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Question: "what is the best loudspeaker in the world?". Answer: "listen to Martin Logan's Summit  X". There is no "best" of course. But the Summit X see-through electrostatic panel is extraordinary technology and the bass bin supporting it has had time and effort spent on making it match. This is an expert's loudspeaker: no warm cuddly boxy sound, but one that is devastatingly accurate, ruthlessly revealing and has that delicious airy quality only fine electrostatics have. Read about what could be described as "the best loudspeaker in the world".   Read more...

 

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NAIM announce three new Nait amplifiers. Read more...

 

PMC demo laser scanning at NPL labs. Read more...

 

TANNOY launch of Definition DC10A Alnico. Read more...

 

upvsiteHI-FI WORLD receives Rohde & Schwarz audio analyser. Read more...

 

 

 

 

FiiO X3 DIGITAL AUDIO PLAYER

A high resolution digital audio player for just £150 in the UK? Is this an irresistable bargain? Read our review of this great little portable player, one that will drive headphones or a hi-fi equally well. Read more...

 

LATEST ISSUE

APRIL 2014 ISSUE

In our April 2014 issue we review Tannoy's new DC10A loudspeakers, £11,500 floor standers that are every inch a Tannoy – big and dynamic, with a sound that invokes awe. Beautifully finished and elegantly imposing, they are loudspeakers worth reading about. And of course they are Cryogenically treated. Read our review, backed up by advanced measurement, in the April 14 issue.
    CD and SACD never sounded so good as they did through the new McIntosh MCD550 player, reviewer Martin Pipe felt, but if your pocket cannot stretch to its £6395 price tag, then read our CD feature that explains how to  get top results for £400.


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AUDIOLAB Q-DAC REVIEW

Audiolab's recently introduced Q-DAC is a cut-down version version of their innovative M-DAC: you get filters to tweak the sound, USB and a volume control. It keeps all the best bits but costs just £400 in the U.K. Can you afford not to have one?  Read more...

 

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