News

Panasonic Announces New Flagship OLED TV

Panasonic’s OLED TV story up to now has been highly focused on a message of faithfully reproducing the filmmaker’s vision.

Posted in: Visual Technology

Feature

StereoNET 2020 Product of the Year Awards

Champagne corks at the ready, folks! Please be upstanding for the StereoNET 2020 Awards, where we bring you the most outstanding products we’ve reviewed over the past year.

Posted in: Applause Awards Hi-Fi Headphones Home Theatre Visual StereoNET

News

Technics Delivers New All-in-One for Christmas

Technics has released its new OTTAVA SC-C70MK2 all-in-one just in time for Christmas this year.

Posted in: Lifestyle

News

Got Panasonic Earbuds? Get Updated

Panasonic has announced firmware upgrades to its RZ-S500W and RZ-S300W true wireless earbuds, which were released back in July 2020.

Posted in: Headphones

Reviews

Technics EAH-AZ70W In-ear Headphones Review

Matthew Jens samples a brand new true wireless noise-cancelling in-ear headphone design from this iconic Japanese brand…

Posted in: Headphones Headphones In Ear Monitors Noise Cancelling

News

Panasonic Releases Two True Wireless Earphone Models

Panasonic launches two sets of AirPod challenging true wireless earphones - the RZ-S500W and RZ-S300W.

Posted in: Headphones

News

Technics SL-1210GAE Anniversary Turntable Announced

Technics has announced a special anniversary limited edition SL-1210GAE turntable which will be available in Australia from July.

Posted in: Hi-Fi

Reviews

Technics EAH-F70N Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones Review

The Japanese giant goes from strength to strength, and this time it’s head-fi. Matthew Jens listens in…

Posted in: Headphones Applause Awards 2020 Headphones Noise Cancelling

Opinion

Opinion: Panasonic TV Australian Market Exit

Specialist retailer Len Wallis comments on Panasonic's TV market exit, and the broader problem regarding the promotion of aspirational brands and products.

Posted in: Visual Industry

News

Panasonic Australia Exits TV Market

Panasonic Australia has today announced it has decided to withdraw from the Australian television market, citing "current local market conditions", and to all the company to focus on "established and emerging areas of the business".

Posted in: Visual

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