REVIEW: Getting to the heart and soul of the matter with this DAC/headamp/preamp one-box unit, our reviewer finds more than a few notes of interest to him.
REVIEW: Nothing like banishing vibrations from your system to extract a bit more performance… and Solid Tech offers two ways of doing this.
REVIEW: If you’re in the market for a phono stage that does the job without fuss, the Oehlbach Phono may be the thing for you.
REVIEW: You can wax lyrical over small things, as our reviewer proves with his dissertation on the benefits of the USB Disruptor power supply, which obviously impressed him no end.
REVIEW: Small boxes are getting increasingly competent these days, as these Dali Opticon 2 speakers prove… so if you want big sound in a small space, here’s an option.
REVIEW: If you’re seeking that big step-up in your home cinema system, here’s a Samsung Blu-ray player that holds little back.
REVIEW: No point in watching a movie without sonic effects whizzing all around you, and the Samsung KW-K950 soundbar gives you just that… thanks to its well-implemented Dolby ATMOS.
REVIEW: Our esteemed reviewer gets back into the box and discovers what he has been missing for a while… these PMC Twenty.26 speakers refuse to sound anything but good!
REVIEW: There’s something intimate about the glow of tubes in a darkened room… add headphones and mood music, and the Fireflies amp/DAC from Woo Audio will transport you to amazing realms.
REVIEW: The pioneer of the standalone digital-to-analogue converter isn’t about to be left behind in the modern-day stakes, as Arcam proves with a new iteration of its irDAC.
REVIEW: Rega updates its modestly-priced turntable for all eras, incorporating a number of refinements for 2016. The new Planar 3 is as quintessential as it gets in this realm of vinyl.
REVIEW: How much speaker can US$280 buy you? Quite a bit, as our new kid on the block reviewer finds out with Andrew Jones’ latest offering by way of ELAC… the Debut B6.
REVIEW: Big, strong and friendly… a cliche, yes, but these certainly describe Musical Fidelity’s beefy M6si… the on board phono stage and USB DAC enhanced our reviewer’s experience…
REVIEW: Little things can be quite a bit of fun, as we find out with the latest version of the Dynavector P75… be prepared to be hands-on, though, if you like tweaking with jumpers!
REVIEW: Surprises do come in small – well, fairly small – packages, as our reviewer finds out… these Heco bookshelf speakers may be German, but they’re largely unfettered by tradition.
REVIEW: If you like to keep it simple and involve minimal wires, but demand more than just average sonics, the Dali Zensor 1 active speakers appear to be a sensible choice.
REVIEW: Ah, it’s not often that glass and gas (or a lack of) make an appearance here, but the weather’s cooling and perhaps, we do need the warmth of the Leben CS600 for a bit…
REVIEW: The Italians make some lovely speakers, all wood and warmth…here, however, Chario breaks the mould to tackle modern lifestyle requirements.
REVIEW: An all-in-one amplifier can offer conveniences not available on a system of amp separates… as the Parasound Halo does, especially in the digital domain.
REVIEW: It’s not everything for everyone but the iBasso DX80 will please audiophiles looking for a high-quality portable player to carry around their fave high-resolution audio files.
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