Another New Zealand based audio manufacturer is in the loudspeaker game – this time it’s Hawkes Bay based Soul to Sole audio with the TL1 transmission line floorstander.continue reading
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Another New Zealand based audio manufacturer is in the loudspeaker game – this time it’s Hawkes Bay based Soul to Sole audio with the TL1 transmission line floorstander.
Cambridge Audio’s Aero 2 standmount speakers boast a high-tech BMR driver covering both midrange and treble duties – they’re reviewed here by Ashley Kramer.
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Pat Pilcher puts Nokia’s new flagship Lumia 930 smartphone through its paces, and likes more than its attractive trim.
Sometimes, enough is enough, okay? Gary Steel blows a fuse.