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Since 1995 Home Cinema Choice has been the must-buy magazine for AV enthusiasts. Published thirteen times a year, each issue provides in-depth, detailed reviews of the hardware products on your shortlist – from hi-def/4K televisions and projectors to AV receivers, speakers, Blu-ray players, soundbars and more. We also travel the world seeking out the latest tech and trends, provide advice and inspiration for your own cinema project and reveal the Blu-rays and DVDs you'll want to add to your collection.
Samsung’s proprietary ‘QLED’ Quantum Dot technology comes of age with its new QE55Q9FN Ultra HD TV. Check out our in-depth review to discover if this 55in full array local dimming LCD display can measure up to its OLED competitors when it comes to delivering mouth-watering 4K HDR visuals… Also on the test bench this issue is Acoustic Energy’s 100 Series 5.1 floorstanding loudspeaker array, which finds the British audio brand revisiting a classic name for an entry-level line that packs plenty of new technology. We also run the rule over Yamaha’s top-flight 9.2-channel RX-A3070 AV receiver, REL’s punchy HT-1003 subwoofer, Focal’s innovative 300 ICW 8 in-ceiling Atmos speakers, and more. In this month’s grouptest we round-up a quartet of four sub-£1,500 4K projectors from Acer, BenQ, Optoma and ViewSonic. So, whatever your budget, we’ve got you covered. On the software side, we check out new Blu-ray and 4K releases including The Greatest Showman, The Commuter and Star Wars: The Last Jedi 3D, plus a deluxe edition of the acclaimed cyberpunk anime series Ghost in the Shell: Stand Alone Complex. We also explore talk to the BFI about its upcoming celebration of Woodfall Films and the art of making Blu-ray boxsets. Elsewhere, we assemble a quartet of AV systems designed for budget ranging from just £1,000 all the way up to £25,000! We also say goodbye to Oppo as the high-spec manufacturer pulls out of the Blu-ray player market, go in search of missing Freeview HD channels, reveal why silence can be golden when it comes to movie soundtracks and give away five Roku 4K Streaming Stick+ media streamers! Plus all the usual opinions, news, disc reviews and competitions. Enjoy the show!