WHFSV Jan 2010
New issue packed with HD TVs from just £180, superb one-make hi-fi systems, Blu-ray-in-a-box packages and stacks of exclusive reviews

It may still be two weeks to Christmas, but here at What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision it's already January: our first issue of the New Year is in the shops now.

And it's packed with exclusive tests, from small-screen HD TVs starting at under £200 to the pick of the affordable projectors, and from excellent one-make hi-fi systems to stylish all-in-one Blu-ray-in-a-box set-ups.

Our Supertest this month is our now-traditional year-opening look at the best one-make stereo systems, with prices ranging from just over £500 all the way up to the better part of £4000, and including Cyrus, Denon, Leema, Marantz, NAD, Naim, Rega and Rotel.

And if you're already arguing with the family about who's going to watch what of the Christmas telly, we may just have the solution: small-screen HD TVs, perfect for any room in the house, and priced from just £180. Yes – a top TV for under £200!

If you're after the bigger picture, we have a Group Test of projectors around the £1000 mark, while you can keep your home cinema simple with those Blu-ray systems. Sony's excellent BDV-E300 squares up to rivals from JVC, Panasonic and Samsung.

More after the break

We've a test of the latest multimedia phones, in which Apple takes on BlackBerry, HTC and Palm, and a round-up of the hottest DAB radios – perfect for last-minute presents.Temptations this month brings you the Sonus Faber Liuto speakers, plus high-end amplification from Audionet and Lavardin.

And First Tests? Yes – lots of them! We have the verdict on Pure's Sensia DAB/FM/internet radio, tell you what we think of the Sonos ZonePlayer S5, and take a look at Sony's KDL-40W5810 Freesat TV.

JVC raises the bar with its £6000 DLA-HD950 projector, B&W reinvents the iPod dock again with its Zeppelin Mini, and we have stunning speakers from Arcaydis, ProAc and Mordaunt-Short.

And that's just a taste of what's in the 212-page January 2010 issue, in the shops now. Don't miss it!

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