REVIEW: Still into CDs and player on its last legs? Pro-Ject’s CD Box could tempt you, along with its companion DAC Box.
REVIEW: The Cyrus SoundKey USB DAC/amp may be a bit behind in features now, but it certainly doesn’t hold back in sonic performance.
REVIEW: These Aiva planars from the Sivga family are an exciting listen, despite lacking some attributes associated with their ilk.
REVIEW: Small birds can fly high, as EarMen’s Eagle USB DAC/preamp/headamp proves…
REVIEW: These Sivga headphones beckon seductively to those looking for something that stands out in a crowd.
REVIEW: Samsung’s HW-Q950T soundbar has impressive sonic muscle, although setting up is a bit of a hassle.
REVIEW: Looking to add streaming capabilities to your staid wired set-up, without hurting your wallet? These Arylic units are calling…
REVIEW: Digital devices can be a headache to set up, but getting Denon’s PMA-150H going is a breeze… and it sounds fab, too!
REVIEW: HiFiMAN comes out with another planar-magnetic winner in the Ananda headphones.
REVIEW: The amplifiers of today are becoming increasingly versatile, and the Hegel H390 shows us what the laggards are lacking…
NEWS: The term “make your own record” will soon be taking on a new dimension with the Phonocut Home Vinyl Recorder.
REVIEW: These well-presented Danish speakers evoke favourable emotions from a panel/ribbon diehard.
REVIEW: Tiny they may be, but these Audioengine speakers pack a mighty punch.
REVIEW: When nothing but the best will do and money is plentiful, the REX DAC from Balanced Audio Technology should be on your shopping list.
REVIEW: For a taste of what a truly audiophile turntable can do for not so much money, try a Pro-Ject… in this case, the Essential III
NEWS: The Sony Walkman, born exactly four decades ago, revolutionised the way we consumed music… life hasn’t been the same since then, and the Walkman name lives on in a current format.
REVIEW: Some bugs aside (and which digital audio player is free of them?), the Cayin iDAP-6 certainly holds promise of great musical times for the desktop user.
NEWS: Attempting to keep his wallet stitched firmly into his pocket, our big guy pretends to feign disinterest at the goodies on display… knowing full well he’s returning for more…
REVIEW: Sonically outstanding, brilliant, etc, etc… but the Chord Poly streamer needs to be friendlier to the user and iron out some kinks in the system.
REVIEW: With power comes corruption… but here’s away to ensure a cleaner system, courtesy of Keces Audio…
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