Ex-movie theater projectionist Steve Guttenberg covers high-end audio news and reviews.
It was only a matter of time, but now with the Formation Duo Bowers & Wilkins has made a bona fide high-end wireless speaker system.
The fiesty Micca RB42 sounds a lot bigger than it is.
The Klipsch Forte III speakers once again prove size really does matter: big speakers sound better.
Stunning design, innovative tech, and superb sound come together on the Q Acoustics Concept 300 speakers.
The Audiophiliac comes away mightily impressed by the Schiit Aegir amp.
Don’t buy the Massdrop X Meze 99 Noir just because they're beautiful -- they sound great, too.
Lightweight and high-end headphones don’t usually go together -- until now, with the MrSpeakers Ether 2.
Is it a trend? There are more and more high-end audio companies with funny names.
The Harbeth P3ESR 40th Anniversary speaker is a force to be reckoned with and will suit audiophiles who like to listen to music up close.
Focal doesn't just focus on the sound quality of its flagship Stellia headphones; comfort is just as important.
Meet the Spendor A7, the perfect blend of traditional and contemporary UK design and sound.
The Audioengine A2+ Wireless Computer Speaker is pretty much the same as the venerable wired A2+, just $50 more expensive.