French high-end speaker manufacturer Triangle have been designing and assembling speakers for over 35 years. Known for their precision and craftsmanship, Triangle select materials of the highest quality to ensure a distinctive musicality.
Selby Acoustics are excited to be adding the Triangle brand into our range, including the Elara, Esprit, Signature models and Thetis & Tales subwoofers to compliment these models.
Focusrite's new 2nd-generation "Scarlett" USB audio interfaces let you record and playback audio from input devices (microphones, musical instruments etc) directly to your PC or Mac, which will dramatically improve your sound quality to the same level as a professional recording studio.
The included software (Pro Tools First & Ableton Live Lite) lets you easily edit your recordings to a professional level right in your own home. From the great value starter pack right through to the high-end model (rack mountable with 18-in and 20-out), there is something for everyone from beginner to pro!
Selby are pleased to announce the launch of AMC Audio Visual equipment in-store and online. Known as a manufacturer of some of the world's high-end stereo components, AMC amps are well made, look great and will perform at their best, long term.
Yamaha has recently unveiled news of their high-fidelity multi-room audio system MusicCast re-entering the scene as a competitor to the popular Sonos range. Bringing back the brand which was originally launched as MusicCAST over 10 years ago, Yamaha is also releasing more than 20 new MusicCast products from small powered speakers, soundbars to AV receivers.
Selby are happy to announce that we now have the new Yamaha ’79 series in stock online and in-store. Every AV Receiver in the new Yamaha range will have Bluetooth, wi-fi built-in and wireless direct for easy network connection. These models also support new HDCP 2.2 protocols, allowing early adopters of 4K technology to upgrade with confidence.
The Krix Team have taken some time, but are excited to finally release Mk2 upgrades of the terrific Neuphonix floorstanding and Epicentrix centre speakers. Setting a challenge for their design engineers to improve on the widely popular speakers, not only have they undergone cabinet re-designs giving them an updated look, but they have done some serious work on the inside too.
Large speaker boxes sometimes look untidy and speaker wires being stuck to the walls and architraves can be an eyesore. In-wall and in-ceiling speakers are a beautiful alternative which sound exceptional and look fantastic. No more messy wires!
The interest in Dolby Atmos, which is now available in the Australian Home Theatre realm, has already been growing in popularity. The most common questions being asked are about how the system works, the difference to non-Atmos systems, upgrading and of course about how it sounds.