Inside, you'll find hundreds of reviews of the latest and best kit, including more than 20 sensational one-make separates systems for superior hi-fi and home cinema performance.
We've also covered compact hi-fi and home-cinema-in-a-box systems, DAB and desktop hi-fi kit, iPod docks, music servers, media players, televisions, games consoles and Blu-ray disc players.
Naturally, you'll also find reviews of all the essential extras you'll need to make your system sing, and in a special feature this issue, we've also included tips on how to squeeze the most performance from your kit without spending a penny.
The future of digital downloading
And if all that's not enough, we've also lifted the lid on the music industry's future in the age of digital downloading.
In our in-depth MP3 Revolution feature, we explore the changing face of music consumption, and ask what it means for hi-fi to come.
Along the way, we talk to everyone from the founders of Spotify and Last.fm to senior names at B&W, Chord Electronics, Cyrus, Linn, Meridian and Naim. Want to know what hi-fi will be like in the years to come? You need to read this...
The What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision Ultimate Guide to Systems is on sale April 2nd priced £4.99 – you can find it in Asda, Borders, Sainsburys and WH Smith.
To find out more about this month's issue, see our Ultimate Guides page.