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In an era of fake news and product reviews of uncertain provenance it’s reassuring to know that Hi-Fi News is not only the ‘Home of Real Hi-Fi’ but it’s also a high-end magazine where hi-fi is tested and reviewed for real. This is our pledge to the HFN readership, and a bond we will never break. While I’m on the subject of duty of care to our fellow audiophiles, I must reluctantly confirm the postponement of this year’s Hi-Fi Show Live to the weekend of 10th/11th September 2022. Although the UK’s only high-end audio event also offers vastly more open space and fresh air at the Ascot Grandstand than an old-school show in a crumbling hotel, your safety and – as important – your confidence in your safety takes precedence. Listening to amazing systems and enjoying seminars without the stress of social distancing is vital, so I remain committed to bringing you all a bigger and brighter UK Hi-Fi Show Live next year when we can meet and celebrate, and relax. And when we do, it will still be the biggest party the UK hi-fi industry has ever thrown! This month we have news on Limited edition anniversary amplifier from Luxman, Grado revisits Prestige Series ’phones, Q Acoustics expands its active speaker range, Vertere unveils hand-built MM cartridge. Mike Barnes talks to those working in the music industry about how the Covid-19 pandemic has changed the ways they make music and in our definitive product reviews we look at the PMC fact fenestria, Flagship speaker packs a quartet of piston bass drivers and vibration control like that used in earthquake zones... Hold on to your seats! Plus much more.

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