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Nothing Ear (1) review: unique sonic value, or nothing new

Details: 2 days ago · Nothing ventured, nothing gained: Nothing Ear (1) has the specifications to become a budget headphone contender, but the sound is a good step below class-leading Well, here goes Nothing. If you think we’re being a little harsh or negative right from the get-go of this review, …

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Chord 2yu review What Hi-Fi

Details: This talented Chord 2go/2yu pairing is a versatile digital source if you already have a DAC in your system We first reviewed Chord’s 2go streamer module a little more than a year ago. At the time it was partnered with the company’s award-winning portable DAC, the Hugo 2, and the result was a

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Marantz PM7000N review

Details: Our past reviews of Marantz products have, on occasion, highlighted a tendency for the sonic character to lack excitement, however, there’s more than enough on show here as Bon Iver’s 666ʇ takes centre stage through our speakers. The PM7000N handles the track’s percussive dynamics well, conveying the album’s exuberant electronica vibe

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Klipsch Heresy IV review What Hi-Fi

Details: Klipsch makes much of the efficiency of its speakers – including the Heresy IV – and other reviews I have read seem always to give it a mention, but I have to say that although I could hear they were efficient (efficient speakers seem to imbue a certain ‘presence’ and excitement into any music played through them) and I could hear that

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NAD Masters M33 review What Hi-Fi

Details: NAD’s M33 BluOS Streaming DAC Integrated Amplifier is a rip-roaring success in all important regards, and innovates in several key areas. It continues to evolve the close integration of one of the leading streaming and multiroom technologies, the high-res capable BluOS, with a powerful hi-fi amplifier of high quality.

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Hands on: Naim Solstice Special Edition review What Hi-Fi

Details: 'Hands on reviews' are a journalist's first impressions of a piece of kit based on spending some time with it. It may be just a few moments, or a few hours. The important thing is we have been able to play with it ourselves and can give you some sense of …

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Yamaha Aventage RX-A2A review What Hi-Fi

Details: The RX-A2A carries seven channels of power, each rated at 100W into eight ohms when using reasonably hi-fi-level parameters (across 20-20kHz with 0.06% THD, two channels driven). For comparative purposes against less confidently-stated rivals, Yamaha lists 150W when measured at 1kHz with 10% THD allowed, a standard often used for quoting AV

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Tribit XSound Go review

Details: We seldom begin our reviews with a complaint, nevertheless, on this occasion, we feel duty-bound. There’s little point in a company creating a highly-specified Bluetooth speaker, such as the Tribit XSound Go, only to then consistently undersell it.

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Shure Aonic 50 review

Details: The Aonic 50s support Bluetooth 5.0, while Shure has also included full aptX and aptX HD support – the latter means these headphones will support wireless hi-res audio up to 32-bit/48kHz from a compatible source. AptX Low Latency should ensure the headphones should avoid any issues with lip-sync, and that proves to be the case during testing.

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Audio-Technica AT-LP7 review What Hi-Fi

Details: The Audio-Technica AT-LP7 (costing about £600) is the latest in a long line of turntables made by Audio-Technica, many of which were designed specifically for the professional DJ market. It’s a two-speed (33 and 45rpm), belt-driven deck that comes fitted with a J-shaped tonearm fitted with a removable AT-HS10 headshell.

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Wharfedale Elysian 4 review What Hi-Fi

Details: Wharfedale Elysian 4 at Crutchfield for $4,997.50. Wharfedale Elysian 4 tech specs. (Image credit: Wharfedale) Type Three-way floorstander. Sensitivity 92dB/W/m. Frequency response 30Hz-22kHz. Impedance 8ohm compatible. Dimension (hwd) 119 x 40 x 43cm. Weight 49.5kg.

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Sony XBR-55A8H review

Details: The A8H even does a good job with the ropey SD picture of the first series of Red Dwarf. Again, the picture is bright and vibrant but balanced, and while a certain amount of fuzz and blurring is inevitable from a low-quality signal, it’s impressive how watchable the picture is. Few TVs are as good with standard-def as this Sony.

