The March 2012 issue of What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision goes on sale today, and what a mighty fine issue it is, even if we do say so ourselves.
It's packed with all the latest tech, including the new products you can expect to see hitting the shops this year, and a preview of what's in store at the Bristol Sound & Vision Show later this month.
Mindful of the fact that everyone wants better value for their cash these days, we've pulled together a test of five amazing value 40-42in smart TVs, all for less than £650. Now that's what we call a bargain.
And if you store most of your music on a PC or laptop, don't miss our test of superb desktop speakers that will transform your listening experience. We have the latest models from B&W, Epoz and Focal.
Alternatively, how about a micro hi-fi system with the latest streaming abilities? For less than £300 you can now have a system that plays CDs, receives DAB/FM radio, docks your iPod/iPhone and will stream music over your home network.
For true hi-fi fans with a full-blown separates system, we've rounded up four gorgeous pairs of standmount speakers around the two grand mark for a no-holds-barred Group Test.
Elsewhere in the issue our Supertest focuses on one-make home cinema systems (Blu-ray player plus AV amp/receiver), priced from £1150 to £1800, with combos from Harman Kardon, Onkyo, Pioneer and Yamaha.
And, as ever, we have a packed First Tests section with exclusive reviews of the new Cambridge Audio Azur 651C/651A CD player and stereo amp, Monitor Audio Gold GX200 floorstanding speakers, Rega Fono Mini A2D phono stage and Cyp AU-D160 DAC/headphone amp.
Oh, and also KEF's KHT3005 HD2 style speaker package, Pioneer's SC-LX75 home cinema amp and Toshiba's tech-laden 46in 3D, LCD/LED smart TV.
That not enough? Then why not enter our competition to win a superb Dali Fazon 5 5.1 surround sound speaker package. We've got three sets to give away, each worth £1300.
And if you want to enjoy some music take a listen to our 2012 Spotify playlist, which we've just updated with more tracks from this issue.