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Home Cinema Choice

Sep 01 2021
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

CONTRIBUTORS

Plug and play • ➜NEWS HIGHLIGHTS MONITOR AUDIO Seventh-generation Silver Series speakers SONY HT-A9 system promises 'a new frontier of surround sound' NAD M10 streaming amp now ready for multichannel AT THE PLEX This month’s cinema releases NEWS X10 Hot news stories in bite-sized chunks THE THING 4K disc debut for 1982 cult classic & MORE!

Silver service for Atmos

Just add (more) speakers • NAD’s streaming stereo amp now offers wireless surround sound

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

Sony has you surrounded • HT-A9 system uses 360 Spatial Sound technology for immersive audio

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

Full HD PJ on a stealth mission • XGIMI’s slim-chassis Elfin wants to work with your wall

B&W polishes Diamonds • Long-running flagship speaker range updated, 801 model returns

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

Universal’s classic monster • The Thing ➜ Universal Pictures ➜ Ultra HD Blu-ray

Polk doubles up on Atmos • US loudspeaker brand intros 'cost-effective' Monitor XT series

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

Mini LED and Micro LED • While their names might look similar, the new display technologies aiming to revolutionise the TV world are radically different. John Archer explains all

Great Savings • when you subscribe to Home Cinema Choice today

A DISH BEST SERVED COLD… • New Jason Statham movie Wrath of Man is the latest Hollywood flick where revenge takes centre stage. Team HCC cooks up a Blu-ray watchlist featuring heroes (and villains) who are out for justice

Samsung thinks outside of the box • The South Korean electronics giant literally has a screen for all seasons… and reasons. Steve May goes al fresco with its Terrace TV

Ready to roll • Want the ultimate in TV chic? LG’s OLED R is for you

Yep, that’s a slide • For this home cinema/entertainment space the installer had to accommodate a very unusual demand, reports Daniel Sait

The light fantastic • What was once a recording studio is now a high-spec home cinema with a wall-to-wall light show, writes Mark Craven

Where there’s a wall there’s a way • ➜HARDWARE PHILIPS 65in OLED+936 4K TV with Ambilight and Dolby Atmos REAVON Universal Blu-ray player TCL 55in Roku-powered smart TV BLUESOUND Node hi-res music streamer LG Korean brand’s smallest Atmos soundbar yet HISENSE Multi-HDR 4K LCD TV STORM AUDIO 16-channel Class D power amp SONY Flagship Bravia OLED TV & MORE!

Putting OLED in pole position • Advanced AI, the latest panel tech and a sound system to die for – this TV is a winner, say Steve May

BenQ’s short-throw thriller • Mark Craven dims the lights and kicks back with this cinematic, easy-to-use UST beamer

One last hurrah for the silver disc? • Jon Thompson once wondered if he'd ever see a new universal disc-spinner – Reavon’s UBR-X200 therefore feels like a breath of fresh air, despite one or two missed tricks

Designed for next-gen AV? • Yamaha’s new-look Aventage receiver has an eye on the future, but is it ready for now? asks Steve Withers

Channelling excellence • The world’s first 16-channel soundbar system...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 116 Publisher: AV Tech Media Ltd Edition: Sep 01 2021

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  • Release date: September 5, 2021

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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

CONTRIBUTORS

Plug and play • ➜NEWS HIGHLIGHTS MONITOR AUDIO Seventh-generation Silver Series speakers SONY HT-A9 system promises 'a new frontier of surround sound' NAD M10 streaming amp now ready for multichannel AT THE PLEX This month’s cinema releases NEWS X10 Hot news stories in bite-sized chunks THE THING 4K disc debut for 1982 cult classic & MORE!

Silver service for Atmos

Just add (more) speakers • NAD’s streaming stereo amp now offers wireless surround sound

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

Sony has you surrounded • HT-A9 system uses 360 Spatial Sound technology for immersive audio

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

Full HD PJ on a stealth mission • XGIMI’s slim-chassis Elfin wants to work with your wall

B&W polishes Diamonds • Long-running flagship speaker range updated, 801 model returns

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

Universal’s classic monster • The Thing ➜ Universal Pictures ➜ Ultra HD Blu-ray

Polk doubles up on Atmos • US loudspeaker brand intros 'cost-effective' Monitor XT series

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

Mini LED and Micro LED • While their names might look similar, the new display technologies aiming to revolutionise the TV world are radically different. John Archer explains all

Great Savings • when you subscribe to Home Cinema Choice today

A DISH BEST SERVED COLD… • New Jason Statham movie Wrath of Man is the latest Hollywood flick where revenge takes centre stage. Team HCC cooks up a Blu-ray watchlist featuring heroes (and villains) who are out for justice

Samsung thinks outside of the box • The South Korean electronics giant literally has a screen for all seasons… and reasons. Steve May goes al fresco with its Terrace TV

Ready to roll • Want the ultimate in TV chic? LG’s OLED R is for you

Yep, that’s a slide • For this home cinema/entertainment space the installer had to accommodate a very unusual demand, reports Daniel Sait

The light fantastic • What was once a recording studio is now a high-spec home cinema with a wall-to-wall light show, writes Mark Craven

Where there’s a wall there’s a way • ➜HARDWARE PHILIPS 65in OLED+936 4K TV with Ambilight and Dolby Atmos REAVON Universal Blu-ray player TCL 55in Roku-powered smart TV BLUESOUND Node hi-res music streamer LG Korean brand’s smallest Atmos soundbar yet HISENSE Multi-HDR 4K LCD TV STORM AUDIO 16-channel Class D power amp SONY Flagship Bravia OLED TV & MORE!

Putting OLED in pole position • Advanced AI, the latest panel tech and a sound system to die for – this TV is a winner, say Steve May

BenQ’s short-throw thriller • Mark Craven dims the lights and kicks back with this cinematic, easy-to-use UST beamer

One last hurrah for the silver disc? • Jon Thompson once wondered if he'd ever see a new universal disc-spinner – Reavon’s UBR-X200 therefore feels like a breath of fresh air, despite one or two missed tricks

Designed for next-gen AV? • Yamaha’s new-look Aventage receiver has an eye on the future, but is it ready for now? asks Steve Withers

Channelling excellence • The world’s first 16-channel soundbar system...


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