Want the lowdown on the latest 3D, web-connected TVs and Blu-ray players? Or to find out which is the world's best multimedia tablet? Then you need the June issue of What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision, on sale today.
It's packed with reviews of all the latest hi-tech kit, from Spotify-enabled home cinema receivers to Cyrus's brand-new audio streamer.
Our First Tests section kicks off with an exclusive review of Onkyo's new £500 TX-NR609 multichannel receiver, complete with Spotify and Napster music streaming.
We've also got a comprehensive test of the Cyrus Streamline music streamer, Oppo's BDP-93EU universal 3D disc player, a dinky TV streamer box from LG – the £130 ST600 – and a no-frills 32in LCD TV from Panasonic.
If you're a Virgin TV customer, you'll want to know all about Virgin's super-smart new TiVo HD/3D personal video recorder, given the full test treatment in this issue.
Plus we've a pair of Blu-ray home cinema in a box systems, from Panasonic and Samsung, and JVC's DLA-X7 3D projector gets a thorough going over.
As for hi-fi, we've been listening to Rega's £500 DAC, Triangle's Color stereo speakers, Pro-ject's unusual DBS1 iPod dock system and a Furutech ADL GT40 DAC/phono stage.
In our Insider section we take a long, hard look at the future of digital radio, while our Supertest pits six of the latest 40-42in TVs against each other, with prices from £750-£1300.
And if you're in the market for an affordable 3D Blu-ray player to go with your new telly, we've a Group Test of four new models from LG, Panasonic, Sony and Samsung, priced from £150-£170.
Budget £150 stereo speaker also get the Group Test treatment, with Mission, Pro-Ject, Q Acoustics and Tannoy going head-to-head.
This month's cover test is a showdown between Apple's iPad2 and the Motorola Xoom. We reveal which is the world's best multimedia tablet.
Meanwhile reader Paul from York goes in search of a new hi-fi system in our Savvy Shopper feature.
And, as ever, we've got a cracking competition prize for you this month: two pairs of Acoustic Energy AE1 MkIII SE stereo speakers, each worth £2500, are up for grabs. Just head on over to our Competition page to enter.
All this and more is in the June 2011 issue of What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision, on sale now. Don't miss it!
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