Another month has passed and the What Hi-Fi? database has been boosted by an influx of brand new product reviews. May's list features a number of new entries, with the majority of these bearing a Sony badge.
Our most popular reviews still span a wide range of categories, from 4K Blu-ray players to tablets, headphones to smartphones.
It's all change at the top of our list, with two new entries and an Award-winning favourite taking the first three spots. Our top entry is Sony's first 4K Blu-ray player, the UBP-X800. Second place goes Sony's first 4K OLED TV, the KD-55A1. And the Japanese giant makes it a hat-trick with third place going to its MDR-1000X noise-cancelling (and Bluetooth) headphones.
Samsung's Galaxy A5 shows there's plenty of interest in non-flagship smartphones and takes eighth position. Propping up our Top 10 are a couple of stereo amplifier favourites: the Onkyo A-9010 and Cambridge Audio CXA60.
1. Sony UBP-X800
Tested at £400
If you're in the market for a quality 4K Blu-ray player, this is the one we'd recommend. It's got a crisp, detailed and colourful image, sounds great, and is simple to use.
2. Sony KD-55A1
Tested at £3500
All the inherent qualities of OLED combined with the picture-processing smarts of Sony equals an utterly stunning television.
3. Sony MDR-1000X
More after the break
4. Sennheiser M2 Momentum IEi
5. Denon AVR-X2300W
6. Sony HT-ST5000
Tested at £1500
It may be expensive, but this is a superb-sounding product, packed full of features. And it's the first Dolby Atmos soundbar we'd have no hesitation in recommending.
7. Apple iPad (2017)
Tested at £560
Not the most revolutionary update, but the new, cheaper iPad continues to deliver class-leading performance.
8. Samsung Galaxy A5
Neatly balancing performance and price, the A5 has plenty to like - but there are strong rivals nipping at its heels.
9. Onkyo A-9010
10. Cambridge Audio CXA60
Tested at £500
This stereo amplifier delivers a solid, competitive sound that is hard to beat at its price.