So what do we have in store? Well, the centrepiece of our demo is Panasonic's giant TH-103PF9 plasma screen, worth a cool £40,000. Feeding that is a £1600 Denon DVD-3800BD Blu-ray player and Toshiba Qosimo G50 laptop worth £2000.
Sound is reproduced by a Meridian G68 sound controller (£4888) linked to four Meridian DSP7200 active speakers (£17,122 a pair) and a centre speaker the size of a fridge. Oh, and a subwoofer for good measure.
We'll be demonstrating just how fabulous Blu-ray discs can look and sound on such a system, and experimenting with PC-based audio played off the Toshiba laptop. Come and join us on the What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision stand in the Bristol suite if you can.
Discounts on a whole range of kit
Elsewhere at the show you'll be able to find some recession-busting discounts on a whole variety of kit.
If you buy a Pioneer KRP-600A plasma, you'll get a free Pioneer KRL-32 LCD TV with it. Or you can get a Pioneer BDP-51FD Blu-ray player for half price (normally £350).
We've already mentioned this Sonos offer, and Tannoy is offering 20 per cent off its speaker range at the show. You can also get 15-25 per cent off a range of Adam Audio speakers, and between £100 and £200 discount on Quad speakers, depending on which model you choose.
In the market for some new speaker cable? Chord Company is selling its Silver Screen cable at 20 per cent less (£4.70/m) for the duration of the show.
And if you want to give your iPod a boost, you can pick up a Fatman i-Tube (without speakers) for 10 per cent less and with a free pair of Fatman Fat headphones. Alternatively, there's £100 off both the Roth Audio Alfie and MC4, both on offer at £295.
For those with more cash to splash, SIM2 is offering a £4000 discount on its C3X Lumis Host projector, available here for £25,000.
These and many more deals are to be found at the Bristol Sound and Vision Show, running from today until Sunday at the Marriott Hotel, Lower Castle Street, Bristol. Come and join us!