UPDATE: Superfi is offering the Award-winning Yamaha DSP-AX863SE, our 2008 Product of the Year, for £480 (down from £600, a saving of 20 per cent).
Looking for a bit of a bargain in these straightened times? Then head on down to the What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision Show at ExCel, where Superfi is selling a selection of our 2008 Award winners at a 10-20 per cent discount.
You can pick up a Sony BDP-S350 Blu-ray player for £199 (normally £249), the Pioneer PDP-LX5090 plasma TV for £2099 (normally £2500), Pure's Evoke Flow DAB/internet radio for £135 (normally £150) and the InFocus IN80 projector for £1170 (normally £1300).
Other deals include 10 per cent off Denon's D-M37 micro system (with or without speakers), 10 per cent off Pro-ject's Genie 2 turntable (£112, normally £140), 20 per cent off KEF's KHT3005SE 5.1 speaker package (£800, normally £1000) and a similar 20 per cent off the KEF KHT2005.5 speaker set-up (£560, normally £700).
If you fancy a bit of hi-fi, how about a Marantz CD6002 CD player (normally £270) or PM6002 stereo amp (£270), both on offer at 20 per cent less.
More after the break
For these exclusive show discounts, visit the Superfi stand here at the What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision Show at ExCel.
Please note: the discounts are only available if you buy from Superfi here at the show, not through their high street stores.
Apart from Superfi, other exhibitors offering show discounts include:
Dali speakers: 10 per cent off.
Clearer Audio: 10 per cent off.
LG: discounts available, ask at the LG stand for details. You can either buy at the show or get a discount voucher to use at ASK in Tottenham Court Road.
Logitech is offering its Award-winning Harmony One remote control for £99 (normally £125).