Home Cinema Choice - March 2017

Publisher: MyTime Media Ltd.
Category: Entertainment, Technology
Language: English
Frequency : Monthly
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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.

Our cover star this issue is Philips’ new 55in 4K OLED TV, the brand’s first display to use the self-emissive panel tech. With Ambilight illumination, Android TV smarts and a pristine picture performance with Ultra HD and HDR movies, this screen needs to be on your audition list. Also on the test bench this month are top-tier subwoofers from US brand SVS – both the PB16-Ultra and SB16-Ultra pack 16in drivers and potent 1,500W DSP amplifiers, but there are differences between the two, so which is right for you? We also audition BenQ’s W8000 Full HD flagship projector, soundbars from Bluesound and LG, Panasonic’s affordable Ultra HD Blu-ray player, a seven-channel Aventage AV receiver from Yamaha, a quartet of sub-£100 media streamers and more from brands including Onkyo, One For All and JVC. Whatever your budget, we’ve got you covered. On the software side, our Playback section checks out new disc releases including Jack Reacher: Never Go Back, Train to Busan and Arrow Video’s sumptuous release of Sam Peckinpah’s Bring Me The Head of Alfredo Garcia. And for 4K fans, we check out the next-gen image quality of discs including The Magnificent Seven and Inferno. Elsewhere, we’re in celebratory mood as Dolby Atmos reaches its five-year milestone; tell you everything you need to know about HDMI 2.1; get up close and personal with incoming TVs from Samsung and LG; visit a gaming-friendly 4K media room and debate whether an Ultra HD TV is better than a 1080p projector… Plus all the usual opinions, advice, news and more. Enjoy the show!


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