NEWS: How better to tap into a region with growth potential than be located in the midst of it… and Dali is getting right into the action.
REVIEW: Blown away… that’s what we were by the Chord Mojo, which we reckon is the most explosive hi-fi device that will fit in your palm, that money can buy! Respect!
REVIEW: A little box that fits into the palm and packs as big a punch as anything in its price range… the Meridian Director DAC may be getting long in the tooth, but it sure can run with the best.
REVIEW: It multi-tasks, it’s ready to take on the future and, best of all, it sounds phenomenal… hello, iFi micro iDSD!
REVIEW: If you don’t mind them big, these JVC headphones offer a level of clarity and bass like few others do… prepare for that immersive listening experience.
REVIEW: Vinyl addicts seeking to preserve their LP collection digitally will be keen on the PS Audio NuWave phono converter… or, otherwise, how to make analogue sound digital…
REVIEW: Little and inexpensive things can perform wonderful deeds in the realm of portable audio, and the Aune B1 headphone amp proves you don’t need to splurge for your aural fix.
REVIEW: SVS may have made its name as a great bang-for-the-buck subwoofer manufacturer, but the company is now proving to be a formidable player outside that field…
REVIEW: The legendary Sony Walkman continues to thrive through generations, adapting and evolving with the times; sure, there are competitors… but few with such an illustrious pedigree.
REVIEW: An identity crisis, perhaps… DAC, headphone amp or storage device? Yet, it doesn’t stop the Aurender Flow from turning out a cutting-edge performance with high-resolution audio files.
REVIEW: One for the “less-is-more” audiophile of the digital age – KEF’s X300A is a speaker, DAC and amp all rolled into a cute and compact package…and no wires, to boot…
REVIEW: Here’s something that does vinyl with minimum fuss. Pro-Ject’s no-frills turntable just needs to be plugged in and played… wait… you will need one of those black discs, though.