Wharfedale’s D300 series of loudspeakers were pretty amazing for the price anyway, in fact, when we reviewed the Wharfedale D320 standmounters, we liked them so much, they got our ‘Outstanding Product Award’ and both Harry and Stuart bought a pair!

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Liedtke-Metalldesign, of Germany, have released a new speaker stand called LM-XTC, which is available in different colours and stand heights.

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To celebrate its history, Wharfedale has established the Heritage Series, recreations of famous models from its past, entirely re-engineered using contemporary techniques and materials. The latest loudspeaker to join this collection is the Linton.

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Made in Italy and with an unusual aesthetic, the Mya speakers from Nime Audio certainly look the high-end part, but what do they sound like. Stuart Smith cocks an ear to these €12500 beauties.

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Xavian have announced their our brand new Classic Series reference monitors, which offer “classic appearance and the most up-to-date technologies” Xavian can offer.

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Made in the Czech Republic but with an Italian heritage, Xavian Perla loudspeakers are a smallish loudspeaker made of solid oak and costing €1990 plus stands. Could these be the pearl in the oyster you have been looking for?

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If you are in the market for a sub-£200 loudspeaker you have lots of options, but Wharfedale is a name that has been in this market for donkeys’ years and so if only for that reason their D320 standmounters attracted our attention. But how do they perform? Harry and Stuart Smith find out. 

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Gauder Akustik, the German loudspeaker company, co-owned by Dr Roland Gauder, have released images of their new Darc 40 prototype.

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A year ago, Danish audio brand Gamut joined Raidho and Scansonic as part of the Dantax group of companies.

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Kudos Audio has unveiled a brand new member of its flagship Titan series of loudspeakers. Previewed at the 2018 Bristol Sound & Vision Show, the Titan 505 is a standmount model designed to deliver stunning, top-of-range performance to a wider reach of spaces and budgets. More »

British audio brand KEF, has announced the launch of its brand new R Series loudspeaker range. With many technological innovations and design improvements, the new R Series draws on acoustic developments originally achieved in KEF’s flagship Reference Series. No fewer than 1043 individual changes have been made for the new R Series. More »

With a fine heritage of experience behind them, Fyne are a new company based in Scotland. Here Alan McIntosh takes a listen to their £600 Standmount model f500. 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 »

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 »

The first showing of the Amare Musica Diamond Firefly loudspeakers took place at the Audio Video Show 2017 in Warsaw, last November. More »

Kralk Audio are a small company headed up by Alan Clark and based in the North of England. The Elite 2s are a standmount speaker with an off board crossover and cost £2500. Ian Ringstead fires them up.  More »

Bowers & Wilkins have just launched their new 700 Series loudspeakers, which, they say, develops the ethos of the CM Series that the 700 series replaces, plus adds technology from the 800 Series Diamond and new, bespoke acoustic innovations. More »

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