Another month, another wave of product hits the What Hi-Fi? website, with March being a big month for movers, shakers and new entries.
A quick trawl through our analytics shows there's one particular product generating a serious amount of interest, while we also see a couple of new 2017 TVs from Sony appear in our top ten for the first time.
The Cambridge Audio CXA60 stereo amp sits in fifth, closely followed by the ever-present Sennheiser Momentum M2 IEi in-ear headphones. Next comes another new 4K Sony telly, in the shape of the five-star KD-49XE9005. Sony's MDR-1000X noise-cancelling, Bluetooth headphones take eighth spot for the second consecutive month.
1. Sonos Playbase
Tested at £699
Sonos now has a soundbase option for those wanting to boost their TV's audio. The Playbase sticks to what Sonos knows and what the company still does best.
2. Sony KD-55EX9305
Tested at £2400
Stunning picture, great sound, and all the latest features - Sony's first 2017 4K TV is a resounding success.
3. Denon AVR-X2300W
Tested at £500 / Now £400 at various retailers
This AV amplifer has always been popular, thanks to its refined and subtle sound, so it's no surprise it tops the charts in February (as it did in November, December and January).
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4. Onkyo A-9010
5. Cambridge Audio CXA60
Tested at £500
This stereo amplifier delivers a solid, competitive sound that is hard to beat at its price point.
6. Sennheiser M2 Momentum IEi
Tested at £90 / Now £80 at Amazon
These in-ear headphones won an Award last year, and deservedly so - they're comfy, attractive and produce wonderfully clear and detailed sound. Undoubtedly some of the best in-ears at this price.
7. Sony KD-49XE9005
Tested at £1500
Spend a bit of time getting the set-up right, and you'll be rewarded with a 4K gem that excels at any resolution.
8. Sony MDR-1000X
Tested at £330
A stunning effort from Sony. These superb noise-cancelling cans are up there with the best, which is why we gave them an Award in 2016.
10. Oppo UDP-203
Tested at £650
Oppo's first 4K Blu-ray player doesn't come cheap, but it sets a new standard in home cinema picture quality.