It's time to dust-off your union jack, give any British hi-fi you own an extra workout and polish, and celebrate the best of British hi-fi with us. This week we're saluting some of the most influential British brands, products and technologies to have appeared in What Hi-Fi?.
We're also speaking to Cyrus about its all-new XR Series, asking hi-fi brands what 'British sound' is to them, and bringing you fresh reviews of British hi-fi kit from Wharfedale, Cambridge Audio, KEF and Spendor. And that's not all!
While the definition of a 'British company' has become increasingly blurred, there remains a great number of audio companies from the British Isles that have delivered great hi-fi products for our listening pleasure.
From speakers to streamers, amplifiers to turntables, British hi-fi continues to punch above its weight when it comes to delivering great sound. And even as the world becomes smaller, and we all have the chance to see, hear, review and buy products from all over the globe (something we're very happy about), rest assured What Hi-Fi? is continuing to champion the best of British.
We'll be adding news, features and reviews throughout the week, so watch this space.
Read our British HiFi Week 2021 news, features and reviews so far:
Naim for Bentley premium audio system (2020 Bentley Flying Spur) review
Cambridge Audio DacMagic 200M review
News and features
16 of the best Rega products of all time: turntables, amps and phono stages
10 of the best Arcam products of all time
Linn's next-gen Klimax DSM flagship streamer introduces Organik DAC
How Rogers Hi-Fi is bringing back some iconic BBC speakers
65 great British albums to test your hi-fi system
We ask the industry: is there such thing as 'British hi-fi sound'?
13 of the best British CD players of all time
Wilson Benesch's Torus Series will enter its next generation in the summer
12 of the best Cambridge Audio products of all time
11 of the best British stereo amplifiers of all time
Cyrus XR Series interview: a clean break from Classic
10 of the best Wharfedale speakers of all time
17 of the best British speakers of all time
12 of the best KEF products of all time
Rega introduces Kyte bookshelf speakers with "unique" phenolic resin cabinet
10 of the best British record players of all time
Maybe WHF could introduce a 'Britannia Award' to celebrate those rare products that are British owned, designed and manufactured.