Home Cinema Choice
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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.
HDR brings a new level to your home cinema experience, and this issue we take a look at five flagship HDR TVs that promise to blow you away when watching UHD Blu-rays. We kick off with an exclusive review of Philips’ second-generation 55in OLED, before putting 65in/75in models from LG, Loewe, Panasonic and Sony through their paces. Also on the test bench is Denon’s HEOS AVR, which adds wireless surround speaker hookup and app-based control to its five-channel amplifier and unique design. Is this the future of home cinema? We also audition Focal’s Dolby Atmos-enabled Sib Evo speaker package; the V7850 4K projector from Acer; DALI’s high-end Phantom in-wall speakers; LG’s affordable Dolby Vision-ready LCD TV; and more. Whatever your budget, we’ve got you covered. On the software side we check out new Blu-ray/4K releases including The Fate of the Furious, Ghost in the Shell and Power Rangers, round up 10 of the best movies based on TV series, and go around the world finding discs that UK film enthusiasts will be desperate to import. Elsewhere, we chat with sound editor Jeremy Bowker about the tricks of the movie soundtrack trade; pick our AV highlights from CES Asia; report on the BBC’s plans for 4K and HDR; and celebrate the career of legendary filmmaker George A. Romero. Plus all the usual opinions, advice, news and more. Enjoy the show!