20 articles published since April 10, 2020
About Simon Lucas
Simon Lucas is a technology and electronics journalist, and has been for almost 20 years. He spent five years as editor of What Hi-Fi? and his subsequent work as a freelance writer and consultant has seen him retained by some of the world's most high-profile brands and titles
Bose's flagship headphones cost a pretty penny, but does their performance make their price tag add up? We took a first listen to find out.
This big and bold speaker design has some great merit, but at this asking price is it as good as you can get? Read on...
With UV self-cleaning case and some interesting features, LG offers a comfortable wire-free earbud option. But so does the competition.
This small soundbar is designed for boosting gaming audio under a monitor, but it'll also be at home enhancing a small TV's output too.
The small-scale C20A is an all-in-one soundbar solution - there's no separate subwoofer option - that bangs out big audio from a little package.
If you want extra audio presence for your TV then the HT-G700 is worth consideration. But its surround soundstage isn't entirely convincing.
The HZ1500's USP is its integrated Dolby Atmos sound system. Add all the HDR decoding you could want, plus epic picture quality, and it's a winner.
A usefully compact, very thoroughly specified, and big sonic improvement on your TV's sound. This is an accomplished soundbar for the asking price.
If you want bright and colourful images, but want to buy higher up the QLED range, the QT65 is a well balanced offering. Ignoring its poor sound.
LG has been making waves in OLED for years. The NANO906 is its top-line LCD LED TV; an alternative that's a half the price of the OLED equivalent.