What Hi-Fi? Awards 2022: British brands continue their stereo amp supremacy

Tobin

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Without any new products reviewed in the <£500, the £500-£800 or the £800-£1500 (and only 1 in the £1500-£3000) categories over the last year, it doesn't seem all that surprising that most of the winners are the same.
 

doifeellucky

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Apart from the regular advertisers catering for those who explicitly trust WHF, most manufacturers know they’re so out of touch compared to the rest of the internet, and so can’t even be bothered to send stuff for review anymore.

Even well regarded brands like Exposure and countless speaker manufacturers don’t even bother.

Many of the awards have had the same winners for the last two or three years which is utter nonsense, based on how much new gear has been reviewed elsewhere.

WHF needs to significantly up their game.
 

Freddy

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Apart from the regular advertisers catering for those who explicitly trust WHF, most manufacturers know they’re so out of touch compared to the rest of the internet, and so can’t even be bothered to send stuff for review anymore.

Even well regarded brands like Exposure and countless speaker manufacturers don’t even bother.

Many of the awards have had the same winners for the last two or three years which is utter nonsense, based on how much new gear has been reviewed elsewhere.

WHF needs to significantly up their game.
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