Hitachi 75HL16T64U

The first thing to say is that Hitachi isn’t strictly speaking Hitachi anymore. For while it’s possible Hitachi engineers have had some sort of say in the 75HL16T64U, it’s clear from its onscreen menus and remote control that it’s really emerged from the factories of Turkish manufacturer Vestel.  That, in many ways, acts as a […]

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Air by Crazybaby True Wireless Earbuds

It’s increasingly difficult to stand out in a sea of truly wireless headphones. Just about every audio manufacturer has gotten into the true wireless headphone game, which is only making it harder and harder for consumers to choose.  So how do you stand out in a crowded market? For Crazybaby, the answer is design.  The […]

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Creative X-Fi Sonic Carrier

The Creative X-Fi Sonic Carrier is the Rolls-Royce of soundbars. It features 17 speakers set in an 11.2.4-channel or 15.2-channel configuration that can put out well over 110 dB of sound and support for Dolby Atmos right out of the box.  Put simply, if there’s an audiophile in your life who still doesn’t believe that […]

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The LG SK10Y is the soundbar that would be king. With Dolby Atmos support, High-Res Audio certification and Chromecast compatibility, it’s not shy when it comes to features, and a new partnership with British hi-fi specialist Meridian Audio does much to boost its sonic credentials. Having driven the luxury TV agenda with OLED, LG now […]

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Bose SoundSport Free True Wireless Earbuds

True wireless headphones have come a long way in terms of build quality, reliability, and battery life – especially considering this category was all but nonexistent two to three years ago. Today’s offering of truly wireless headphones have gotten so good that we can finally recommend them for a majority of people who value the convenience […]

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RHA T20i

Good sound is subjective, yes, but there are things that we can all agree on that make a headphone sound good: Bass should be tight and impactful, highs detailed but not harsh, and mids that are smooth like honey.  Most headphone manufacturers shoot for these specs, but what if you want a little more bass […]

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Optoma UHD65 Projector

Despite 4K resolution rapidly becoming a default feature of TVs despite a paucity of 4K broadcasts, the same is not true of projectors for the home.  In fact, Sony's SXRD projectors like the VPL-VW300ES are still the only native 4K projectors for the home. That’s still the case, because this $2,499 (£2,999, AU$4,950) 4K beamer […]

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B&O Beoplay H8i

When deciding on a pair of headphones, people either go for an over-ear model such as the Sony WH1000XM2 which surrounds your ears and almost completely blocks noises from the outside world, or an in-ear model such as the Beoplay E8 that snugly fits in your ear canal. On-ear headphones that sit on your ear […]

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Samsung Q9F QLED TV

After a slightly underwhelming debut, Samsung’s QLED technology really needed to bounce back in style. It didn't surprise us in the least, then, to discover Samsung threw the kitchen sink in with its new Q9F QLED series of TVs.  As well as being even brighter and more colourful than last year’s equivalent model, Samsung's 2018 […]

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Dell Advanced Laser Projector S518WL

In the corporate sector, boardroom presentations are still important to senior management. At these events, senior people can absorb performance and trending data critical to the strategic decisions they need to make. The Dell S518WL Advanced Laser Projector is built for that exact scenario; delivering presentations on a regular basis that can be easily viewed […]

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