We've got a bumper budget issue lined up for you this month, with oodles of fabulous hi-fi and home cinema kit to tempt you and a free 36-page TV supplement with reviews of all the latest 19in to 60in TVs, from just £220.
And if you're planning to upgrade your home cinema's sound, then we've a Supertest of bargain multichannel amps and receivers, all capable of handling the new high-definition audio formats, plus a Group Test of stylish surround sound speakers to go with them.
Fancy a small-screen TV for a second room in your home? Then don't miss our Test Express of 19in LCD TVs from just £220. For those who like their music and movie entertainment pocket-sized, we pit Apple's latest iPod Touch against its multimedia rivals.
Want some top-notch stereo speakers for £200-£250? Then check out our Group Test of six small standmount speakers.
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And, as ever, we have scores of First Tests, including our first look at NAD's Viso Two 2.1 home cinema system, Sony's BDP-S550 midrange Blu-ray player, new TVs from Philips, LG and Panasonic, Myryad's excellent Mi one-box hi-fi system and Onkyo's long-awaited TX-NR906 AV receiver.
If you're in the fortunate position of having a bit more cash to splash, our Temptations section includes reviews of Acoustic Energy's new AE1 MkIII SE stereo speakers, the Unison Research Unico CDE CD player and Chord's awesome QBD76 DAC.
We've also put top-of-the-range Blu-ray players from Denon, Pioneer and Yamaha through their paces.
All this and more awaits you in the December 2008 issue of What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision, on sale from today. So don't hang about, get yourself down to your local newsagents and pick up a copy.