With billions of CDs in circulation, Mitchell & Johnson’s have launched their new British-made CD player.

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Following on from the April launch of the Melody X, Marantz has launched the new Marantz Melody M-CR412, featuring CD playback, FM/DAB+ radio and built-in Bluetooth.

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Sheffield based Moorgate Acoustics has been selling Hifi equipment for 37 years. But this year company director Paul Hobson has finally realised his dream of opening a record store in the basement of their Woodseats showroom.

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Glorious is a company known for their stylish, yet functional, units and displays for both Hifi and DJ applications. These new pieces are available through Henley Audio.

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Audio Research has announced an SE update to the CD6 and Reference CD9 Transport/DAC.

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Nordost has introduced a newly upgraded disc-set of their System Set-Up & Tuning Disc, offering more content and features than their original disc.

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Audio engineering company ATC is introducing two new system components. The CD2 CD player and SIA2-100 2-channel integrated Amp/DAC are designed to work together, or individually to upgrade existing sources or amplifiers. They join a range of audio electronic products and loudspeaker systems designed and built in Stroud, mostly by hand, for studio and Hifi applications.

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Dan Worth takes a listen to the catchily named x-odos – xo|one CD Ripping Streamer costing £7500 and hailing from Germany. 

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Furutech’s new ASB-1 antistatic brush is an upgrade on the earlier SK-III, and is a simple-to-use gadget that effectively removes unwanted static charge from just about anything – from CDs and vinyl records to camera lenses. More »

Primare has announced the shipping of the first Prisma models: the I35 Prisma integrated amplifier/network player and CD35 Prisma CD/network player. More »

NAD Electronics has announced their new C 538 CD player which is available now with an MSRP of £249.00. Though music downloads and streaming continue to grow in popularity, many consumers still have a vast collection of CDs and need a player to enjoy them. NAD has continued to develop its CD players as part of its development in digital technology. More »

Metronome Technologie’s Kalista brand are launching the DreamPlay ONE  to complete their DreamPlay range. DreamPlay ONE is an integrated CD turntable and the French brand say it is more affordable than the combination of the DreamPlay CD and Kalista DAC. More »

McIntosh has announced the MCT500 SACD/CD Transport. The MCT500 is a digital only unit and features 4 digital outputs: industry standard balanced, coax and optical outputs plus the MCT connector. It can be paired with any product that has standard digital inputs and a DAC. More »

The £4100 Lector 707 CD Player, here with the top level power supply, the PSU-7T, is made in Italy, has a valve output stage and a top loading transport. Dominic Marsh and Lionel Payne. put it through its paces.   More »

Onkyo is continuing its tradition of compact hifi with the introduction of three new package systems comprising the flagship CS-N775D Multi-room Receiver System, CS-N575D Multi-room Hi-Fi CD System, and CS-375D CD Receiver System. Onkyo say that they “blend component-grade musicality with effortless operation for people of all ages, especially those less familiar with network audio”. More »

McIntosh has launched their new MCT80 SACD/CD Transport. They want you to “Enjoy your CDs all over again!” More »

T+A of Germany has announced the launch of its new CALA Receiver range – CALA SR and CALA CDR (with CD mechanism). An alternative to separates, the CALA range offers a range of features within a single receiver unit, including compatibility with streaming services (TIDAL, Deezer and qobuz), playback via UPnP network music servers and USB storage media, FM, FM-HD and DAB+ radio, SP/DIF and optical digital inputs, HD Bluetooth connectivity and analogue inputs (including a switchable aux/MM or high output MC turntable input). More »

Metronome of France are launching a new range of products in September. With this new line they are focusing on “high-resolution and network playing”. More »

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