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Home Cinema Choice

Feb 01 2022
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

As easy as 3.1.2 • Polk Audio Signa S4 ➜ www.polkaudio.com

Smallscreen hero • Sony Master Series A90K ➜ www.sony.co.uk

THX Dominus hits the UK • Perlisten Audio’s loudspeakers are primed for large cinema systems

AE revamps entry speakers

Technics wireless overears

Playlist… • What Team HCC has been watching this month

Flagship OLED upgrade • Panasonic’s LZ2000 goes bigger, intros sound, gaming and PQ boosts

One small Leap for Android • Compact streaming box to smarten up a dumb TV

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

Slim and fast for TCL TVs • Telly maker unveils 144Hz Mini LED models plus ultra-thin prototype

Mark Levinson’s power pair • Brand’s 50th anniversary celebrated by $50,000 dual mono system

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

Who wants to live forever? • Eternals ➜ Disney ➜ Ultra HD Blu-ray

UK records movie boom • Video home entertainment market grew by 13% in 2021, led by 007

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

Studio Monitors get powered up

Soundbar with green ambitions

Extreme audio • Estelon Extreme Mk II ➜ www.estelon.com

HDR10 metadata • When it comes to delivering the HDR10 video format, one of the least well known but most important elements is the included metadata. Steve Withers goes nit-picking

Arch AV rivals prep for battle in 2022 • LG’s CES reveals included an Atmos soundbar innovation, a 97in OLED and a wire-free lifestyle TV. Samsung countered with Mini LED upgrades and a projector aimed at Gen Z music lovers, while Sony grabbed the limelight with its A95K Quantum Dot OLED. Steve May takes it all in

The only show in town? • CES survived, but will IFA?

Great Savings when you subscribe to Home Cinema Choice today

AND… CUT! • The home media boom means a film’s theatrical version isn't necessarily its last. Anton van Beek takes a look at the intriguing, inspiring –and sometimes irritating – world of 'Director’s Cuts'

A little bit more action… • The world of 'Unrated', 'Extreme' and 'Harder' cuts

On the hunt… • Director’s Cuts that we're desperate to see

Procella pro cinema • This bigscreen home theatre has been designed for luxury comfort, striking good looks and extreme performance. Daniel Sait reports

Spot the projector • This technically accomplished project had to fit perfectly around the customer’s existing living space, says Daniel Sait

A bright idea?

OLED’s feeling supersonic • Philips' new range-topping OLED TV introduces some much-needed class into John Archer’s living room

'For our next trick…' • In a nutshell, if Monitor Audio keeps making loudspeakers as good as this, Mark Craven will keep raving about them

Sky through the looking glass • Sky reinvents premium pay TV with this dish-free proposition, but not without contention, reports Steve May

Get connected • Denon’s entry-level X Series AV receiver is also its most advanced in terms of HDMI connectivity. Go figure, says John Archer

Belting bar goes back to basics • Steve May ponders the value of Dolby Atmos, when faced with...


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Frequency: Monthly Pages: 116 Publisher: AV Tech Media Ltd Edition: Feb 01 2022

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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

As easy as 3.1.2 • Polk Audio Signa S4 ➜ www.polkaudio.com

Smallscreen hero • Sony Master Series A90K ➜ www.sony.co.uk

THX Dominus hits the UK • Perlisten Audio’s loudspeakers are primed for large cinema systems

AE revamps entry speakers

Technics wireless overears

Playlist… • What Team HCC has been watching this month

Flagship OLED upgrade • Panasonic’s LZ2000 goes bigger, intros sound, gaming and PQ boosts

One small Leap for Android • Compact streaming box to smarten up a dumb TV

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

Slim and fast for TCL TVs • Telly maker unveils 144Hz Mini LED models plus ultra-thin prototype

Mark Levinson’s power pair • Brand’s 50th anniversary celebrated by $50,000 dual mono system

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

Who wants to live forever? • Eternals ➜ Disney ➜ Ultra HD Blu-ray

UK records movie boom • Video home entertainment market grew by 13% in 2021, led by 007

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

Studio Monitors get powered up

Soundbar with green ambitions

Extreme audio • Estelon Extreme Mk II ➜ www.estelon.com

HDR10 metadata • When it comes to delivering the HDR10 video format, one of the least well known but most important elements is the included metadata. Steve Withers goes nit-picking

Arch AV rivals prep for battle in 2022 • LG’s CES reveals included an Atmos soundbar innovation, a 97in OLED and a wire-free lifestyle TV. Samsung countered with Mini LED upgrades and a projector aimed at Gen Z music lovers, while Sony grabbed the limelight with its A95K Quantum Dot OLED. Steve May takes it all in

The only show in town? • CES survived, but will IFA?

Great Savings when you subscribe to Home Cinema Choice today

AND… CUT! • The home media boom means a film’s theatrical version isn't necessarily its last. Anton van Beek takes a look at the intriguing, inspiring –and sometimes irritating – world of 'Director’s Cuts'

A little bit more action… • The world of 'Unrated', 'Extreme' and 'Harder' cuts

On the hunt… • Director’s Cuts that we're desperate to see

Procella pro cinema • This bigscreen home theatre has been designed for luxury comfort, striking good looks and extreme performance. Daniel Sait reports

Spot the projector • This technically accomplished project had to fit perfectly around the customer’s existing living space, says Daniel Sait

A bright idea?

OLED’s feeling supersonic • Philips' new range-topping OLED TV introduces some much-needed class into John Archer’s living room

'For our next trick…' • In a nutshell, if Monitor Audio keeps making loudspeakers as good as this, Mark Craven will keep raving about them

Sky through the looking glass • Sky reinvents premium pay TV with this dish-free proposition, but not without contention, reports Steve May

Get connected • Denon’s entry-level X Series AV receiver is also its most advanced in terms of HDMI connectivity. Go figure, says John Archer

Belting bar goes back to basics • Steve May ponders the value of Dolby Atmos, when faced with...


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