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P7 Wireless

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Best Wireless Headphone £300+ 2016
“The P7 over-ear headphones go wireless, with spectacular results.” The professional quality sound of P7 Wireless means you can listen to music how the artists intended it, absolutely anywhere you want to be.
What HiFi 7 Nov 2016
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P5 Wireless

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The cord is cut but the quality remains. These are excellent Bluetooth headphones
What’s not to like about the B&W P5 Wireless? Not much, from what we can see and hear. Bowers & Wilkins has taken the excellent B&W P5 Series 2s and added a wireless option, and it works beautifully. Great sound and gorgeous design, minus the inconvenience of cables - that's what we like to hear.
What HiFi Magazine 22 Jul 2015
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Vinylplay

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Perfect!
If you are new to vinyl you will find this, well, a bit confusing, sorry I have owned many turntables from Rega and always seem to go back to them. OK This is without doubt made by Rega (badged Flexson) in the UK and based on their RP1 turntable with the addition of their A2d phono stage neatly attached to the underside of the plinth with the 24v power supply used on their more expensive turntables. The magnetic cartridge is the Rega Carbon based on the Audio Technica AT91 but in an improved form. So bearing in mind the A2d costs about £89 on its own, it uses the 24 v power supply to the motor and the fact the plinth is finished in a smart gloss finish unlike the matte finish of the RP1 this is appropriately priced. Anyway the sound quality is excellent at this price and it sounds much better than my Rega P2 circa 2008 which it has replaced. It is marketed as an acessory for the Sonos range of active speakers but is a fine analogue turntable in it`s own right. I purchased from Analogue Seduction by the way...Cheers
Barcode 20 Apr 2015
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DM50

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Hugely thrilling sound and a beautiful design.
It’ll take one hell of a soundbase to better the Canton DM 50. The power, detail and sheer enthusiasm in its performance keeps us permanently glued to whatever we’re watching, and it sets a high standard for the competition.
What HiFi 4 Feb 2015
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