News

  • Tue, 26/09/2017
    London based Tisbury Audio has announced its first phono stage. The Domino has selectable gain settings and input loading to allow “virtually any MM or MC cartridge to be used.read more
  • Thu, 14/09/2017
    This weekend sees Birmingham’s Hyatt Regency (not shown above) open its doors for the Audio & AV Show 2017. The exhibition opens its doors at 10am on Saturday 16th September runs until 4pm on Sunday 17th. The event is “an opportunity to experience the world’s finest audio and visual products – at all budgets – in one place”.read more

How To

  • Mon, 21/08/2017
    Getting a turntable is the beginning of a beautiful journey into sound but like any other precision machine a turntable and the vinyl it plays benefit from careful treatment.read more

Latest Reviews

  • Tue, 12/09/2017
    When Naim announced the new Uniti models last year little did we know just how different they would be to the range that was replaced. Gone is the brushed aluminium facia and black paint finish and with it the straightforward rectangular box construction. Now we have a shiny and slick bit of casework design that will have flat earthers spinning along with their LP12s. read more

Show Report

  • August, 2017
    Iconic images come to mind as soon as Sydney is mentioned: the Opera House, a cricket ground which has seen so much England misery over the years, famous beaches and that bridge. All picture postcard stuff.  Less well-known is the InterContinental... read more

Features

  • Mon, 25/09/2017
    The death was reported last week of long-time audio doyenne John Borwick who devoted his life to all things audio After 11 years at the BBC, where he began as a Studio Manager and became an instructor in Studio Operations, he was made anchor-man of a weekly programme directed at a growing hobby of audio enthusiasts and entitled ‘Sound’. It attracted all the top names in audio at the time, the likes of Gilbert Briggs of Wharfedale fame and Quad’s founder the illustrious Peter Walker.