August issue of What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision on sale now!

3 Jul 2013

The August issue of What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision is now on sale, packed with the latest technology news and reviews to help you get the most out of your music and movies.

And there's a new way to buy the magazine online, giving you the opportunity to buy single issues or subscribe, wherever you are in the world.

This month we've got a Supertest on 40-42in TVs, a hugely anticipated Group Test of 2013 AV receivers from all the big-hitters, plus a test of wireless AirPlay and Bluetooth speakers. And much more besides. 

Our First Tests section is once more packed with new products, including our in-depth look at the new Sony KD-65X9005A 4K TV. 

This month's Insider takes a look at the PS4 vs. Xbox One battle – and why it will affect you, even if you're not in to games.

There's all that and more – including our new and improved Playlist section – in our August issue, on sale now in store, online and available to download from iTunes directly to your iPad, or for non-Apple users via Zinio.

And you can save 25% if you subscribe – choose from the print magazine alone, or pay just £2.99 extra every six months for access to our iPad/iPhone edition as well. Or head to the What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision Newsstand page to buy a single copy of the new magazine...

Enjoy!

 

by Joe Cox

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Interesting to compare last year's Onkyo TX-NR818 with current crop from Pioneer, etc., but not to mention the 818's heavily discounted price with the release of the NR828 surely restores the fifth star?  £600 from £1000 surely puts it back up there again...?

I was keen to see the wireless speaker review, sadly only 4 and some of those already reviewed, how about including those you have not.  

Can I plug a car stereo into my TV or home speakers? No. Can I do that with my phone? Yes.

I suggest WhatHiFi consider to review the Car Stereo.

This better compared to reviewing smartphones

Just my2c