Two weeks to go! What Hi-Fi? Awards 2023 winners announced on 11th October

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The What Hi-Fi? Awards are back for the 41st time and we have just two weeks to go until our first winners are announced. 

The event is returning after another busy year for the What Hi-Fi? team, who have personally tried, tested and reviewed everything from top-of-the-line hi-fi speakers and streamers to the latest Micro Lens Array TVs and wireless headphones. 

As in previous years, the winners will be revealed in two stages over the coming months, so there are a number of key dates to keep in mind. 

We’ll be announcing the first set of winners on the What Hi-Fi? website on Wednesday 11th October. Expect more than 100 Best Buy winners across 26 product categories.    

The overall Product of the Year winners for each category will then be announced at the black-tie What Hi-Fi? Awards event on 15th November.

And don't forget, you can have your say: voting for our Readers' Award is open now. It's your chance to tell us which product has been your star performer over the past 12 months. 

We'll reveal our Readers' Award winner at our event in November, alongside a new Temptation winner, a fresh entrant into the What Hi-Fi? Hall of Fame, our Innovation of the Year, and another Outstanding Contribution winner. 

You'll be able to see all the announcements, as they happen, on the What Hi-Fi? website and across our social channels.

Head over to the main What Hi-Fi? Awards page to see all our previous years' winners.


Check out the What Hi-Fi? Hall of Fame for our pick of the best products of all time

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Alastair Stevenson
Editor in Chief

Alastair is What Hi-Fi?’s editor in chief. He has well over a decade’s experience as a journalist working in both B2C and B2B press. During this time he’s covered everything from the launch of the first Amazon Echo to government cyber security policy. Prior to joining What Hi-Fi? he served as Trusted Reviews’ editor-in-chief. Outside of tech, he has a Masters from King’s College London in Ethics and the Philosophy of Religion, is an enthusiastic, but untalented, guitar player and runs a webcomic in his spare time. 

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