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Home Cinema Choice

Oct 01 2019
Magazine

Home Cinema Choice is the UK's best-selling home cinema enthusiasts magazine. Every issue features news and reviews of the latest home cinema equipment, from amplifiers, receivers, processors and power amps, to DVD recorders, speakers, projectors and flat panel TVs.

Welcome

Home Cinema Choice

CONTRIBUTORS

Box of tricks • Klipsch The Three II → www.henleyaudio.co.uk

Sound from any angle? • Piega AP 1.2 → www.piega.ch

Anthem revamps ARC EQ • Room correction tool promises better performance from MRX AVRs

Playlist… • Team HCC spins up its disc picks of the month

Film fest for film fanatics • Widescreen Weekend to kick off with Ready Player One in 70mm

At the 'plex… • Heading out to see a flick? Catch these this month

Meet Marantz's new AV toys • SR series boosted by receiver duo promising 'audiophile-quality' sound

Toshiba joins DV parade • Low-cost flatscreens pack in the features… and do what they’re told

Press play • Discs spinning your way in the coming month…

News x10 • This month’s top 10 news stories in handy, bite-sized chunks…

Premiere… • What's happening in the world of TV and films…

Cheer up, sleepy Jean • X-Men: Dark Phoenix → Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment→ DVD/Blu-ray/Ultra HD Blu-ray

Back of the 'net • Trailers, technology and more to check out on the web

Face to Face • Topics of discussion on the HCC Facebook page

MARVEL MOVIES RANKED! • Avengers: Endgame wraps up Marvel's epic, industry-defining franchise. But where does it sit amidst the 22 movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Anton van Beek separates heroes from villains

Heroes of Ultra HD • Disney is on a mission to bring all its Marvel movies to 4K fanatics

Phase Four and beyond • What's new for the MCU?

TAKING A TV FOR A TUNEUP • A professional calibration can get your flatscreen looking its finest. Mark Craven puts that theory to the test with help from Vincent Teoh

Stellar home cinema cellar • Daniel Sait reports on a cosy but cutting-edge basement movie den

Stand and deliver • HARDWARE KEF R Series speakers in a floorstanding 5.1.2 Dolby Atmos setup PANASONIC 55in GZ1500 OLED TV and DP-UB450 4K Blu-ray player KLIPSCH Soundbar/subwoofer system SAMSUNG 65in Q80R QLED TV EPSON Portable LED projector PIONEER Affordable seven-channel AV receiver SONY PlayStation Classic & MORE!

R-rated entertainment • KEF’s revamped R Series is just the ticket for a serious AV system. Ed Selley gets stuck in

OLED update hits the right notes • Panasonic’s latest TV is a thing of beauty, reckons John Archer

Pioneer’s budget belter • Mark Craven marvels at the do-it-all attitude of this sub-£500, feature-packed AV receiver

When two become one • This Philips OLED wants to put an end to the notion of mediocre TV audio. Mark Craven reports

Tractrix fantastix? • Richard Stevenson samples Klipsch's horn tweeter soundbar system, and adds wireless rears for extra immersion

Feel-good 4K • This bigscreen Hisense TV features premium Dolby Vision HDR, but still retains that good-value vibe, says Steve May

Mid-tier TV aims high • Does Samsung's Q80R model represent the sweet spot in its colour-rich, high-brightness QLED lineup this year? Steve May counts the calories

Small business • Epson’s EF-100 is enticingly small and fun but does it match up to the competition when it comes to resolution and features? Martin Dew investigates

4K frugality • Is Panasonic's DP-UB450, a compact deck stripped of Wi-Fi and streaming apps, the 4K Blu-ray bargain to end all others? John Archer reckons it just might be

Sony PlayStation Classic...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 116 Publisher: AV Tech Media Ltd Edition: Oct 01 2019

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  • Release date: September 4, 2019

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English

Home Cinema Choice is the UK's best-selling home cinema enthusiasts magazine. Every issue features news and reviews of the latest home cinema equipment, from amplifiers, receivers, processors and power amps, to DVD recorders, speakers, projectors and flat panel TVs.

Welcome

Home Cinema Choice

CONTRIBUTORS

Box of tricks • Klipsch The Three II → www.henleyaudio.co.uk

Sound from any angle? • Piega AP 1.2 → www.piega.ch

Anthem revamps ARC EQ • Room correction tool promises better performance from MRX AVRs

Playlist… • Team HCC spins up its disc picks of the month

Film fest for film fanatics • Widescreen Weekend to kick off with Ready Player One in 70mm

At the 'plex… • Heading out to see a flick? Catch these this month

Meet Marantz's new AV toys • SR series boosted by receiver duo promising 'audiophile-quality' sound

Toshiba joins DV parade • Low-cost flatscreens pack in the features… and do what they’re told

Press play • Discs spinning your way in the coming month…

News x10 • This month’s top 10 news stories in handy, bite-sized chunks…

Premiere… • What's happening in the world of TV and films…

Cheer up, sleepy Jean • X-Men: Dark Phoenix → Twentieth Century Fox Home Entertainment→ DVD/Blu-ray/Ultra HD Blu-ray

Back of the 'net • Trailers, technology and more to check out on the web

Face to Face • Topics of discussion on the HCC Facebook page

MARVEL MOVIES RANKED! • Avengers: Endgame wraps up Marvel's epic, industry-defining franchise. But where does it sit amidst the 22 movies in the Marvel Cinematic Universe? Anton van Beek separates heroes from villains

Heroes of Ultra HD • Disney is on a mission to bring all its Marvel movies to 4K fanatics

Phase Four and beyond • What's new for the MCU?

TAKING A TV FOR A TUNEUP • A professional calibration can get your flatscreen looking its finest. Mark Craven puts that theory to the test with help from Vincent Teoh

Stellar home cinema cellar • Daniel Sait reports on a cosy but cutting-edge basement movie den

Stand and deliver • HARDWARE KEF R Series speakers in a floorstanding 5.1.2 Dolby Atmos setup PANASONIC 55in GZ1500 OLED TV and DP-UB450 4K Blu-ray player KLIPSCH Soundbar/subwoofer system SAMSUNG 65in Q80R QLED TV EPSON Portable LED projector PIONEER Affordable seven-channel AV receiver SONY PlayStation Classic & MORE!

R-rated entertainment • KEF’s revamped R Series is just the ticket for a serious AV system. Ed Selley gets stuck in

OLED update hits the right notes • Panasonic’s latest TV is a thing of beauty, reckons John Archer

Pioneer’s budget belter • Mark Craven marvels at the do-it-all attitude of this sub-£500, feature-packed AV receiver

When two become one • This Philips OLED wants to put an end to the notion of mediocre TV audio. Mark Craven reports

Tractrix fantastix? • Richard Stevenson samples Klipsch's horn tweeter soundbar system, and adds wireless rears for extra immersion

Feel-good 4K • This bigscreen Hisense TV features premium Dolby Vision HDR, but still retains that good-value vibe, says Steve May

Mid-tier TV aims high • Does Samsung's Q80R model represent the sweet spot in its colour-rich, high-brightness QLED lineup this year? Steve May counts the calories

Small business • Epson’s EF-100 is enticingly small and fun but does it match up to the competition when it comes to resolution and features? Martin Dew investigates

4K frugality • Is Panasonic's DP-UB450, a compact deck stripped of Wi-Fi and streaming apps, the 4K Blu-ray bargain to end all others? John Archer reckons it just might be

Sony PlayStation Classic...


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