The Novotel London West is ready and waiting, the AV industry is primed with the latest products and the What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision review team are all set to dispense advice 'til we drop... but have you got your ticket?
Yes, it's the What Hi-Fi Sound and Vision Show 2007 – in tandem with Stuff Live!, lest we forget – kicking off on Friday 2nd November and running all the way through until close of play on Sunday 4th.
And just to show you what some exhibitors will do to avoid packing up after the show, you can win all the entire demonstration system in the Marantz room - worth well over £5000!
First things first let us tell you why you just have to be there. Simply put, it's the UK's premier hi-fi, home cinema and MP3 event. All your favourite manufacturers and brands will be there, from Arcam to Wilson Benesch, Sony to NAD, Denon to Sim2, each with all the very latest products for your scrutiny.
There will be world exclusive products on show – the Panasonic 103in plasma TV (above), the world's largest, for example – all-new companies launching in the UK – Klipsch Audio (below) – and product launches of the latest kit – Denon's 2008 flagship AVP-A1HD preamp/processor and matching POA-A1HD 10-channel power amp.
You could also win a complete home cinema system worth well over £5000 at the show, by visiting the Marantz room. One lucky visitor will walk away with the company's flagship DV9600 DVD player (left), the company's top receiver and a complete 5.1-channel Mordaunt-Short Mezzo speaker system. And no, you don't really have to carry it all home on the tube!
With a wealth of exhibitors we guarantee there will be plenty to tickle your fancy. Naim, Q Acoustics, Roksan, Fatman, LG, Epson, Nokia... they'll all be there, plus many more. For a full list of exhibitors, see here.
The Show website is the place to go to book tickets online, or you can pick up the dog and bone and call 0870 040 0383. Remember there's a discount on tickets if you book in advance – just £13 for each day's entertainment (timed entry Saturday and Sunday) – and don't forget your ticket gives you access to Stuff magazine's Stuff Live! show, too!
See you there...