As an expansion of the highly acclaimed Hugo family of products, UK digital specialist Chord Electronics has announced the Hugo M Scaler, a standalone upscaler featuring proprietary FPGA digital technology.
After making a splash at High End Munich 2018 with its unique all-white ‘Current Drive’ active speaker system, SGR Audio now follows up by officially announcing a new range of audio rack systems offering a variety of isolation techniques at a range of price and sophistication levels.
In what is a very rare occurrence in the high-end audio business, the MAG-LEV Audio ML1 turntable, a Kickstarter crowd funded item, has seen fruition with samples having now arrived in Australia.
After a long association with high-end distributor Kedcorp, the renowned and multi-award winning brand GoldenEar Technology changes distribution in Australia to Network Audio Visual.
The new MC462 ‘Quad Balanced’ power amplifier from McIntosh joins the ranks of recent new product releases from this most prolific high-end audio specialist.
In an incentive created by a collaboration between KEF, its Australian distributor Advance Audio Australia and Hugo Boss, local purchasers of the superb LS50 Wireless speakers will receive a Hugo Boss high quality leather messenger bag.
Highly-regarded Australian speaker designer Brad Serhan and his co-operators in sister companies Brigadiers Audio and OneAudio Music Systems have negotiated a distribution contract with MIAN Audio Distribution to represent the products in the UK.
Western Australian valve specialist Supratek, who has been building high-end valve amplification for more than 30 years, has launched a “world-first” LCR phono stage which will be incorporated into the company’s highly revered Cortese preamplifier.
Germany’s high-end audio specialist MBL has announced a new upgrade circuit board module donning the company’s current N31 CD player/DAC and 1611F DAC with Roon Ready capabilities.
IsoTek Systems, maker of highly acclaimed power products including quality AC cables, is now being represented in Australia and New Zealand via respected distribution company Interdyn.
In the early 1990s Halcro, back then a new Australian company, released a unique set of amplifiers, the dm Series, which took the high-end audio world by storm. Bearing an advanced design that made its circuitry look anything but audio-related, the amplifiers boasted of having the lowest distortion ever achieved in amplification.