You should be in absolutely no doubt that Yamaha’s NS-5000 loudspeakers will deliver music to your room with absolute sonic realism. They sound superb.
With Trivium’s new album, The Sin And The Sentence, about to drop, it’s time to look at one of the most ‘grrrr!’ Les Pauls in the Epiphone line.
This combination from Bowers and Wilkins’ 700 Series is a serious delight for both stereo and surround music. The system isn’t cheap, but we doubt you’ll get better sound for the money.
Sony’s latest “Home Audio System” under its ‘Muteki’ line, tagged “Ultimate Powerful Sound (Soul shaking sound)” and “Massive design”. Yes, well.
BenQ’s W1700 breaks the pricing paradigm for UHD projection with some very ‘flash’ new technology...
Have you ever felt the need to choose between an LP and a 335? Collings might have solved that particular conundrum for you.
Eddie Van Halen and Fender tweak their 6L6 50-watter ever so slightly, yet the smallest change makes a big difference.
Single-sided cells of pulsing electrostatic goodness — a new concept from a kinda-new company delivers great delight.
Pioneer’s range-topping network music player is loaded with multiple paths to local and online music, plus excellent audio circuits to make them sing.
The Planar 3’s performance, ease of use and attractive design would seem to indicate that Rega’s turntables will remain leading lights for now, and likely for as long as the black stuff may last
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