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Bose Debuts New Headphone Trio: Hands-On With New QuietComfort Ultra Headphones and Earbuds
Bose unveils its new QuietComfort Ultra Headphones ($429) in advance of the holiday buying season. The company has also released a new set of flagship earbuds -- the QuietComforts Ultra Earbuds ($299) All the new QC models, as they're often referred to, are available for preorder now.See the Story
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FiiO's pocket-sized DAC could take your iPhone 15's music to the next level
The FiiO KA13 is a portable USB DAC for your headphones. Comes with a USB-C toUSB-C cable so you can plug it directly into the iPhone 15. Can play 32-bit/384kHz as well as native DSD256 hi-resolution files.See the Story
iFi’s new DAC and headphone amp ups its audio game with aptX Lossless Bluetooth
iFi's Neo iDSD 2 is a high-end DAC-cum-headphone amp. It claims to be the world's first DAC that can support aptX Lossless Bluetooth. The Neo can deliver more than 5,550mW into 32 ohms from its balanced 4.4mm output. It will be available from selected retailers from October at a price of €899.See the Story
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McIntosh's House of Sound NYC townhouse is the AV pad of our dreams
McIntosh opens House of Sound in Chelsea, New York City. Features McIntosh, Sonus Faber, Pro-Ject turntables and Rotel electronics. Also features pieces by Baxter, USM, Sony, Kaleidescape, ScreenResearch, RoonLabs, Abyss, HRS, and Audioquest.See the Story
The wait is over – Rega's 'groundbreaking' Naia reference turntable is here
The Rega Naia is a new high-end turntable from British brand Rega. It's a product-ready version of the conceptual Rega Naiad. The Naia comes with a brand new titanium tonearm, and a skeletal plinth made of carbon fibre.See the Story
Musical Fidelity's Mx8TT is a monster of a turntable with a mammoth price tag
Musical Fidelity M8xTT takes inspiration from its M1 record player from 2002. New spinner combines high-mass and isolation design principles, which Musical Fidelity claims produces an improved sound and technical performance. The 31.5kg player will be available in late 2023 at a price of £8,249 / AU$18,000.See the Story
Audiolab challenges Naim with feature-packed flagship 9000N streamer
The Audiolab 9000N streamer is available now in a choice of black or silver, priced at €2499 / $3499 / AU$5499. Features include streaming services such as Tidal, Qobuz, Spotify and TuneIn Radio. Spotify and Tidal can also be streamed directly from their native apps, thanks to 'Connect' support for both. AirPlay 2, UPnP and Roon are supported to round out a comprehensive catalogue of streaming features.See the Story