Despite a few forgivable flaws, the Solis SO-8000 is an all-in-one beautiful vacuum tube amp that delivers big on nostalgia and a crisp audio experience.
Celebrating its 30th birthday, Totem Acoustic has launched an Anniversary Signature One loudspeaker that is best described by LL Cool J's opening lyrics "Don't call it a comeback."
Select Denon and Marantz A/V receivers will now have DTS Virtual:X firmware updates, thanks to a partnership between DTS and Sound United.
DTS has signed off on a partnership with Classic Cinemas to install DTS:X immersive audio technology across 16 screens at five Classic Cinemas locations.
Control4 has added six new models of Triad R Series round in-ceiling speakers that are designed for dealers, builders, architects, and homeowners.
The Wireless Speaker and Audio association have added Xbox to their ranks, giving a bit of steam to the relatively quiet group.
Technics unveiled its new SC-C70 compact stereo system at the HIGH END audio show in Munich.
Emotiva is adding some depth to their Gen3 series with their new XPA-9 and XPA-11 Gen3 amplifiers. The nine- and 11-channel versions of the latest generation of Emotiva power amplifiers
Xperi has launched their Phorus PS10, a $249 speaker that offers a world-first DTS Play-Fi capability alongside Amazon Alexa.
Klipsch to debut its expanded Reference Powered speaker series, a plug-and-play lineup that includes two-channel towers and additional monitor speakers with new technologies.
As a WiSA member, HARMAN will leverage the association's wireless-enabling technology to expand its vast home theater product offerings, which includes surround sound and whole-home audio systems.
NAD has revealed three new products to the market, including a stereo power amplifier, integrated amplifier, and belt-driven turntable at the Rocky Mountain Audio Fest in Denver, Colorado.
Integra announced four new products at CEDIA in San Diego, including the HDB-RX1 receiver, able to carry uncompressed 4K HDR video even over long distances.