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Best of Stuff and What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision Show 2005 Competition

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Do you like gadgets? We like gadgets. And speakers. And big Tellys. That’s why we’re going to the Best of Stuff and What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision Show 2005, a show so good they sponsored it twice. Yes that’s right, two shows for the price of one. But if you’re very lucky, you’ll be able to go to for nothing, as TrustedReviews is giving away five pairs of tickets.

Running from the 4th to the 6th on November at the Novotel London West hotel in Hammersmith, the show promises to showcase the best of the hi-fi and the home entertainment industries.

In the past, Hi-Fi and AV manufacturers had very different ethos about entertainment. However, things are truly moving on so you’ll see speakers system from long established Hi-Fi manufactures along with surround sound systems with wireless technology, as well as Media Center systems from PC companies and Wi-Fi enabled Internet radios. Convergence is the word, I think.

At the show you’ll be able to get up close and personal with all the big names from consumer specialists Sony and Sharp, to high-end specialists like Naim Audio and Wilson Benesch. So if you want to see for yourself how rear projection DLP compares with Plasma and LCD, and play with the latest phones and gaming consoles, the Best of Stuff and What Hi-Fi? Sound and Vision Show 2005 is where you want to be.

It makes sense therefore to offers access to both shows under one roof. So if you love your tech gadgets as much as your home cinema, and let’s fact it who doesn’t, you’ll be in seventh heaven.

Ready for the question? Let’s go

This competition is closed.

The competition is only open to UK residents and closes on the 28th of October 2005, so we can get the tickets out to you in the post.

Employees of Stuff Magazine, What Hi-Fi Magazine and TrustedReviews.com are not eligible to enter, not that they'd bother as they can get free tickets anyway.

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