German turntable brand, Clearaudio, has announced the Tracer radial tonearm, taking the company’s family of radial and tangential arms ten. More »

Goebel have been producing their Epoque loudspeaker series since its launch around 6 years ago. They have been working on a new version, soon to be unveiled, the Epoque Aeon. More »

Feliks Audio has just launched a new entry level headphone amplifier called Echo, a “back to basics” headphone amp which can drive mid to high impedance headphones. It also has a fully protected pre-amp functionality. More »

Brainwavz has released its S0 IEM noise isolating earphones. The S0 IEM are the latest in the Brainwavz range of over 25 earphones and headphones. More »

Each month we bring you the fantastic, and free Hifi Pig E-magazine.  The whole month in an easy to read format with exclusive new content. This month there is an in-depth interview with Holger Fromme of German Horn manufacturer, Avantgarde Acoustic. More »

Audeze, the American headphone manufacturer, are best known for their audiophile, planar magnetic headphones and in-ear monitors. However, now they have moved into the gaming world with their new, crowd-funded Mobius headphones. More »

Denon is introducing a pure AV-Amplifier after a long absence from the AV market. This will be the first AV-Amplifier Denon have released since their AVC-A1HDA back in 2009. The AVC-X8500H is a 13.2 channel AV Amplifier and features Dolby Atmos, DTS:X and Auro 3D surround decoding, with 13 channels of built-in amplification. More »

TAGA Harmony have released their second vacuum tube amplifier, the TTA-500. More »

Black Cat Cable has launched their Lupino cable, a word which means “Little Wolf” in Italian, as a trickled-down version of their “Lupo” interconnect. More »

McIntosh who have been designing and building audio for over 65 years, has announced a new turntable The MT2 Precision. More »

Onkyo has combined Dynamic Audio Amplification with wireless multi-room audio technologies, 4K video support, and 3D audio in a 165 W/Ch (6 ohms, 1 kHz, THD 1%, 1-channel driven) THX-certified Select A/V receiver, the TX-NR686. More »

TAGA Harmony HTA-800 is a 50W / 8ohm hybrid integrated amplifier utilising two 6N3 tubes in the preamp section and four Toshiba transistors at the output. High-performance tubes and a high-power shielded toroidal 200W transformer provides stable power. More »

KEF has announced a new in-wall architectural loudspeaker, the Ci5160REF-THX. More »

February is a very busy month on the Hifi Calendar.  We have traveled to one of the UK’s biggest Hifi shows, Bristol Sound and Vision 2018, and brought you all the Hifi News from around the world, catch up now and make sure that you haven’t missed anything! More »

Get all the Bristol Hifi Show coverage in one place with Hifi Pig….bringing you lots of lovely pictures and our thoughts on the show right here…..catch up now! More »

Taga Harmony have been pretty busy with a trio of new products announced. More »

Atoll Electronics, based in Normandy, France, has announced their Signature range. The all new designs include 2 integrated amplifiers IN200 (pictured) & IN300 with an optional integral DSD DAC with Bluetooth and optional phono stage. More »

Under their connector sub-brand “XOX”, Black Cat Cable has released two levels of Banana-to-Spade adapters in order to convert banana-terminated loudspeaker cables for use with a variety of binding posts that do not otherwise allow for use with banana terminations. More »

Living Voice, the British High End loudspeaker brand, will be at an event from the 13th of March hosted by HiFiLinzbach presenting a specially commissioned pair of Vox Palladian & Palladian Basso. (The pictured pair are from High End Munich 2017) More »

The Chord Company has launched ChordOhmic,a new silver-plated loudspeaker plug developed from the flagship ChordMusic and Sarum T speaker plug. We were treated to the news at Sound and Vision Bristol 2018. More »

On the 9th of October 1918, two Danish engineers founded the Electrical Phono Film Company with a few businessmen who would support the organization financially. After a name change to Ortofon A/S in 1951, the company expanded their expertise away from film sound systems into phono pick-up cartridges for the growing vinyl audio market. More »

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