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Home Cinema Choice

Xmas 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.

Home Cinema Choice

Welcome

Throwing a 4K party • Optoma UHD52ALV? www.optoma.co.uk

Cabinet meeting

New agents of Shield • Nvidia updates media player hardware with focus on Dolby technology

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

No 8K upgrade for Blu-ray • Yet 8K screen sales grow, driven by interest in super-large displays

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

Q Acoustics goes bigger with bass • 12in woofer to add LFE excitement to home cinema packages

Cutting it fine • Emmy Award-winning editor Simon Smith chats about his work on drama smash Chernobyl, and his love of his home cinema projector. Questions: Christopher Foreman

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

Man on a mission • Rambo: Last Blood → Lionsgate → 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

Daughter of Pearl • Cabasse Pearl Akoya → www.connecteddistribution.com

Great Savings • when you subscribe to Home Cinema Choice today

Jingle all the AV way… • Team HCC gets in the Christmas spirit with a wishlist of AV accessories from media streamers and system tweaks to Blu-ray boxsets, books and more

TV boxsets…

'We recorded the noises of animals to use in jets for Top Gun' • Midge Costin, Hollywood sound editor and director of Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound, lifts the curtain on film audio. Steve May listens in

RAIDING THE VAULT • Steve Withers, John Archer and Mark Craven revisit some much-loved films now debuting on 4K Blu-ray, from gangster epics and cop movies to superhero capers and some crazy creatures you should never feed after midnight…

The Wizard of Oz

Casino

Pan's Labyrinth

Making movie Majik • Two parts cinema to one part entertainment space, this professional install is a cocktail of technology and design, says Daniel Sait

REVIEWS • HARDWARE PHILIPS 65in 4K HDR OLED TV with Ambilight and Atmos EPSON Affordable 4K LCD projector AMAZON Flagship Echo speaker with 3D audio talents JBL HDMI ARC-equipped stereo soundbar OPTOMA Ultra-short-throw 4K laser projector ARENDAL SOUND 12in subwoofer with user EQ ANTHEM Room correction software & MORE!

Philips TV aims high • The OLED+934 introduces upfiring Dolby Atmos drivers. Steve May investigates

Family friendly filmic fun • John Archer fires up HDR, SDR and 3D on the latest addition to Epson's '4K Enhancement' LCD projector range

Arendal aims for an avalanche of bass • There's a pleasing level of user adjustment offered by this 12in sealed subwoofer, to join its impressively deep reach. Mark Craven gets ready to rumble

Energy by name… • Steve Withers rediscovers the simple joys of well-designed speakers

Smart laser PJ is a class apart • Optoma’s 4K ultra-short-throw PJ is a convincing TV replacement, suggests Steve May

Anthem's acoustical magic trick • The audio corp's ARC room correction software has been given a substantial overhaul. Steve Withers breaks out his laptop

Up against it • Mark Craven streamlines his listening with DALI's smart-looking on-wall Oberon...


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

OverDrive Magazine

  • Release date: November 27, 2019

Formats

OverDrive Magazine

subjects

Tech & Gaming

Languages

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.

Home Cinema Choice

Welcome

Throwing a 4K party • Optoma UHD52ALV? www.optoma.co.uk

Cabinet meeting

New agents of Shield • Nvidia updates media player hardware with focus on Dolby technology

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

No 8K upgrade for Blu-ray • Yet 8K screen sales grow, driven by interest in super-large displays

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

Q Acoustics goes bigger with bass • 12in woofer to add LFE excitement to home cinema packages

Cutting it fine • Emmy Award-winning editor Simon Smith chats about his work on drama smash Chernobyl, and his love of his home cinema projector. Questions: Christopher Foreman

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

Man on a mission • Rambo: Last Blood → Lionsgate → 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

Daughter of Pearl • Cabasse Pearl Akoya → www.connecteddistribution.com

Great Savings • when you subscribe to Home Cinema Choice today

Jingle all the AV way… • Team HCC gets in the Christmas spirit with a wishlist of AV accessories from media streamers and system tweaks to Blu-ray boxsets, books and more

TV boxsets…

'We recorded the noises of animals to use in jets for Top Gun' • Midge Costin, Hollywood sound editor and director of Making Waves: The Art of Cinematic Sound, lifts the curtain on film audio. Steve May listens in

RAIDING THE VAULT • Steve Withers, John Archer and Mark Craven revisit some much-loved films now debuting on 4K Blu-ray, from gangster epics and cop movies to superhero capers and some crazy creatures you should never feed after midnight…

The Wizard of Oz

Casino

Pan's Labyrinth

Making movie Majik • Two parts cinema to one part entertainment space, this professional install is a cocktail of technology and design, says Daniel Sait

REVIEWS • HARDWARE PHILIPS 65in 4K HDR OLED TV with Ambilight and Atmos EPSON Affordable 4K LCD projector AMAZON Flagship Echo speaker with 3D audio talents JBL HDMI ARC-equipped stereo soundbar OPTOMA Ultra-short-throw 4K laser projector ARENDAL SOUND 12in subwoofer with user EQ ANTHEM Room correction software & MORE!

Philips TV aims high • The OLED+934 introduces upfiring Dolby Atmos drivers. Steve May investigates

Family friendly filmic fun • John Archer fires up HDR, SDR and 3D on the latest addition to Epson's '4K Enhancement' LCD projector range

Arendal aims for an avalanche of bass • There's a pleasing level of user adjustment offered by this 12in sealed subwoofer, to join its impressively deep reach. Mark Craven gets ready to rumble

Energy by name… • Steve Withers rediscovers the simple joys of well-designed speakers

Smart laser PJ is a class apart • Optoma’s 4K ultra-short-throw PJ is a convincing TV replacement, suggests Steve May

Anthem's acoustical magic trick • The audio corp's ARC room correction software has been given a substantial overhaul. Steve Withers breaks out his laptop

Up against it • Mark Craven streamlines his listening with DALI's smart-looking on-wall Oberon...


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