We've got a world exclusive First Test of Panasonic's DMR-BS850 Blu-ray/Freesat recorder in the July 2009 issue of What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision, on sale today.
This groundbreaking product allows you to record high-definition films and programmes to a 50GB disc or 500GB hard drive at the touch of a button. It also has a built-in Freesat tuner and much more besides, so don't miss the full review in this month's issue.
In addition, there's another 12 pages of First Tests packed with hot new hi-fi and home cinema kit, including new 42in flatscreen TVs from Panasonic and LG, Blu-ray players from Samsung and Panasonic, Cyrus's long-awaited 8XP stereo amplifier and NAD's C375BEE, plus our verdict on Yamaha's RX-V565 multichannel receiver and Marantz's SA8003 SACD player.
Looking for a new 37in telly? Then our TV Supertest is a must-read, with brand-new models from LG, Panasonic, Samsung, Sony and Toshiba going head-to-head.
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And if an all-in-one hi-fi system is more your thing, we put Marantz's £500 M-CR502 up against current class champ, Arcam's Solo Mini, and the Shanling MC-30.
Want more bass from your hi-fi or home cinema system? Then check out our Group Test of budget subwoofers from £200-£300.
Or how about some top-notch floorstanding stereo speakers? We've got six serious contenders in the £2000 bracket to make your hi-fi sing sweetly.
Of course, the more hi-fi or home cinema kit you have, the more complex it becomes to control. This month we help you cut down the number of remotes in your system with our round-up of eight universal remote controls, plus our pick of the best iPhone Apps to control your system.
And after reading our 'How to system match your hi-fi' guide in the magazine, you'll be able to watch the accompanying video here on whathifi.com.
Oh, and did we mention we invited three readers to take part in The Big Question feature? This month they get to grips with the tricky subject of advanced picture processing on a range of TVs.
All this and more is in the bumper July 2009 issue of What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision, on sale today, June 3rd. And don't forget to check out our video reviews and podcasts on whathifi.com.