Rod Easdown What you hear and see with Bluetooth speakers may surprise you.
Rod Easdown The sound system in your car can be improved without a lot of hassle and for not a lot of money.
Rod Easdown As the CD displaced vinyl records, high-quality digital sound systems continue to change the way we listen to music.
Rod Easdown No matter how sophisticated sound equipment gets, there's always going to be something appealing about the vinyl record.
Rod Easdown Shoppers have bought into UHD televisions, even though there is little content available to show the technology at its best.
Rod Easdown H-fi dealers see a lot of potential business in helping people discover the joys of good-sounding music.
Rod Easdown Portable music players can sound great if they've got the capacity and enough memory to allow the use of high-definition formats.
Adam Turner Two good options for upgrading from cheap earbuds to headphones.
Rod Easdown Noise-cancelling headphones do their best work where there is constant, predictable noise.
Rod Easdown This Mother's Day, the big retailers are making a push on digital radios, but be sure to try before you buy.
Rod Easdown New small speakers from Axis produce remarkable sound – but there are two points to get past.
Rod Easdown Think of your music reaching every room in your house so no matter where you are, you’re hearing it in full-bodied richness and detail rather than echoing down the hall.
Rod Easdown Most buyers spend $500 or less on TV soundbars, but lately many people have been spending much more.
Rod Easdown From the Shun Mook record clamp to turntable tone arms and speaker cabinets, wood has long been a staple material in hi-fi products.
Rod Easdown There are several things to think about before buying. Sound quality is the most obvious and you can only judge this by listening.
Rod Easdown We know vinyl records have made a comeback, but remember that they're easily damaged by poor-quality turntables.
Rod Easdown The Nu-Vista amp – the first using nuvistor valves – was released in 1999, but the supply quickly dwindled. Now they're back with extra punch.
Terry Lane A new book by Kathleen Whelan celebrates more than 100 years of photography in the pages of The Age newspaper.
Rod Easdown Most hi-fi enthusiasts spend lots of money on equipment and next to nothing on the room in which the stuff is deployed.
Rod Easdown There are acoustic aids that can be tailored to any room, made specifically for music rooms and home theatres.