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Home Cinema Choice

Nov 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.

Home Cinema Choice

Welcome

Poetry in Motion • Martin Logan Motion Series → www.martin-logan.co.uk

Denon doubles down • Denon DHT-S716H & DHT-S516H → www.denon.co.uk

Disney+ UK launch delay • Streaming service won't arrive until 2020, after debut this year in US

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

REL racks up more bass • Serie S lineup gets two new models, and wants you to stack 'em

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

Slimmed down centre for KEF Q • Q250C joins entry-level speaker range

Hollywood tunes up TV • Panasonic and LG to introduce 'Filmmaker Mode' preset in 2020

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

Suited to the job • Spider-Man: Far From Home → Sony Pictures Home Entertainment → DVD/Blu-ray/3D 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

Great Savings • when you subscribe to Home Cinema Choice today

IFA 2019: LCD fights back? • Steve May and Mark Craven report on the AV highlights of the Berlin technology show, from dual-layer TVs to user-friendly surround sound

Tech watch • News in brief from the 2019 IFA expo

KING OF THE MONSTERS • Anton van Beek dons a Hazmat suit and delves into the cinematic history of radioactive rampager Godzilla

65 years of rampage! • You'll need more than a weekend to watch all these

Criterion's roarsome Blu-ray boxset • Fifteen vintage Godzilla flicks will soon make their UK debut

Movie room makeover • Bespoke acoustic treatment and high-end hardware have given this basement cinema a new lease of life.

Movie-mad machine • This IMAX Enhanced AVR is a home cinema sensation, says Steve May

Fully loaded for 4K HDR • John Archer is happy to see this LCD TV pushing its HDR credentials, although there's a string attached

Cabasse hits an Eole in 5.1 • Mark Craven takes this revamped, 5.1 sub/sat style system for a spin. Literally

E Series offers excitement • This Polk setup promises a supercharged performance. Steve Withers dons overalls and looks under the hood

Atmos 'bar whistles a tune • Panasonic’s SC-HTB900 is a cracking 3.1 audio system, says Steve May, but should you expect more?

Projector with plenty of pixels • JVC has gone native (4K) with its ‘mainstream’ D-ILA projectors. John Archer dims the lights and drools

Highs and lows • With SACD and DVD-Audio playback, this well-built Sony 4K spinner is something of a bargain – but John Archer believes the brand needs to do better with Dolby Vision

Two-channel amp is a BluOS box of tricks • Looking to downsize your AV system? Ed Selley reckons that NAD might have made the perfect device to help you do just that

Netgear Nighthawk AX8 AX6000 • Give your Wi-Fi gadgets room to stream with this high-fl ying router, says Steve May

Chord Qutest • Steve May discovers this compact DAC takes two-channel sources to another level

Digital Copy • The times they are a changin', says Mark Craven, when it comes to flatscreen TVs. But where does the bigscreen arms race leave projectors, and buyers in the...


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

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  • Release date: October 2, 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.

Home Cinema Choice

Welcome

Poetry in Motion • Martin Logan Motion Series → www.martin-logan.co.uk

Denon doubles down • Denon DHT-S716H & DHT-S516H → www.denon.co.uk

Disney+ UK launch delay • Streaming service won't arrive until 2020, after debut this year in US

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

REL racks up more bass • Serie S lineup gets two new models, and wants you to stack 'em

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

Slimmed down centre for KEF Q • Q250C joins entry-level speaker range

Hollywood tunes up TV • Panasonic and LG to introduce 'Filmmaker Mode' preset in 2020

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

Suited to the job • Spider-Man: Far From Home → Sony Pictures Home Entertainment → DVD/Blu-ray/3D 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

Great Savings • when you subscribe to Home Cinema Choice today

IFA 2019: LCD fights back? • Steve May and Mark Craven report on the AV highlights of the Berlin technology show, from dual-layer TVs to user-friendly surround sound

Tech watch • News in brief from the 2019 IFA expo

KING OF THE MONSTERS • Anton van Beek dons a Hazmat suit and delves into the cinematic history of radioactive rampager Godzilla

65 years of rampage! • You'll need more than a weekend to watch all these

Criterion's roarsome Blu-ray boxset • Fifteen vintage Godzilla flicks will soon make their UK debut

Movie room makeover • Bespoke acoustic treatment and high-end hardware have given this basement cinema a new lease of life.

Movie-mad machine • This IMAX Enhanced AVR is a home cinema sensation, says Steve May

Fully loaded for 4K HDR • John Archer is happy to see this LCD TV pushing its HDR credentials, although there's a string attached

Cabasse hits an Eole in 5.1 • Mark Craven takes this revamped, 5.1 sub/sat style system for a spin. Literally

E Series offers excitement • This Polk setup promises a supercharged performance. Steve Withers dons overalls and looks under the hood

Atmos 'bar whistles a tune • Panasonic’s SC-HTB900 is a cracking 3.1 audio system, says Steve May, but should you expect more?

Projector with plenty of pixels • JVC has gone native (4K) with its ‘mainstream’ D-ILA projectors. John Archer dims the lights and drools

Highs and lows • With SACD and DVD-Audio playback, this well-built Sony 4K spinner is something of a bargain – but John Archer believes the brand needs to do better with Dolby Vision

Two-channel amp is a BluOS box of tricks • Looking to downsize your AV system? Ed Selley reckons that NAD might have made the perfect device to help you do just that

Netgear Nighthawk AX8 AX6000 • Give your Wi-Fi gadgets room to stream with this high-fl ying router, says Steve May

Chord Qutest • Steve May discovers this compact DAC takes two-channel sources to another level

Digital Copy • The times they are a changin', says Mark Craven, when it comes to flatscreen TVs. But where does the bigscreen arms race leave projectors, and buyers in the...


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