Don't-Miss Home Audio Stories
An entry-level integrated amplifier from Yamaha and home-theater receiver from Pioneer give budget-conscious fans lots to cheer about.
Venerable British audio company Bowers & Wilkins has been snapped up by a startup that's flush with Silicon Valley cash. Little-known Eva Automation has no publicly announced products, but it has top-notch management and superstar backing. Better still, B&W's Joe Atkins will remain as CEO.
Weatherproof, paintable enclosures house 1.0-inch tweeters and either 6.5- or 8.0-inch woofers.
New Marantz and Pioneer models tout robust streaming features and immersive audio for budget-conscious consumers.
The new products carry the same model names, with an HS2 suffix to denote they're of the new platform.
Roon 1.2 update turns just about any device on your network—new or old—into a powerful, multizone networked music streamer.
The new WXA-50 can power traditional speakers, while the WXC-50 can be paired with an existing hi-fi system.
Ordinary audio goes into this black box; extraordinary audio comes out. What's the secret?
Denon's new AVR-S720W and AVR-S920W receivers to deliver nearly every major audio and video feature you could ask for.
Hub by Ekko is the most intriguing multi-room audio system we've seen since Sonos, but it's a year or more from coming to market.
It's unclear when other manufacturers will release DTS:X firmware updates.
Amazon Echo gets millions more songs with Spotify, but only with a $10 per month Premium subscription.
The $500 Fi70 includes 8-inch woofers, 5-inch midranges, and 1-inch tweeters and is powered by a 280-watt amp.
Many music lovers prefer vinyl LP records over even the highest-definition digital recordings. Getting the most out of vinyl requires a finely crafted, precision turntable. Here are seven beauties.
Sony's attractive Glass Speaker is an affordable version of a $10,000 speaker the company launched in 2008.