When companies enter new areas, it’s a big deal, and with amp maker Bryston making a record player, you can bet it’s a big deal.
The Ultra HD TV world has gone without content long enough, and if you joined the UHDTV revolution early, you can finally find content for your newish TV.
If you see the named “KEF” on a speaker, you can pretty much rest assured it’s made for sound, though the latest product from the UK sound group isn’t just about audio, but design, too.
OLED TVs are finally straightening out, and now that flat is back, it’s time to see if these tellies are worth your cash.
Portable audio is one of those areas just totally going off, and while Logitech’s Ultimate Ears brand may well be getting attention, the Danish engineers at Bang & Olufsen have something of their own to show off.
Know anyone who likes electronic, dance, dubstep or trance? If you do or your kids just keep you up with a bit of the “doof doof”, a new audio range is out and ready for your bassy needs.
4K Ultra HD technology isn’t new, but it hasn’t done much to win over new customers outside of the promise of “greater resolution”. Fortunately, a change is coming, with LG and Dolby at the forefront.
Rumours abound for the next iPhone in September featuring no 3.5mm jack, and if that’s the case, some headphones are going to need different cables. Audeze is already there, and has an amp on-board.
The idea of sound everywhere in the home is one that makes us happy, but sometimes you just want a speaker to send music everywhere in one room. Fortunately, Samsung is stepping up to the task with the omnidirectional R5, and it’s multiroom too.
Last week, we wrote that Google had no timeline for the second edition of the Chomecast. Turns out that it does: this week.