Do you want more sonic oomph from your TV? What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision’s Jonathan Evans shows how you don’t have to spend a fortune to get itRead more >>>
What is How to Live it?
How To Live It is your guide to the newest and best home-entertainment and mobile tech. The experts at Stuff.tv and Whathifi.com, with support from LG, will show how it can enrich your life - and how you can make the most of now. It is a place to escape, to learn and, simply, to make life good.
He did “jazz” last week… so now Andrew Everard takes a look at one of the most poked-fun-at genres in modern music, and spells out why you should be listening to the wonders of modern jazzRead more >>>
They’re the simplest way to upgrade your home-entertainment audio – but what’s the difference between a Soundbar and a Soundplate and which suits you?Read more >>>
Watching football this summer? An ideal way to treat your eyes is to invest in an ULTRA HD 4K display. But what about sound? Here are some ideas for great audio, wherever you are…Read more >>>
Boost your TV’s audio without filling your room with speakers and cables – a soundbar is all it takes.Read more >>>
Hip hop gets a bad rap. Whether it’s being accused of glorifying gang culture and violence, perpetuating misogyny and homophobia or shacking up with capitalism, there are few music genres that get more criticised. And that’s before we even start on all that swearing… Verity Burns goes on the defence…Read more >>>
You have an HDTV, a fine selection of Blu-rays, subscribe to all the HD channels you can and stream loads of HD content. Then you listen to it all through the tiny speakers stuffed into the sides of your TV… You need an audio upgrade.Read more >>>
Watching the match on Sunday? Of course you are. Here’s how to do it properly with video, audio, food and drink…Read more >>>
Do you want big sound from your television without the hassle of speakers and cables cluttering your room? You can get it with the LG NB4540 soundbarRead more >>>
LG’s NB4530A soundbar picked up the Best Soundbar up to £400 prize in this year’s What Hi-Fi awards. Whathifi.com editor Joe Cox explains just why it won…Read more >>>