SOtM Audio’s range of hi-fi products is now available in New Zealand via Crux Audio Australiacontinue reading
Richard Varey gets amorous with a retro-styled NZ-designed preamp.
Ashley Kramer reviews the Fitbit Charge 2 and TomTom Touch fitness trackers.
Gary Steel marks the sad occasion of NZ music legend Ray Columbus’s death with this revealing Q&A, never before published in full, conducted in Ray’s posh Omaha pad in 2011 around the publication of his autobiography.
SOtM Audio’s range of hi-fi products is now available in New Zealand via Crux Audio Australia
Could a prostitute ever make it to the Whitehouse? Estère clearly thinks so. She explains her new song to Gary Steel.
Gary Steel has realised why his appreciation of music is different: he’s just not cultural. Please, let him explain.
Andy Baker is a sceptic, but like most hi-fi nuts, he’ll try any tweak for the chance of sonic improvement.
Ash Kramer looks at products from Glass Audio aka Audiodesksysteme Gläss including a CD washing machine and a vinyl washer that uses ultrasonics to clean your records.
Okay, so it happened way back in May, but we’re always rooting for our fellow Kiwis when they take their wares overseas and proceed to wow the punters. Simon Brown from Design Build Listen reports.
Netherlands company Metrum cooks up a trio of toasty audio products: a preamp, a power amp, and mono blocks.