B&O’s latest foray into the competitive portable Bluetooth speaker market has enough points of difference to make it special, writes PAT PILCHER.
At last, a TV speaker system that sounds great and boasts ‘wife acceptance factor’, writes a smitten PAT PILCHER.
Speaker sound can be improved immeasurably with customisable plinths. Richard Varey explains.
GARY STEEL goes on the attack against audio snobbery as he details his rock and roll odyssey with Cerwin-Vega loudspeakers.
Richard Varey has a marathon session with a hi-fidelity maestro with a singular vision. Warning: this piece may change your whole perspective on hi-fi.
Gary Steel has a positive predisposition towards Tannoy loudspeakers that’s reconfirmed (and then some) by its retro-look Prestige Gold Reference series.
Our man of Steel gets a first taste of a pair of speakers that knock his socks off, and could probably break a window or two, as well.
If you think that traditional floorstanding stereo speakers are a thing of the past, then think again. Here’s a loudspeaker that has the whiff of revolution about it, claims Gary Steel.
ANDREW BAKER is so taken by Q Acoustics’ incredibly nicely priced entry level speakers that he nearly starts dancing around his living room like a maniac, forgoing all trace of modesty. Nearly.
This diminutive wireless speaker system promises an “infinite sweet spot”, but Steel is less impressed with the sound than he is its looks and set up simplicity.
Think that B&W’s Zeppelin is the only great wireless speaker system? Gary Steel’s here to tell you that there’s a new beauty in the room, and that the competition just got a whole lot hotter.
Gary Steel loves Martin Logan speakers. He loves that the brand is now available again in NZ. He loves the incredibly nicely priced ElectroMotion ESLs. Below, he blathers on endlessly about them, like a man newly smitten.