It's less than a month to the Bristol Sound and Vision Show, so don't forget to put the dates in your diary (February 20-22) to make sure you get an exclusive look at all the new kit heading your way in the year ahead.
We'll have a four-page show preview in the March issue of What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision, on sale from February 11th, but in the meantime here's a sneak preview of what's in store.
There's plenty of hi-fi action to look forward to. Cyrus will have a world exclusive preview of an exciting new amplifier platform, while Exposure will be showing two new additions to its 3010S family: the 3010S2 preamp and the 3010S2 mono power amp.
You won't be short of new speakers to see, either, with an all-new Classic Series from Adam Audio, the Radius HD sub/sat system from Montior Audio and Dynaudio will use Bristol as the UK launchpad for its new Focus 360 model.
New Blu-ray players from Denon and ArcamHome cinema fans won't be disappointed either. Denon will host the European launch of its DVD-A1UD universal Blu-ray player at the show, while Arcam will preview its forthcoming Blu-ray player and multichannel AV888 and P777 pre/power combo.
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NAD is promising some brand-new, never-seen-before hi-fi and home cinema products, and Naim equally says it has some exciting new products to unveil for 2009.
And don't forget to visit the What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision demo, where we'll be exploring the brave new world of digitised, PC-based and wireless delivery of both video and audio.
What's more, the entire team will be on hand to answer all your hi-fi and home cinema queries, and we'll have some very tempting subscription offers too.
All this and more will be on display at the Marriott Hotel, Castle Street, Bristol from February 20-22. Tickets available on the door: £8 for adults, £4 for students and senior citizens, accompanied children under 16 free. For full details check out the show website.