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Yamaha RX-V6A review What Hi-Fi

Details: Yamaha RX-V receivers have been around for a good long time. We looked back through our reviews and found we’d reviewed an RX-V receiver back in 1999… our own digital records get sparse beyond that, but to save us searching in basement filing cabinets, Yamaha reminds us that the 1999 model was far from the first of the breed, as Yamaha began shipping the RX-V850 and RX …

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Cambridge Audio AXC35 review What Hi-Fi

Details: Cambridge Audio AXC35 tech specs. (Image credit: Cambridge Audio) Frequency response 20Hz to 20kHz. Output impedance <50 ohms. Gapless Playback Yes. Maximum power 15W. Dimensions (hwd) 7.5 x 43 x 30.5cm. Weight 4.3kg. This slimline CD player stands just 7.5cm tall, and though we don’t recommend stacking your hi-fi components, its stackable

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Cambridge Audio DacMagic 200M review What Hi-Fi

Details: Cambridge Audio’s flagship DacMagic 200M is the DAC equivalent of an all-inclusive holiday that not only offers flights, meals and accommodation but also throws in room upgrades, free excursions and unlimited ice-cream for the kids.

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Optoma UHD42 review What Hi-Fi

Details: Optoma UHD42 at Richer Sounds for £1,199; The UHD42 has a pair of speakers powered by 10W of amplification. If you have an external sound system, there’s the option of either a 3.5mm analogue out or an optical if you’d prefer to boost the audio without going down the path of a dedicated home cinema set-up.There are two HDMI ports.

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Grado GS3000e review What Hi-Fi

Details: Grado GS3000e tech specs. (Image credit: Grado) Transducer type Dynamic. Operating principle Open Air. Frequency response 4Hz to 51kHz. Nominal impedance 32 ohms. Driver matched .05dB. But, perhaps surprisingly, the GS3000es are comfortable, and at around 300g on our scales, they’re pretty light for high-end headphones.

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Best Elac speakers 2021: budget to premium What Hi-Fi

Details: 54 Amazon customer reviews Elac's 2.0 range has undergone a bit of a design overhaul compared to the original Debut. The F5.2’s black vinyl wrapped MDF cabinets are larger and more robust than their predecessors and incorporate special internal bracing for …

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Rotel Michi S5 / P5 review What Hi-Fi

Details: This Michi P5/S5 combo gets it right. Really nails it, in fact. If you want good looks, insanely high power output, low noise, superb performance and, most importantly, great sound, you’ve arrived at your destination. Best DACs: USB, portable and desktop DACs.

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Wharfedale Diamond 12.3 review What Hi-Fi

Details: Weight 19.5kg (each) These speakers are available in four finishes: black, walnut, white and a rather classy light oak. And the drive units are just as admirable. The 12.3 are a 2.5-way design where the upper 13cm driver covers everything from midrange downwards, leaving the second one to reinforce the lows.

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Cambridge Audio AXA35 review What Hi-Fi

Details: We’re surprised Cambridge Audio managed to find the time to build the AXA35 stereo amplifier. After all, it’s been a busy 12 months for the British hi-fi brand – first we saw the launch of its high-end Edge range of separates, with its fantastic Edge NQ streaming preamp, then there was the Alva TT turntable, a premium Bluetooth deck with plenty going for it.

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Bowers & Wilkins PX7 review What Hi-Fi

Details: Build. (Image credit: Bowers & Wilkins) The PXs were among the first headphones to support Qualcomm’s aptX HD Bluetooth – a high-quality codec that enables the wireless transmission of 24-bit hi-res audio – but the PX7s and their siblings, the PX5 on-ears (£270) and PI3 (£170) and PI4 (£270) sporty earbuds, are the first aptX Adaptive

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