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Listen to the What Hi-Fi? playlist 2020

Listen to the What Hi-Fi? playlist 2020
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Every time a new issue of What Hi-Fi? is published – that's 13 times a year – we update our playlist with a new selection of the music we've been listening to (and testing with) over the past month.

And guess what? Now is that time.

The December 2020 issue of What Hi-Fi? is now on sale, and this month it's a home cinema special.

And right now, we have an offer you can’t miss out on: for a limited time only, you can take out a quarterly subscription of three print and digital issues for only £10 –a princely sum over the newsstand price, yes, but it also means that three months of technology news, reviews and features will land on your doormat and on your iPhone, iPad, Android device or Kindle. 

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We're all systems go as we look at some of the best soundbars, speaker packages, AV amps and projectors on the market, as well as which video streaming services deserve your hard-earned cash.

As ever, there's also a full complement of First Tests – including our take on the much anticipated KEF LS50 Wireless II – and our exhaustive Buyer's Guide.

Naturally, you're going to need something to test out all your new kit with, so here's a list of 20 songs – handpicked by our editorial team – we've been using for our reviews this month.

Happy listening!

To listen to the playlist via the streaming service of your choice, just click on the relevant link below and load up on new music.

Listen: What Hi-Fi? Spotify playlist 2020

Listen: What Hi-Fi? Tidal playlist December 2020

Listen: What Hi-Fi? Deezer playlist December 2020

Listen: What Hi-Fi? Qobuz playlist December 2020

  • kawalemegha
    Thanks for sharing this list. All the artists recommended by this blog are too good. You all can also check out Sitar Strings - on Apple Music

    https://music.apple.com/in/album/sitar-strings-single/1526955321
    Reply
  • Hifiman
    Could a link be made to Amazon Music (HD) as well please?
    Reply