The Arcam rPac offers PC and Mac users an affordable upgrade to their onboard sound, complete with a dedicated headphone amplifier.
The top iPod speakers are all relatively large, compared with Arcam's petite and very portable rCube speaker.
As part of our epic Greatest Gadget of the 21st Century tournament, we're giving away one Arcam rCube portable iPod speaker, worth a whopping £500. Here's how to win...
British hi-fi manufacturer has announced one of the first digital radio tuners to be sold in Australia, but hang onto your hats cos it's gonna cost ya.
The strength of the 2.1 is that it does DVD playback brilliantly, but also manages to produce good quality stereo audio--for a hefty price.
As bonus time approaches, people with a few quid to spare might like to consider pimping out their living rooms with a super-cool Arcam DVD player -- you'll need a spare £1,500, mind
Arcam's new rDock is heralded as the first iPod dock designed specifically for the audiophile. We've got our hands on this heavy-duty offering, and we like it
If you want a high-end all-in-one CD and DVD player, amplifier and digital radio AND you have £2,000 to spend, you might want to consider the Arcam Solo Movie 5.1
Arcam claims its Solo 5.1 combines high-end specification and performance with the convenience of a single system -- sounds like one of Aesop's fables, no?
Arcam's off to see the wizard, the wonderful wizard of Pod. Because, because, because, because... because of the wonderful things he does