British Hi-Fi Week KEF has been making speakers for almost 60 years – and it has a museum packed with classic speakers to prove it.
Advice Despite the rise of streaming services, the original digital format still has lots to give. Here's a handy guide to getting the most from your CD player.
As the decade comes to an end, What Hi-Fi? looks back at the best 10 pieces of hi-fi kit produced during the 'tens'.
The vinyl format offers sonic treats aplenty, but they're only fully enjoyed if your turntable is set up correctly.
The only thing your record collection lacks is portability, but there is a way to take those LPs with you wherever you go.
Gift Guides Let us guide you through some of the best hi-fi and home cinema products money can buy, just in case you're feeling super generous this Christmas.
Awards 2019 What Hi-Fi? names the 6 best turntables on the market, from £159 to over ten times that price.
Awards 2019 What Hi-Fi? has today named the best speakers on the market, and there's something for every budget and living room.
Watch television or go to the cinema and you’ll see a moving image. Only it isn’t a moving image at all...
A projector screen is essential if you want the best image from your projector. Here's a guide on how to choose the right one.
Legendary designer Ken Ishiwata tells us of his journey from building valve amps at ten to spending 40 years at Marantz.
More and more people are discovering the joys of vinyl. But how does the information on the disc become sweet music?
The high-end turntable brand announces 'plug and play' DG-1 record player at the High End Munich Show 2019.
Interview Roy Gandy, the co-founder of Rega Research and designer of the evergreen Planar 3 turntable, tells us his hi-fi story.
Back in 1983, the Mission 70 MkIIs were budget class leading speakers, but how do they compare to the best new speakers?
Peter Thomas co-founded PMC in 1991. What Hi-Fi? caught up with him to find out about his hi-fi journey.
Interview On a recent trip to Japan, What Hi-Fi? met Tetsuya Itani, Technics’ CTO and chief engineer, to talk all things hi-fi.
Feature Just 11 highly-skilled staff are responsible for the up to 150 parts that go into the high-end Technics SL-1200, SL-1000 and SP-10R turntables.