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.
On our cover this issue is Acer’s new V9800 projector, the first DLP 4K PJ to hit our test bench. Can this more affordable rival challenge the likes of Sony’s SXRD models with its HDR and Ultra HD playback? We reveal all… Also auditioned this month is Arcam’s AV860. The Brit brand’s flagship processor features Dolby Atmos, DTS:X and Dirac Live EQ, making it a perfect match for premium 11-channel setups. We also run the rule over Sony’s 55in XE9005 TV, mini floorstanding speakers from Neat Acoustics, Orbitsound’s One soundbar, GoldenEar’s 2 x 8in subwoofer, the entry-level UB300 Ultra HD Blu-ray player from Panasonic, Nvidia’s revamped Shield TV media machine and more from brands including Denon, Philips and Yamaha. So whatever your budget, we’ve got you covered. On the software side, we go retro and relive our love affair with LaserDisc, the original premium home cinema format, and then check out new Blu-ray/4K releases including Fantastic Beasts…, Passengers, Sully, Rogue One and restored classics The Adventures of Robin Hood and Excalibur. And we round up 10 of the best movie prequels for your collection. Elsewhere, we drool over the winner of the Best Home Theatre category in the CEDIA Global Awards; give away Planet Earth II on 4K Blu-ray; head over to San Francisco to check out LG’s groundbreaking W7 OLED TV; discuss the differences between 4K upscaling techniques; and wonder why Hollywood keeps making films based on videogames… Plus all the usual opinions, advice, news and more. Enjoy the show!