REVIEW: Sony does most things right again with the latest iteration of its Z7 headphones; the Z7M2s fare pretty well even against some tough competition, and in numerous settings.
REVIEW: A lovely DAC from a rather oddly-named company that’s not taking the well-trodden path; Denafrips Ares may be ‘entry-level’ in price but certainly not in sound.
REVIEW: If you’re looking for a bargain in wireless music connectivity, FiiO offers the marvellous μBTR Bluetooth receiver… just pocket it and go.
REVIEWS: Sony again ups its game in the realm of noise-cancelling, wireless headphones… the new WH-1000XM3 is the most refined of various iterations, and perhaps the best for the money.
REVIEW: It took a while, but when the Audia Flight FLS10 finally opened up, our reviewer was taken on the sort of magical and musical journey he wasn’t expecting at first…
REVIEW: It’s hefty, and it looks impressive, and it has its sonic plusses, but the Musical Fidelity Nu-Vista seems a tad out of synch with the rest of the pack.
REVIEW: If you’re looking for convenience when expanding on your TV’s sound, the Samsung HW-650 offers an acceptable and fuss-free option.
REVIEW: Dali delivers another winner in its new Oberon 3 speakers, which punch above their price class and ensure you are fully entertained…
REVIEW: You can’t really go wrong with the FiiO M3K digital audio player, given its ridiculously affordable price…
REVIEW: If you want a pair of speakers that sound right but disappear from your sight, these IOTA Alpha compact speakers are truly, er, Neat…
REVIEW: Ah, the Italians… they know how to make anything sound and look magnificent… as in the case of the Gold Note Giglio turntable.
REVIEW: Built like a brick, sporting cutting-edge conversion technology and taking up very little space on your desk, Chord’s Qutest DAC yet has quite a bit going for it.
REVIEW: How does a whole lot of amplifier muscle – in weight and watts – sound when refined the Scandinavian way? The Vitus Audio SS-103 Signature answers this question for us…
REVIEW: When do you say “enough”, when you don’t have megabucks to spend on hi-fi equipment? The Accuphase E-470 integrated amplifier certainly seems to represent that point…
REVIEW: You can’t have everything perfect for the price of this Stoner Acoustics UDX DAC… but it images like no other in its range and certainly gets your toes tapping.
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.
REVIEW: Better supporting feet make for better loudspeakers, right? Well, that depends on the speakers and supports… but when things gel, these GAIA III isolators from IsoAcoustics are certainly special.
REVIEW: The lure of tubes proves too much for our reviewer, just as he was consider a move to solid state… the latest iteration of the Rogue Audio Cronus Magnum amp wove its magic on him.
REVIEW: The strange case of Dr Jekyll and Mr Hyde… this does describe our reviewers’ experiences with Bowers & Wilkins’ very nifty-looking PX wireless cans that sport active noise cancellation.
REVIEW: Overlook these compact cabinets from Bowers & Wilkins and you’ll miss out a robust performer, especially in the lower nether region, where the 705 S2 punches with great effect.
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