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Editor-in-chiefPaul Miller

Joined EISA in 2002

Published byAVTech Media Ltd

AddressAVTech Media Ltd, Enterprise House, Enterprise Way, Edenbridge, Kent, TN8 6HF, UK

Phone+44 1689 869 909

Email:paul.miller@eisa.eu

Hi-Fi News was launched in June 1956, and the statement of policy in first issue was that: “In Hi-Fi News, we shall endeavour earnestly to represent the high standards that are essential for high fidelity sound reproduction. We offer Hi-Fi News to the manufacturer as a medium through which his goods can be displayed and discussed, and we present it to our readers as a paper they can trust and rely upon.”  The magazine offers in-depth reviews of all audio equipment, entry-level to super-fi high-end, with authoritative technical features, new product and technology news, product lab testing and group tests, readers’ system features, on-location manufacturer features, opinion columns from industry experts, show reports and music reviews (jazz, classical, rock/pop and audiophile).

“HiFi-News is delighted to participate in Europe’s most prestigioius Awards programme.”

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    Keith Howard explains how and why HFN has expanded its test regime Time flies when you're having fun. I bought the equipment to measure headphones for Hi-Fi News as long ago as May 2007, since when I've tested around 115 different models for the magazine. These have included circumaural (over-ear) designs, supra-aural (on-ear) and insert, […]
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  • Prelude & Fugue 10th October 2019
    Christopher Breunig auditions the Well-Tempered Arm What could be more apt than the UK launch of the Well-Tempered Arm at the end of Bach's tercentenary year? Ken Kessler brought you the first picture of this iconoclastic tonearm as part of his April '85 CES report and even before then, he had inveigled California-based designer William […]