• Tue, 17/09/2019
    PMC Distribution is introducing the Bryston BDA-3.14 multi-function DAC (£3,900) later this year. It adds an array of features to the BDA-3 DAC platform including a built-in music player (streamer), onboard digital volume control and updated user interface. The BDA-3.14 offers streaming capability with access to network-connected storage and USB drives as well as streaming services such as Qobuz and Tidal alongside Internet more
  • Mon, 09/09/2019
    The much rumoured replacement for the Rega RP10 has finally arrived. The Planar 10 (£3,599) follows the approach found in the Planar 8 earlier in the year by taking its inspiration from Rega’s ultimate turntable the more

How To

  • Tue, 18/06/2019
    I’ve been working closely with records and cartridges for 40 years and am in particular debt to the expertise and knowledge of Dynavector Systems, Tokyo, the brand that my company, Pear Audio, distributes in the more

Latest Reviews

  • Mon, 16/09/2019
    Back in the first decade of this century, I was a well-paid employee of a well known high tech firm, that’s when I bought my first piece of Naim equipment, a CD5X disc player. Within five years that had somehow grown into two racks of Fraim, with a CD 555, a NAC 552, a NAP 300 and a NAT 05 tuner nestling upon them. I well remember the pleasure of walking into the room and seeing all those green logos shining at me. read more

Show Report

  • May, 2019
      Living Voice showed the forthcoming R80, an 80 litre reflex loaded two-way due for release in late December. It’s a four Ohm design with a generous 95dB sensitivity and equipped with ScanSpeak Elipticore 8 inch drivers in parallel and the... read more


  • Wed, 10/07/2019
    Naim’s top two integrated amplifiers have been updated for the vinyl generation. Both the Nait XS3 (£2,199) and Supernait 3 (£3,499) have had a MM phono stage added to their roster of line inputs. Naim’s Steve Sells and the R’n’D team in Salisbury have also upgraded the Supernait's power amplifier that have resulted in a more muscular and timely sound than was possible with its predecessor.