Tag Archives: hi-fi
New BeoLab 50 model takes the technology of the outlandish BeoLab 90 and makes it rather more domestically acceptable Just had an interesting flying visit to Denmark to hear the new Bang & Olufsen BeoLab 50 speakers, launched today. Trips to the acoustics department in Struer are always fascinating, but this one was doubly so […]
Behind the scenes at Fink Audio Consulting – the most famous speaker company you’ve never heard of!
Complete ground-up redesign sees four network audio models launched, all based on the company’s new ‘platform for the future’
Spent a fascinating day down at Naim Audio in Salisbury last week, getting acquainted with something big – very big – on the way from the company. Lips very much zipped until the official reveal later this week, but here’s a hint or two…
The innovative little floorstanders from Neat Acoustics are here: and they’re every bit as magical as first demonstrations suggested I was very taken with the little Neat Iota floorstanding speakers when first I encountered them at the Bristol Show in February: they didn’t even have a name, but they proved quite a talking-point – not […]
Compact – actually, make that tiny – floorstanders pick up the plaudits at Sound and Vision event This could so easily be one of those clickbait stories: ‘They wanted to design a new loudspeaker – and you won’t believe what happened next!’ You see, the latest model from British speaker company Neat Acoustics – […]