Melbourne hi-fi show gathers together many of the juiciest examples of audiophile goodness for your delectation (and it’s a record fair, too)
Rated reviews of consumer technology products by the Witchdoctor team and affiliated technology writers
Who wouldn’t want to listen to the best sound they can get? RICHARD VAREY submits to the charms of two pieces of esoterica par excellence.
PAT PILCHER finds adding smarts to dumb appliances isn’t all that hard after all and it’s all thanks to a plug. Yes that’s right: a plug!
PAT PILCHER is rather taken with the arresting design and nifty features of HP’s dual laptop/tablet Spectre x360.
RICHARD VAREY puts two splendiferous Shanghai-made preamps through their paces and is surprised at their natural, relaxed and dynamic sound properties.
While many have fond memories of Sony Walkman’s in the 1980s, PAT PILCHER finds that the revived brand is a very different beast, and its hi-res promise a real ear-pleaser.
RICHARD VAREY discovers a very fine valve amplifier that’s made in Porirua. Yes, you heard right! Read on for his full review.
PAT PILCHER has to get his ears tested when he is unexpectedly blown away by the sonic properties of a cheap-as-chips Sony soundbar.