Wilson Audio unveiled a very small loudspeaker at this year’s High End Munich..we are much more used to seeing and hearing their big offerings (and they were represented in plenty of rooms) so it was quite a contrast to find the TuneTot on display. More »

Vivid Audio say that their new KAYA range of loudspeakers is “Vivid in a more accessible format”. You get all the same GIYA technology inside a modern and more room friendly enclosure. The bass drivers have their own re-entrant exponential horn absorber, first found in the Laurence Dickie designed B&W Nautilus loudspeaker in the form of a snail’s shell. More »

According to the internets, Danish people are the happiest nationality in the world, hardly surprising when you look at some of the stunning Hifi brands that come from Denmark…plus Lego, let’s not forget Lego. More »

French brand, Focal, used High End Munich 2018 to launch its new Grande Utopia EM Evo and Stella Utopia EM Evo loudspeakers. This was another highly popular launch with standing room only for a lot of the world’s Hifi press. More »

So, what happens when you give the designers at PMC, a company known for its monitor speakers and strong links with pro audio, complete freedom to design a new, flagship pair of speakers?  Well that’s what we were dying to find out as we made our way into the packed press conference in the PMC room at the MOC Munich on Thursday. We were expecting something pretty special as the new speakers were being hyped as PMC’s most significant launch since the BB5 in the early 90’s. More »

The rumours are true, there is a new ‘Tot’ on the way for the Wilson Audio family. More »

HIFI PIG ADVERTISING PROMOTION

 

Hifi Pig brings you a series of promotional articles about our Great British Brands exhibiting at High End Munich 2018. We let them tell you all about their philosophy and products.

 From PMC, the most significant product launch since the introduction of the first BB5 loudspeaker for the BBC Maida Vale Studio in 1990. More »

Nomadic Audio, who are a sub-brand of Morel Hifi, launched the Speakase on Kickstarter last month. It’s a carry-on suitcase that transforms into a large Hifi quality speaker by utilising the suitcase’s internal volume with a slim Bluetooth audio device. More »

Studio19, who are based in North London, have announced the launch of the Solo E500T and E500X-EQ speakers. The Solo E500 T and 500X-EQ are built using patented Dual Pressure Air Compression (DPAC), super-bass technology and Enhanced 360° Optimised Sound. More »

TAGA Harmony, who manufacture speakers and audio electronics, have unveiled the first models in their totally new Platinum v.3 series. More »

Alan Clark at Kralk Audio in Yorkshire, England has designed a budget range of speakers and called them The TBD range, standing for The Dogs B******s. Ian Ringstead auditions the TDB4s, the second smallest of the range and costing £355 to £465, depending on the finish chosen, to ascertain whether these really are the dog’s danglies, or indeed a dog’s dinner.   More »

Made in Finland these floorstanding loudspeakers from Amphion cost £3600. LIonel Payne takes a listen for Hifi Pig.  More »

Muraudio has announced the launch of the new SP1 loudspeaker. Based on their Domain Omni series of loudspeakers and Muraudio’s high output continuous curve electrostatic technology, the SP1 incorporates many of the same components in a smaller, lighter speaker. More »

Hifi Pig review of the Audiovector SR3 Avantgarde loudspeakers costing £6500. More »

Tutti Studio, an audio entertainment company who say that they are “focused around the social party scene”, have announced their new wireless party speaker, the Matti which aims to serve as the modern day boombox. More »

Danish Scansonic are the sister company of Danish brand Raidho. Scansonic’s new MK-5 is a compact two-way mini-monitor, featuring the same sealed ribbon planar magnetic tweeter found in the brand’s Raidho-inspired M-series. More »

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

ECLIPSE, the Japanese loudspeaker brand, will be demonstrating their waveform reproduction technology at this year’s Sound and Vision 2018, following a collaboration with Stockton-on-Tees hi-fi distributor, Decent Audio. More »

Ophidian will be exhibiting again at the Bristol Sound and Vision show this year in room 406. More »

French loudspeaker brand Triangle has introduced two new subwoofers, expanding its Thetis and Tales ranges. More »

After their UK launch in London last week, Magico sent us further information about their new, more affordable loudspeaker, the A3. More »

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