February may be a short month, but there's still been plenty of time for hi-fi and home cinema fans to indulge their hobby - especially given the rather inclement weather we've had of late. After all, who wants to venture outside in the wind and the rain when you can curl up on the sofa with your favourite film or album?
A quick trawl through our analytics shows that there have been only a couple of changes in the most popular reviews in February.
Denon's AVR-X2300W AV receiver retains its top spot (again), followed by the Cambridge Audio CXA60 stereo amp. Oppo's first Blu-ray player, the UDP-203, slips from third place to fourth, with the Onkyo A-9010 amplifier moving back up to third spot.
Somewhat surprisingly the Technics SL-1200GR turntable - which took the No.5 slot in January - drops out of the Top 10 all together.
Taking its place at No.5 are the Sennheiser Momentum M2 IEis in-ear headphones, up five from last month. And in at No.6 are another pair of headphones, the impressive Sony MDR-Z1Rs, which we described as "the best closed-back headphones we've heard".
The Monitor Audio Bronze 2 standmount speakers come next, even though they're close to two years old. But considering their performance, we're not surprised they're still fresh in readers' minds.
Then it's another hit for Sony with the company's more affordable (and Award-winning) Bluetooth and noise-cancelling MDR-1000X headphones. They are followed by the ever-popular Marantz PM6006 budget amplifier, and the Award-winning Denon D-M40DAB micro system rounds off the list.
It may have been cold and damp, but there's no shortage of top-notch hi-fi and AV kit out there to keep you entertained.
1. Denon AVR-X2300W
Tested at £500 / Now £400 at various retailers
This AV amplifer has always been popular, thanks to its refined and subtle sound, so it's no surprise it tops the charts in February (as it did in November, December and January).
2. Cambridge Audio CXA60
3. Onkyo A-9010
More after the break
4. Oppo UDP-203
Tested at £650
Oppo's first 4K Blu-ray player doesn't come cheap, but it sets a new standard in home cinema picture quality.
5. Sennheiser M2 Momentum IEi
Tested at £90 / Now £80 at Amazon
These in-ear headphones won an Award last year, and deservedly so - they're comfy, attractive and produce wonderfully clear and detailed sound. Undoubtedly some of the best in-ears at this price.
6. Sony MDR-Z1R
Tested at £1700
Quite simply, these are the best closed-back headphones we've heard, which more than justifies their £1700 price. If you can afford them, you'll love 'em.
8. Sony MDR-1000X
Tested at £330
A stunning effort from Sony. These superb noise-cancelling cans are up there with the best, which is why we gave them an Award in 2016.