What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision

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What Hi-Fi
Editor

Jonathan Evans (What Hi-Fi? magazine)

Simon Lucas (whathifi.com)
Categories Hi-fi, home cinema and home entertainment
Frequency Monthly magazine, daily website
Circulation 28,935 ABC Jan–Dec 2017
First issue October 1976
Company Haymarket Consumer Media
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Website whathifi.com

What Hi-Fi? is a magazine published 13 times a year by Haymarket Consumer Media. It is a buying guide to consumer electronics, featuring reviews and articles on hi-fi, home cinema, television and home entertainment. What Hi-Fi? claims to be "the world's leading independent guide to buying and owning hi-fi and home cinema" and home to "the most trusted tech reviews in the world".

The magazine has nine international editions, with Haymarket claiming its total readership is in excess of one million per issue.[1] whathifi.com has a comprehensive, constantly updated library of audio and video hardware reviews, plus news, features, advice and opinion from the editorial team. In the course of 2017 whathifi.com hosted over 24 million unique users.


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What Hi Fi sold to Future Publishing by Haymarket in multi brand deal for £14m. http://www.futureplc.com/2018/03/21/future-to-acquire-five-specialist-titles-from-haymarket-media-group/

  • What Hi-Fi are member of the British Federation of Audio [1]
  • What Hi-Fi 2008 winners at Superfi [2]
  • FIPP Website - What Hi-Fi launches in China [3]

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