Our audio coverage stretches from cheap earbuds to throw in your bag, up to hi-res DACs that can add extra dimensions of sound to your favorite music. The world of audio has changed a lot with the rise of higher-quality wireless and digital sound – streaming services offer better-than-CD quality, and you can beam it to speakers all over the house over Wi-Fi or next-gen Bluetooth options.
That’s unlocked a world of new devices where hi-fi meets modern conveniences, and we’re always looking to find the best new ideas in the audio world.
Our audio experts love products from the top to the bottom of the budget range – we love a cheap Bluetooth speaker that sounds great at the beach just as much as we love expensive wired headphones driven from a beautiful valve amplifier.
The Pro-Ject Debut continues its relentless journey up-market – but is still cracking value for money.
This turntable is a great example of how vinyl is being reimagined for the age of wireless – and we love it.
The Cambridge Audio Alva TT V2 continues the company's attempts to make vinyl and modern format, and it's a smash hit.
The more affordable offshoot of Nothing is launching a new neckband and new earbuds next month.
The Fluance RT81 offers good sound, build quality and convenient features for vinyl newbies.
It's a turntable, a phono stage, a BT receiver, a pre-amp and a power amp. And if you want some sweet speakers, Pro-Ject will happily add those too.
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Pro-Ject's Debut Carbon is an excellent turntable for beginners and audiophiles alike that doesn't break the bank.
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