Latest loudspeaker boasts impressive 93dB efficiency
If you thought £750 for a one-metre interconnect cable was expensive, think again. An old hi-fi rule of thumb is to spend ten percent of your total system budget on cables...
Prestigious high-end hi-fi manufacturer, Esoteric - a 20-year-old division of TEAC - has announced details of a new universal disc player with a difference: it doesn't play video
Mystere is a valve-based audio company from Holland that's new to these shores, but has a tale to tell. Although the name is new, Mystere is the sister company of valve aficionados Prima Luna.
DAB radio expert Pure has thrown a musical lifeline to slow-risers with its new iPod-compatible alarm clock. Not only can the Chronos iDock ease sleepyheads into the morning with DAB and FM radio.
If you're looking for a compact all-in-one hi-fi system, NAD's new DVD-receiver could be the ideal one-box solution. The new L 54 (£450) combines a CD player, amplifier and AM/FM radio.
The latest offering from Leema Acoustics, the Xero standmount, is priced at just £670 and borrows heavily from the brand's celebrated Xen loudspeaker, which is priced at £1,300