Editor Jez Ford announces
the 2019 Awards at the
Como Melbourne event

The Sound+Image Awards 2019

The annual Sound+Image Awards dinner has been an essential event in the calendar of the audio-visual industry for more than 25 years.

Held every year since 1989, the prestigious Sound+Image Awards recognise excellence in the design, manufacture and installation of audio, home entertainment and incar equipment.

This year's winners, the 2019 Sound+Image Awards, were announced on October 20th at a special event to be held at the Como Melbourne. The full list of winners is now live here on our Awarfds microsite and across AVHub.com.au, and all the winners will be celebrated in the upcoming special Awards edition of Sound+Image magazine.

The Sound+Image Awards cover the key areas of home entertainment:

   -   TVs and displays;
   -   sources (CD and Blu-ray players, PVRs and digital sources);
   -   amplifiers and receivers;
   -   loudspeakers, wireless speakers and multiroom systems; and
   -   custom installation projects and products.

New awards are regularly introduced to reflect the changing world of home entertainment. Recent additions include additional awards for soundbars and noise-cancelling headphones, wireless streaming systems, and multiroom audio.

Special Awards are presented for Lifetime Achievement recognition.

Products are evaluated on the basis of the following criteria:

   -   sound and/or image quality;
   -   value for money;
   -   features;
   -   build quality;
   -   appearance;
   -   ease of use and ergonomics.

Unlike many awards, there is no entry fee or formal submission process for the Sound+Image Awards; all products reviewed in our titles during the preceding 12 months are eligible, with winners chosen entirely on merit from the products reviewed in the previous year in Sound+Image, Australian Hi-Fi, Australian Incar, Audio Esoterica, and Best Buys Audio & AV.. There is currently no charge for companies to use our Awards logo to announce and promote their successful products. All this helps keep our awards fully independent, and a true recommendation to our readers. 

Now head to the 2019 winners! CLICK HERE

Cogworks' Paul McLean collects the Multiroom Amplifier of the Year award for Meridian's 251 Powered Zone Controller.

 

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