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: Goldring lends a modern slant to vinyl playback with the E3 moving magnet phono cartridge.
REVIEW: You can’t go wrong with a Rega turntable, and the Planar 8 proves this.
REVIEW: Cayin’s flagship N8 digital audio player ticks almost all the boxes…
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
REVIEW: Synergy is of primary importance in a hi-fi system, so what better match for a McIntosh amp than the XR50 speakers.
REVIEW: It’s the way to go… fewer components, less wiring… and Dali seems to have got most things rights on the Callisto 2C active streaming speakers.
REVIEW: If sound quality is everything to you, the Cayin N5iiS player is a tempting proposition… even if the user experience is less glamorous.
REVIEW: If lushness and warmth are what you seek from vinyl playback, this Pro-Ject phono preamp will get you there without fuss.
REVIEW: These ain’t cheap and they aren’t for everyone, but what the Sony IER-M9 in-ear monitors do, they do excellently…
REVIEW: Monitor Audio continues to be in good form at any price, as the Bronze 2 proves.
REVIEW: The Cyrus ONE HD, for the price, could well be the integrated amp for all seasons… digital, analogue and wireless.
REVIEW: ELAC has made giant-killers before and the latest iteration of the Debut series speakers continues with the tradition
REVIEW: These ATCs are active but they’re not of the wireless variety that’s getting popular now; no, the SCM20ASL Pros are studio monitors with serious intentions…
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.
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