The April issue of What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision goes on sale today, and a mighty fine issue it is too.
As ever, we've been toiling away in our test rooms for the last few weeks testing all the latest high-tech kit, including the world's smartest TV – Samsung's voice-controlled UE55ES8000.
And if you want an even bigger picture, we've picked a trio of £1000 projectors for that real cinema feel in your home.
Now of course any decent screen or projector needs a top-class source, so we've picked the crème de la crème of £500 Blu-ray players and given them a thorough testing.
Models from Cambridge Audio, Denon, Marantz, Onkyo and Oppo go head to head – and none disappoint. But, as ever, there can only be one winner.
Of course, there's more to Blu-ray than just superb high-definition pictures: you get high-definition surround sound too. And what better way to unleash it than with a serious home cinema amplifier.
This month's Group Test pits the Onkyo TX-NR3009 vs Pioneer SC-LX85 vs Yamaha RX-A3010. And what a gripping contest it turned out to be, with not a single duffer among them.
Switching to music, don't miss our 'ultimate docks test'. We've rounded up 12 budget, midrange and premium docks with prices from £100 to £500, so there's something to suit whatever your budget.
And if you like to listen to your tunes while out and about, you can escape the hubbub with our roundup of noise-cancelling cans.
As for First Tests, there's the usual smorgasbord of exclusives. This month we're the first to test B&W's long-awaited B&W MT-60D style speaker package, Arcam's FMJD33 'super DAC', Q Acoustics' new 2050i floorstanding hi-fi speakers, and a radical new ultra high-def projector from JVC.
You can also read our verdict on Focal's elegant Spirit One headphones, Sony's AirPlay/internet radio micro system, an all-in-one Blu-ray home cinema system from Harman Kardon and Neat's tiny, and impressive, Iota speakers.
Oh, and you could win a pair of Spendor A9 speakers worth £4395 in this month's competition.