What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision

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What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision
Editor

Simon Lucas, What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision

Joe Cox, whathifi.com
Categories Hi-fi, home cinema, and video games
Frequency Monthly magazine, daily website
Circulation 47,444 ABC Jan–Dec 2009
First issue 1976
Company Haymarket Consumer Media
Country United Kingdom
Language English
Website WhatHiFi.com

What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision was a monthly magazine published by Haymarket Consumer Media. It featured articles on hi-fi, home cinema, television, video games, sound, computers and gadgets. What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision claimed to be "the world's leading independent guide to buying and owning home cinema". These editions ceased publication in December 2015, transferring back to the standard "What Hi-Fi" magazine format.

The magazine had nine international editions with Haymarket claiming its readership was above one million.[1] WhatHiFi.com has a comprehensive library of audio and video hardware reviews, plus news and opinion from the editorial team.

To accompany the regular issues, What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision regularly produced "Ultimate Guides", and once a year released the Awards issue in which it rewarded products in various categories. This has now transferred to the standard "What Hi-Fi" magazine.

References[edit]

  • 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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