The magazine has had a major makeover, with the October 2010 issue – on sale today – sporting a brand-new look.
"Informed by a ton of research (and having paid close attention to the feedback we get on the forums), we began with a simple mantra – ‘more and better buying advice'," says What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision Editor Dominic Dawes.
"Over the early, frantic weeks of re-thinking the magazine, this became distilled into a single word: ‘more'."
There's more of everything: more words in each review; more depth and context to buying advice; more analysis and opinion in the News stories; more insight into product design and new tech; more jargon explained; more system-matching options; and more stylish photography and design. Oh, and some new fonts.
You can read all about the redesign, and the extra sections we've added, in Dom's redesign blog.
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As for content, the magazine's packed – as ever – with exclusive reviews of all the latest hi-tech hi-fi and home cinema kit.
We've a Supertest of 40-42in TVs, Group Tests of 3D-enabled, sub-£500 home cinema amps, budget hi-fi speakers under £300 and 2.1 Blu-ray in a box systems.
Roundups of Bluetooth headphones and HDMI cables provide an instant system upgrade, and if you're thinking of buying a 3D TV then don't miss our essential Jargon Buster. We've also picked the best kit for your bedroom.
Exclusive First Tests abound, with our initial verdict on Sony's BDV-E370 Blu-ray in a box system, Humax's HDR-FOX T2 Freeview HD PVR, Pioneer's VSX-LX53 AV receiver, Audiolab's 8200CD, a £100 Blu-ray player from Toshiba, another Freeview HD box from Sharp, Mission's mighty MX1 £150 speakers, and Arcam's appealing rDAC.
Want to know what's going on in the world of high-definition TV? Then don't miss out on our new Insider section of news and analysis. And in Savvy Shopper we help one of our Forum regulars upgrade his Blu-ray player.
This month's Big Question tackles the issue: "How much should I spend on a DAC to improve iTunes?" Three readers decide. While our new System Builder gives you all the options for building a complete home cinema system around a Sony BDP-S570 Blu-ray player.
If all that wasn't enough to excite you, then this month's competition prize is a belter: we're giving away a Naim UnitiSystem worth nearly £5500, complete with Naim Uniti, UnitiQute and UnitiServe. Head on over to our competition page to enter.
All this and much, much more is in the new-look issue of What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision, on sale today. Don't miss it!