The Regen ReVerb may be the only iPod speaker system that can play at party levels without consuming a penny’s worth of electricity.
The problem with the minuscule depth of TVs from today’s leading manufacturers—the profile of Samsung’s new top-of-the-line Series 9 LED-b
In June, UK mobile-phone manufacturer Vertu opened a boutique on Rodeo Drive in Beverly Hills.
Bang & Olufsen product owners likely value aesthetic presence as much as they value high-quality audio reproduction.
The newest electronic gadgets are getting smaller and more efficient, but Andy Aaron still believes in the aesthetics and simplicity of an
The 33-year-old German hi-fi manufacturer Burmester has gained a faithful following among audiophiles with such products as the recently i
Audiophiles who crave the classic sound of vacuum-tube amplifiers must usually sacrifice the power and precision that transistor amplifier
In May, Kaleidescape, a leading manufacturer of whole-home media storage and playback systems, entered into the realm of
The disc-based-audio-source buck stops here with McIntosh Labs’ flagship player.
This TV from Bang & Olufsen is the ultimate for size and cool factor.
The flagship universal player from Marantz presents mind-blowing fidelity of both audio and video reproduction.
Japan’s Denon Electronics is known for the solid construction of its audio and video components, a quality that is absolutely exemplified in
Kaleidescape is often the preferred media-server manufacturer for integrators and installers of home audio/video systems.
Sleek is the design style that Bang & Olufsen does best, and the Danish manufacturer’s BeoSound 5 music server certainly attests to that
Bower & Wilkins wowed the world of iPod docks in 2007, when the English manufacturer released its Zeppelin speaker.
Robb Report readers will recall Meridian’s F80 music system from our 2008 Best of the Best issue.
Internationally renowned pen maker Patrick Chu designs his rare and exceptional Kandinsky loudspeakers in America and has them constructed at
Though Grado Labs is better known for producing much larger headphones, the GR8 places the company’s proprietary big sound into a comfortable
The quality of these dynamic closed-cup circumaural headphones justifies their lofty moniker.
Meridian tends to be conservative in its claims, but the company could legitimately tout the DSP-8000 as the world’s most technically advance
Pioneer Kuro TVs enjoy a reputation for the deepest, darkest blacks of any flat-panel displays.
Jerry Harvey designed these custom headphones as in-ear monitors for professional musicians, but discerning audiophiles have adopted them as
Grado Labs is arguably the world’s most renowned producer of dynamic circumaural headphones, and these—the Brooklyn, N.Y., firm’s flagship mo
Crafted to take the punishment of listeners who like their audio loud—real loud!—the Custom Theater 800 speaker system also has the distortio
KEF crafts the Muon from 6 mm sheets of aluminum using a process called superforming; no metal sculpture in New York’s Museum of Modern Art i
This 70-inch-tall electrostatic speaker produces sound exclusively with thin, transparent Mylar diaphragms rather than with conventional woof
This 450-watt amplifier is one of the finest audio components ever created.
Many audiophiles consider amplifiers based on tubes, rather than transistors, to have a warmer, more natural sound.
Audiophiles revere Meridian as a source of the most advanced audio technology.
This audio system combines the timeless aesthetics and craftsmanship of a Steinway grand piano with the digital wizardry of renowned audio de