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In this issue

SPATIAL AUDIO RELATIONS
S&V’s Mike Mettler and Al Griffin put Apple Music’s new Atmos music offerings to the test. Do they stand up to the surround sound mixes previously available on Blu-ray and other disc formats? More important, can streaming be the future of multichannel music?

MEDIA ROOM INSIDER: SENECA CINEMA
An IT Pro outfits his New Jersey Pine Barrens home with a DIY theater, proving not only that you can design and build an A/V utopia yourself, but you can do it on the cheap.

THX Onyx DAC/ Headphone Amplifier

THX Does High-Res Audio

THX Onyx DAC/ Headphone Amplifier

3 mins

SPATIAL AUDIO RELATIONS

Ears-on with Apple Music’s new Atmos offerings

SPATIAL AUDIO RELATIONS

10+ mins

MEDIA ROOM INSIDER: SENECA CINEMA

Do-It-Yourself Theater with a Twist

MEDIA ROOM INSIDER: SENECA CINEMA

9 mins

OLED For Less

SONY’S NEW XR-65A80J OLED TV isn’t a member of the company’s Master Series—that designation belongs to its XR-A90J OLED models, which are spec’d to deliver higher brightness than the XR-A80J sets. And while we haven’t yet tested those pricier Sony OLEDs, the XR-65A80J is far from being a second-class citizen. Read on to find out why.

OLED For Less

10+ mins

LCD Reloaded

IN 2020, Sound & Vision tested Samsung’s 65-inch Q90T series TV, an LCD model that lacked some of the features and refinements found in the company’s flagship sets from the previous year.

LCD Reloaded

10+ mins

XGIMI – A Potent Portable

Even as TVs grow ever-larger, the projector category continues to be an active one, with more recent designs like ultra-short throw models giving viewers an alternative to room-dominating hangfrom-ceiling setups.

XGIMI – A Potent Portable

10+ mins

The Power Station

True story. My very first hi-fi system featured a Rotel integrated amplifier—if memory serves, a model RA-20 of some 20 watts per channel.

The Power Station

8 mins

Instant Atmos

KLIPSCH’S NEW Cinema series soundbars are the latest effort of an iconic, 75-year-old speaker maker to push new performance barriers while delivering a product that is quintessential, well, Klipsch.

Instant Atmos

10 mins

A Classic Reimagined

KLH model five loudspeaker

A Classic Reimagined

10+ mins

Rack Your World

IF YOU’RE A boomer who grew up in the 1960s and 1970s like I did, you’ll remember that no home was complete unless it had a stereo system in the living room.

Rack Your World

9 mins

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Sound & Vision Magazine Description:

PublisherAVTech Media Americas Inc

CategoryTechnology

LanguageEnglish

FrequencyBi-Monthly

Sound & Vision is a monthly magazine published by AVTech Media Americas Inc. It was first published in 1980 and is one of the most popular magazines for audiophiles and home theater enthusiasts.

The magazine reviews a wide range of audio and video equipment, including speakers, amplifiers, turntables, TVs, projectors, and Blu-ray players. It also publishes articles on a variety of other topics related to audio and video, such as listening room acoustics, recording techniques, and home theater design.

Sound & Vision is aimed at a wide audience of audiophiles and home theater enthusiasts, from casual listeners to serious enthusiasts. It is a popular resource for anyone who wants to learn more about audio and video equipment and how to get the best sound and picture possible.

Here are some of the things you can expect to find in Sound & Vision Magazine:

* Reviews of the latest audio and video equipment
* Articles on audio and video technology and techniques
* Interviews with audio engineers and filmmakers
* Features on audio and video history and culture
* Tips and advice on how to get the best sound and picture possible

Sound & Vision Magazine is the perfect resource for anyone who is interested in high-quality audio and video. Subscribe today and start enjoying your movies and music the way they were meant to be heard and seen!

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