This week on whathifi.com we revealed the winners of the coveted What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision awards.
There are 99 best-in-class products in total, from TVs to speakers, tablets to headphones. Unsurprisingly, a whole host of five-star reviews went live on the site in the run-up to the big reveal.
We'd hate you to have missed anything, so allow us to round-up all of the new product reviews from the last week...
We don't expect much innovation from a soundbar. In the case of the Philips HTL9100, we found there was more than meets the eye. A terrific soundbar that's capable of producing realistic 5.1-channel surround sound and has a shape-shifting trick up its sleeve.
Read the full Philips HTL9100 review
Pro-Ject has long been performing extraordinary feats with budget turntables. With the Essentials II they've delivered a 'back-to-basics' approach but the results are excellent. A brilliant, hassle free entry-level deck.
Read the full Pro-Ject Essentials II review
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Looking not too dissimilar to the Marantz Consolette, the DSD-501 wins on account of the fantastic sound it generates. Easy to set-up and use, as an update to the original Coccoon, Denon has struck gold.
Read the full Denon Coccoon Stream DSD-501 review
We're big fans of what Dali has done with the Zensor speaker range and the latest models are a case in point. Delivering a speaker package ideal for small to medium rooms, the Zensor 1 5.1 package is a five-star award-winner.
Read the full Dali Zensor 1 5.1 review
Another projector from Epson, another five-star review, and - another award winner. With a crisp picture that captures detail and colours without sacrificing any brightness, it's difficult to look past this at this budget.
Read the full Epson EH-TW6100W review
Last but not least, the Sonos Play:1. The cheapest speaker from Sonos yet, it heads off rivals by delivering a cracking performance that opens up a ton of streaming possibilities.
Read our full Sonos Play: 1 review