TAGA Harmony, a European manufacturer of speakers and audio electronics, has announced a new addition to the TCW Custom Install speaker series. More »
Arcam of Cambridge, UK, are at CES 2017, in the Venetian Rooms 30/210 & 30/212. They are launching three new products in their rSeries and Home Cinema range. More »
Q Acoustics has announced its ‘7000i’ 5.1 Style Home Cinema Speaker package is to benefit from a subwoofer upgrade. Q Acoustics is a brand of Armour Home Electronics. More »
AudioControl, the Seattle based designers and manufacturers of audio solutions for the residential, commercial and automotive markets has announced the availability of DTS:X and DTS Neural Surround for their Concert AVR-7 and AVR-9 home theatre receivers as well as their Maestro M9 theatre processor. These surround formats are available now and can be added to models already in the field via firmware update. More »
OPPO Digital have announced that the new UDP-203 4K Ultra HD Blu-ray Disc player is ready for release. It is the successor to the BDP-103 series universal Blu-ray Disc player, the UDP-203 More »
For over 40 years, Supra have been a hifi and AV cable manufacturer, designing their own products and making them in Sweden. To help celebrate this anniversary, Supra are launching a limited edition version of the award winning LoRad 2.5 shielded mains cable: The LoRad 2.5 SPC. More »
Onkyo today unveiled an LS7200 3D Soundbar System that combines Dolby Atmos and DTS:X audio playback with next-generation network casting via DTS Play-Fi technology*, AirPlay, and FireConnect* multi-room distribution. More »
North London post production facility, ACE has a reputation for mixing some of the UK’s biggest TV music shows, including Later with Jools Holland and Glastonbury for the BBC. Its sound facility is managed by Tudor Davies and Richard Sillitto. More »
Loewe, the German manufacturer of televisions and AV equipment, has announced the first of a new generation of speakers called ‘klang’ (‘klang’ means ‘sound’ in German). The klang 1 is a pair of satellite speakers designed to work in many configurations, from stereo to surround sound. More »
Onkyo can now confirm retail prices for its three new RZ series A/V products:-
- TX-RZ3100 THX Select2 Plus-certified, 11.2-channel Network A/V Receiver – £2499
- TX-RZ1100 9.2-channel Network A/V Receiver – £1999
- PR-RZ5100 Flagship THX Ultra2 Plus-certified, 11.2-channel Network A/V Controller – £2499
All three models available this month.
In addition, due to post-Brexit currency shifts, there will also be price rises (with immediate effect) for four other current Onkyo products:-
- A-9010 (UK) Integrated Stereo Amplifier – £229 (formerly £199)
- C-N7050 CD player with Network Functionality – £399 (formerly £349)
- HT-S5805 Dolby Atmos 5.1.2-channel Home Cinema Package – £749 (formerly £699)
- HT-S9700THX 7.1-channel THX Integrated/System Plus, Home Cinema Package – £1199 (formerly £999)
Essential Install Live! South next week, the 6th and 7th July at Sandown Park, Esher, Surrey is the show to go to if you are interested in high-quality audio visual equipment, Hi-Fi, home cinema and home automation. As well as product launches and demonstrations there will also be full home cinema demos and a competition where smart home installers compete against the clock to find faults in our the Essential Install Live! Integrator Challenge. Loads of free car parking and a rail station near by mean getting there is a doddle. Entry is free.
Just some of the brands you can see include: Monitor Audio, HDL, Sky, Demopad, Blustream, Sonos, Triax, Atlantic Technology, Cabasse, Parasound, Pulse-Eight, Russound Lode Audio, ZeeVee, Arteor, Vantage, NuVo, Artcoustic, Basalte, Gira, Revox and Theben, SpeakerCraft, LG, Leviton, Dahua, Wyrestorm, Sonance, Ruckus, Vantage, Mode, Yamaha, JVC, Paradigm, Comelit, Just Add Power, KEF,Sanus, Gefen, Savant, Atlona, Amina, URC, Marantz and Loewe.
Raumfeld, the maker of high-fidelity multi-room streaming speakers, is launching the Raumfeld Sounddeck in the UK in December. Through innovative Wellenfeld Technology, the Sounddeck has a extremely wide-ranging sweet spot. Designed to add a much needed boost to the sound quality of modern flat-TVs, the Sounddeck provides users with both Hi-Fi music and immersive movie sound, for multi-room streaming and TV connectivity in one beautiful device that ha no need for an external subwoofer, so it works well in smaller rooms, but can handle the weight of the biggest TVs on the market.
German-engineered, the Sounddeck employs six High-End drivers, two Downfire-Subwoofers and integrated 280-Watt-Class-D-amp and music. A timeless design, available in matte black or silk white, it features a lacquered wooden cabinet with brushed aluminium accents.
The “Priority Edition” of the Sounddeck is available in matte black and silk white from 4th September at £949.99 (incl. 20% VAT). Delivery before Christmas is guaranteed. Orders with delivery date in spring 2016 will be available at £799.99 (incl. 20% VAT). For a limited time, the Sounddeck also comes with a voucher for three months of the music streaming service TIDAL HiFi, plus free shipping is available