Many Bluetooth speakers today play music in mono, requiring a doubling of investment to add a second unit for stereo. But not Cambridge Audio’s Yoyo M.
Entry-level home cinema projectors just keep getting better, as proven by BenQ’s award-winning 1080p model at $1149.
We gave an award to beyerdynamic's DT 1990 Pro open-back headphones - but how to the closed-back DT 1770 Pros sound alongside?
Analogue joys through digital Bluetooth? It sounds like a novelty, but proves to be impressive for this remarkably low pricing.
The world’s number three maker of televisions shows its quality with this well-priced 55-inch Ultra High Definition model.
The new Klipsch Reference On-ears sound full and weighty, and are particularly well-balanced to work against the background noise of commuting.
A straightforward Bavarian headphone that does things well, and at a good price.
Sony’s turntable can play conventionally, but also has a USB output, with software to record your discs — and in high-res DSD, no less...
Enter Yamaha’s top-level networked AV receiver from its Aventage Series 7. Bells and whistles? Yes, plenty – but also solid underlying performance.
We call them ‘squirters’ — add one to your hi-fi to inject streaming and multiroom abilities. Denon’s HEOS Link is now second-gen, adding Bluetooth and high-res streaming.
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