On its 99th anniversary year, German television manufacturer, Loewe, has announced its return to the industry with a collection of new products… the bild i television, as well as two soundbars, the klang bar i and klang bar 5, plus the klang sub 5 subwoofer. It’s a “significant turning point in the brand’s

history”, company bosses said, as it aims to “certify its position within the premium TV market”. The bild (which is German for ‘screen’) i TV is


Imagine your morning toast in a different way – accompanied by your favourite music or listening to the news of the day with the Retro SMART Radio Toaster. The variable width slots for all kinds of breads and

the six browning settings make this the most versatile toaster available today. Featuring blue illuminated Reheat, Defrost and Cancel buttons with an extra high toast lift-lever – all wrapped up in a sleek retro ivory cream body. If all of these features were not enough, the backlit

screen will allow you to tune into your favourite radio station, so now you can have function and style! This beautiful appliance has a built-in AM/FM radio with AUX input and five pre-set equaliser music settings to include flat, jazz, rock, pop and classical. You can even store up to 10 of your favourite stations. The SMART Radio Toaster will liven up any kitchen

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Chord Company’s multi-award-winning Clearway range, which includes digital and analogue interconnects, speaker cables and more, has expanded to include a new USB cable offering. Built for today’s USB-equipped digital audio

devices, the Clearway USB benefits from double foil and a high-density braid delivering superior shielding for protection from harmful noise. The latest zinc-alloy connectors with gold plating and enhanced shielding complement the high-speed silver-plated 26AWG oxygen-free-copper conductors. Chord Company’s non-compression strain relief system provides a precision termination at each end, too. This USB cable joins notable recent additions to the Clearway range, including the new Clearway Streaming

The bild i TV, bar 5 & sub 5

available in three sizes – 48, 55 and 65-inch – with a 4K OLED panel, Dolby Vision and Dolby Atmos. The VIDAA operating system enables fast access to integrated streaming services such as Netflix or Prime Video, alongside regional catch-up services courtesy of Freeview Play. Plus, there’s a 1TB hard for recordings. The TV has a vivid display and impressive sound, with

a hidden, rear-facing ‘invisible speaker’ so as not to disrupt its clean lines and visually striking appearance.

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Also in Loewe’s new collection are two

soundbars, the klang bar i and klang bar 5. The former features eight powerful drivers and 80 watts of total music power; it discreetly blends in with the underside and rear panel of the bild i by sitting neatly underneath it. Meanwhile, the klang bar 5 comes as part of

a set alongside the sub 5 subwoofer, which together enable crystal-clear, powerful 3D sound. The klang bar 5 boasts a total music output of 440 watts thanks to two ‘up-firing’ and two ‘side-firing’ speakers which, when paired with the klang sub 5’s additional 360 watts, guarantees a powerful 800 watts-worth of sound that fills the room and creates a truly immersive home cinema experience. The klang bar 5 also benefits from three HDMI

ports with 4K pass-through to provide a stable connection to UHD players, set-top boxes and game consoles, while HDMI eArc/CEC allows control via the central TV remote.

cable and ClearwayX speaker cable. Chord Company also offers a lifetime warranty for peace of mind. Chord’s Doug Maxwell said so many customers

have some element of USB connectivity in their hi-fi systems and he is pleased to offer them a high- performance, high-value option. “It offers real affordability along with our lifetime warranty; it’s the only around-£100 USB cable you’ll ever need.” To find out more, head to:

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