All the latest Hifi brand news from CES 2019 in Las Vegas, USA. More »

AudioControl along with Wolf Cinema, Seymour-Screen Excellence and Dynaudio will be at the 2019 CES in Las Vegas ,The Venetian, Suite 29-104. More »

An interesting new gadget, BassMe has been developed by the French startup company Studio-Duroy, founded in 2017 by Alban Duroy, Raphaël Guichard and Guillaume Lannoy. BassMe is an “innovative musical device”, a personal and wearable subwoofer that makes users feel music, games and movies. More »

The MQA team will be based in the Hi-Res Audio Pavilion, located in the largest and busiest area of the convention centre (Central Hall #14735). More »

Who’s the Qutest DAC of them all? Chord Electronics has launched what they claim to be “the most advanced compact DAC on the planet”, Qutest. More »

Vinyl on your TV, sounds a bit strange? Read on….Voxtok, which recently joined the Netgem Group as its dedicated Sound Division for innovative musical entertainment in TV and audio sectors, and Elipson, a French manufacturer of high-end audio solutions, are collaborating to provide an “enhanced and enriched vinyl record listening experience”. More »

Technics introduced the prototype of their Reference class SP-10R turntable at IFA last summer.  Now, at CES 2018, Technics are showing both this plus the new Technics SL-100R. More »

AudioControl are inviting visitors to CES 2018 this week to the Venetian 29-103 to experience the AudioControl Maestro M9 preamp/processor paired with the AudioControl Pantages G3 five-channel high current amplifier. More »

At CES 2018, Sennheiser will offer a first look at a prototype of a 3D Soundbar, the latest development in their AMBEO 3D audio program. The ability to experience AMBEO at home is a further milestone for Sennheiser’s 3D immersive audio technology, which can be explored and experienced first-hand at CES. More »

Aqua’s La Diva and new Formula xHD will be at CES Las Vegas USA, January 9-12, 2018, VENETIAN HOTEL – suite 35-307 as part of the LAMM Industries system. More »

McIntosh has now introduced its CES-launched MB50 network music player to the UK, bringing high-resolution wireless music streaming using DTS Play-Fi® technology to a range of connected devices in the home. More »

Chord Electronics has added a high-resolution USB Type-B input to its CES-unveiled Blu MkII upscaling CD transport. The USB input takes the place of the optical output seen on the prototype at CES and has been implemented following dealer demand for Blu MkII’s upscaling technology to be available to a wider range of digital devices. More »

PMC, manufacturer of studio and audiophile speakers, helped recreate the world famous Capitol Studios at the recent CES in Las Vegas, to expose visitors to the workings of a real studio and the benefits of high resolution audio. More »

The rPhono is the latest addition to Arcam’s Black Box rSeries. Previewed at CES and launching to the public at Bristol’s hifi Show at the end of February, the Arcam rPhono is designed specifically to upgrade an in-built phono stage or to add a turntable input to an existing amplifier. More »

Sound United, a company that develops and markets a diverse portfolio of audio brands, is showcasing a variety of new and recently announced products from its diverse portfolio of audio brands, including Polk Audio and Definitive Technology. More »

Chord Electronics has unveiled three new products at CES 2017: Poly, Blu Mk II and Hugo 2, all will be available early this year. 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 »

At CES 2017, new consumer audio brand Meters Music kicks off the roll-out of its range of home audio devices with the launch of the OV-1 headphones. The OV-1s feature “a high-quality and exquisitely engineered design with a dash of studio cool, via their unique, fully- functioning VU meters, together with a sound performance designed by the team – from parent company Ashdown Engineering – who make musical instrument amplifiers for many of the world’s biggest bands.” More »

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