Indi Imports has added yet another significant brand, with the UK-based Q Acoustics now joining its portfolio.
Sound+Image readers will need little introduction to the Q Acoustics brand, which is part of the UK’s Armour Home Electronics group. Founded in 2006 by professional engineers and businessmen with the aim of developing a best-in-class loudspeaker brand based on outstanding audio performance, Q Acoustics today delivers speakers for hi-fi and home cinema, media speakers for screen-sound enhancement, and installation speakers too.
Our Sound+Image Awards have regularly recognised the brand’s ability to deliver high-quality loudspeakers at affordable prices, both for stereo use and in home cinema packages.… Read the full article
Sonos has announced that its new Playbase, a device that enhances the sound of your TV, will be available in Australia next month.
As the name suggests, the Playbase is designed as a base… for your TV screen. Sonos says that although soundbars are an ideal solution for people with wall-mounted screens, they’re not ideal for users who put their TV on a horizontal structure, such as a table or shelf, and that its research shows that this is where the overwhelming majority of users put their TV.… Read the full article
Nordost is pleased to be a part of Axpona this year, held at the Westin O’hare in Chigago Friday, April 21– Sunday, April 23. Visit us in room 446, and take advantage of this great opportunity to experience live demonstrations and cable comparisons, featuring Nordost’s extensive range of products. While at the show, make sure to see us at our sales booth in the Market Place to check out our special show offers on select Nordost products.
DIY GUITAR SETUPS
By PETER HODGSON
There’s a reason the great techs earn a living from setting up and repairing guitars: it’s tricky, exacting work that can really benefit your instrument. But many techs will tell you there’s a lot you can do yourself. We asked pro tech Joseph Price for some pointers on how to set up your guitar and get it singing sweetly.Read the full article
If the CL1 we reviewed a few weeks ago could be considered a foray into the unknown, the new $140 CL750 could also be classified as a return to what RHA do best; quality sound at a very competitive price. If the numbering sequence is a hint then yes, you are right, the 750 is the successor in some ways to the original and very respected MA750.… Read the full article