AV Industry from France has announced the launch of the Infinite Series, a new range of dedicated home theatre speakers. Made in Elipson’s factory in France, the Infinite Series includes three different speakers offering a solution for dedicated viewing rooms.   More »

Dynaudio, the Danish speaker manufacturer, has teamed up with  Custom AV Distribution to take it to launch their custom install architectural range of speakers in the UK. The Dynaudio Custom Studio range harnesses the same core technology and research from the past 40 years of the company’s work. It places it all in i pre-install mounts, tool-free clip-in speaker modules, and completes the picture with paintable magnetic grilles. More »

Bowers & Wilkins has created new Prestige Editions of its 802 and 805 models, featuring a special Santos Rosewood finish. More »

Shinola of Detroit has partnered with Barefoot Sound, a manufacturer of professional audio recording monitors, to create their first bookshelf speaker system with Bluetooth® technology. This introduction marks the first time Barefoot Sound has ventured out of the pro audio market. More »

The RMB 40/4 Loudspeakers (£3000) are a distinctive and interesting design, Dave Robson takes a listen. More »

After the premiere of their new 10″ driver, the F10 Neo, and Nenuphar loudspeakers, at the 2018 Hi Fi Deluxe, Cube Audio  have been concentrating on the production of them. More »

Node, who we encountered for the first time at the North West Audio Show 2018, is the vision of British industrial designers Ashley May and David Evans, who set out to ‘reimagine what could be possible from a modern loudspeaker’.  More »

With the introduction of the new M-Series from Scansonic HD, new materials and designs have been incorporated into their M-Series. A new and different driver design has been developed for this new series that includes three different speaker models. More »

ECLIPSE, the Japanese loudspeaker brand, was chosen by twice Grammy-nominated musician Amy Dickson for the launch of GVIDO, the world’s first electronic music score/sheet system, held at the famous Abbey Road Studios (Studio 2) in May. More »

Henley Audio have announced the UK introduction of the Klipsch® RF-7 III loudspeakers. First unveiled by Klipsch in the USA during early 2018, the speakers expand on the Reference II version with new upgrades and enhancements. The RF-7 III and matching RC-64 Centre Channel are the only Reference Line speakers still designed and assembled in the USA, in the Klipsch factory in Hope, Arkansas. More »

Dan Worth takes a listen to the Goldenear Triton 5 floorstanding loudspeakers which for £2300 looks at face value to be a lot of speaker for the money.  More »

MarkAudio Sota got in touch to tell us all about their new loudspeaker that they are exhibiting at the North West Audio Show. More »

Falcon Acoustics have launched their R.A.M. Studio series speakers. Falcon are known for hand-building the LS3/5a monitor to the original BBC spec, alongside its new Reference Audio Monitor (R.A.M.) range. More »

The New Spendor A7 (£2,995.00 pair inc VAT) is a major revision of the Spendor’s A6R floor standing loudspeaker. They are 100% designed and manufactured in the UK.          More »

We spotted a very interesting loudspeaker at the Hifi Deluxe show last month, whilst visiting the High End Munich 2018 show, though we could not get more information at the time, Bayz Audio have sent us more details on this fascinating, and we thought lovely sounding, loudspeaker. More »

AV Industry from France has announced their entry into the ATMOS speaker sector with Dolby certified products across their three audio brands, Elipson, Tangent and Eltax. More »

Triangle, the French speaker manufacturer, has just revealed its new active speakers: the Sensa range. The Triangle Sensa speakers benefit from the research that Triangle conducted for the active speakers Elara, with the aim of making speakers at more affordable prices. More »

“I was very lucky to make it over to Munich this year in what is undoubtedly the best show in the calendar. More than ever there were more new manufacturers as well as the traditional names we have heard over the years. Fink Audio are one of the newer names in the street, though their work is probably more well-known than they would let you know. This is a company best known for acoustic evaluation, involved in the creation of loudspeakers for other brands, who hire them because of their expertise, experience and excellent in-house simulation and measurement facilities. Whilst loudspeaker brands might not admit to using their skills, Fink also create speakers under their own name, notably the MW 4 speaker a year ago…” More »

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 »

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