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Home Cinema Choice

Mar 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

All about that bass • M&K Sound X+ Series → www.mksound.com

At your discretion • Lyngdorf Discreet → www.steinwaylyngdorf.com

Sony's at one with the S-Force

QED makes a connection

Lamp PJ joins JVC range • NP5 eschews laser and 8K e-Shift to become brand's 4K 'entry-level'

Playlist • Some of what we've been watching this month…

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

Denon 'bar is looking up • Audio corp announces DHT-S517, its first native Dolby Atmos soundbar

Nvidia upgrades Shield TV • High-spec media players climb the Android OS ladder

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

Growing Richer • Dean Gledhill, Head Of Custom Installation at award-winning retailer Richer Sounds, provides an insight into the UK company's home cinema and smart home division

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

Thrills and pills • The Matrix Resurrections → Warner Bros. → Ultra HD Blu-ray

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

Portable sound goes premium

Model looks from Marantz

LG laser PJ line refreshed • CineBeam HU715Q and HU710P are brand's 'most advanced projectors' yet

More power to you • Piega Ace Wireless → www.piega.ch

OLED • OLED TVs have been around for years, but how does the tech work, what are the benefits and why are manufacturers now adding quantum dots? Steve Withers gets self-emissive

Great Savings • when you subscribe to Home Cinema Choice today

Philips rings the changes • Brighter OLED TVs, revamped image presets and a new home audio ecosystem are on the tech giant's 2022 agenda, reports Steve May

'Spider-Man, Spider-Man, Does whatever a spider can…' • The fan-fave superhero turns 60 this year, but in Hollywood he's long been playing catchup to Batman and Superman. Anton van Beek untangles the web-slinger's cinematic history

Spidey on screen • Take a swing through the web-head's cinematic outings…

Paper Parker • Sixty years of Spider-Man in Marvel Comics

Home cinema from all angles • CEDIA Awards judges praised this cinema room's innovative lighting design and hidden sound system. Daniel Sait reports

Set your movies free! • Samsung's innovative The Freestyle projector combines aim-wherever Full HD HDR visuals with onboard speaker system, lighting tricks and app-packed smart hub. See p52

Concept hits the sweet spot • Mark Craven believes Q Acoustics' mid-level Concept speaker package was worth waiting for

75in Pana has growing pains • John Archer salutes the ambition of this bigscreen TV, but reckons it takes edge LED lighting a step too far

BLU is the warmest colour • JVC upgrades its native 4K projectors by swapping lamps for lasers. Steve Withers trips the light fantastic

Smart PJ has style • Samsung invents a whole new home entertainment category – and a young at heart John Archer is mostly here for it

The One and only • Philips hopes to cover all bases with this LED-lit Dolby Vision UHD TV for every occasion. Steve May examines its wide appeal

BluOS without some bells and whistles • NAD expands its lineup of hi-res streaming amplifiers with the C 700, a more affordable –...


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

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  • Release date: March 2, 2022

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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

CONTRIBUTORS

All about that bass • M&K Sound X+ Series → www.mksound.com

At your discretion • Lyngdorf Discreet → www.steinwaylyngdorf.com

Sony's at one with the S-Force

QED makes a connection

Lamp PJ joins JVC range • NP5 eschews laser and 8K e-Shift to become brand's 4K 'entry-level'

Playlist • Some of what we've been watching this month…

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

Denon 'bar is looking up • Audio corp announces DHT-S517, its first native Dolby Atmos soundbar

Nvidia upgrades Shield TV • High-spec media players climb the Android OS ladder

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

Growing Richer • Dean Gledhill, Head Of Custom Installation at award-winning retailer Richer Sounds, provides an insight into the UK company's home cinema and smart home division

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

Thrills and pills • The Matrix Resurrections → Warner Bros. → Ultra HD Blu-ray

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

Portable sound goes premium

Model looks from Marantz

LG laser PJ line refreshed • CineBeam HU715Q and HU710P are brand's 'most advanced projectors' yet

More power to you • Piega Ace Wireless → www.piega.ch

OLED • OLED TVs have been around for years, but how does the tech work, what are the benefits and why are manufacturers now adding quantum dots? Steve Withers gets self-emissive

Great Savings • when you subscribe to Home Cinema Choice today

Philips rings the changes • Brighter OLED TVs, revamped image presets and a new home audio ecosystem are on the tech giant's 2022 agenda, reports Steve May

'Spider-Man, Spider-Man, Does whatever a spider can…' • The fan-fave superhero turns 60 this year, but in Hollywood he's long been playing catchup to Batman and Superman. Anton van Beek untangles the web-slinger's cinematic history

Spidey on screen • Take a swing through the web-head's cinematic outings…

Paper Parker • Sixty years of Spider-Man in Marvel Comics

Home cinema from all angles • CEDIA Awards judges praised this cinema room's innovative lighting design and hidden sound system. Daniel Sait reports

Set your movies free! • Samsung's innovative The Freestyle projector combines aim-wherever Full HD HDR visuals with onboard speaker system, lighting tricks and app-packed smart hub. See p52

Concept hits the sweet spot • Mark Craven believes Q Acoustics' mid-level Concept speaker package was worth waiting for

75in Pana has growing pains • John Archer salutes the ambition of this bigscreen TV, but reckons it takes edge LED lighting a step too far

BLU is the warmest colour • JVC upgrades its native 4K projectors by swapping lamps for lasers. Steve Withers trips the light fantastic

Smart PJ has style • Samsung invents a whole new home entertainment category – and a young at heart John Archer is mostly here for it

The One and only • Philips hopes to cover all bases with this LED-lit Dolby Vision UHD TV for every occasion. Steve May examines its wide appeal

BluOS without some bells and whistles • NAD expands its lineup of hi-res streaming amplifiers with the C 700, a more affordable –...


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