We don't believe everything we read in The Daily Mail, but we couldn't ignore this story on The Mail's website this morning.
According to the Mail Online, shoppers have voted a Tesco Value MC-907 micro system costing £16.49 as "Britain's best-loved hi-fi".
Apparently reviews from thousands of shoppers gave it a higher score than more upmarket models from big-name brands costing hundreds of pounds.
The Tesco MC-907 (pictured) was voted top hi-fi in the Reevoo Customer Choice Awards 2009, after receiving an average rating of 9.3 out of ten by those who bought it.
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In the same Awards, the JVC EK-A10, costing £663, scored eight out of 10, while a £750 Sony micro scored 8.6.
Your £16 buys you a CD player and AM/FM radio with stereo speakers.
Right, looks like we'd better pop down to Tesco then. A sub-£20 micro system Supertest anyone?