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Add Streaming Capabilities to Vintage McIntosh Gear

Add Streaming Capabilities to Vintage McIntosh Gear

Vintage audio lovers rejoice! If you have a vintage audio system of any capacity, and want to add streaming from your bluetooth device, McIntosh has the answer with their new MB20 Transceiver. Read More ->


NEW From Naim! The Uniti Atom Headphone Edition

NEW From Naim! The Uniti Atom Headphone Edition

Naim Audio announces this morning that their latest addition to the Uniti series is now available. The Uniti Atom Headphone Edition premiers with an MSRP of $3,290. Read More ->


Focal updates their Clear heaphone lineup with the Clear Mg

Focal updates their Clear heaphone lineup with the Clear Mg

Focal has just announced their new Clear Mg headphone, replacing the former “Clear” phones as their open back reference. Keeping with Focal’s already smashing sense of style, the new Clear Mg utilizes a primarily Chestnut color palette, featuring subtle integration with the materials used: leather, aluminum and premium microfiber. Read More ->


The New Celestee Headphones From Focal

The New Celestee Headphones From Focal

Focal has a new headphone in their premium lineup, the Celestee. And it’s a beauty. Many of you know Focal for their world-class Utopia, Sopra, and Kanta speakers, but they have been making open and closed back headphones since 2012. Read More ->


Dac Magic DAC/Headphone Amp from Cambridge Audio

Dac Magic DAC/Headphone Amp from Cambridge Audio

Again, Cambridge Audio redefines the standard in approachable audio, with their new DacMagic 200M. $499 gets you dual ESS Sabre DACs with the ability to decode PCM to 32bit/768kHz, DSD512, and MQA support. Read More ->


Tidal Audio and Bugatti Collaborate on New Speakers

Tidal Audio and Bugatti Collaborate on New Speakers

In the past, car manufacturers pairing with audio companies for bespoke home products have usually been less than outstanding, with more emphasis put on said manufacturer’s “branding,” than actual audio performance. Read More ->