moving us.
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