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 currently publishes 11 issues a year but reserves the right to change the number of issues in an annual term.
HOME CINEMA CHOICE
Samsung's ready to roll • Extensive 2023 TV range arriving at UK stores, including two QD OLEDs
Budget soundbars break cover
Headphones love a little drama
At the 'plex…
KEF R Series goes Meta • Mid-range speaker stable latest to benefit from Uni-Q driver upgrade
Meet Melco's latest music player • Premium-priced N1-S38 packs 3.84TB SSD for hi-res audio lovers
Max Richter is Mr Marantz • Oscar-winning composer becomes 'sound ambassador' for AV brand
Back in black!
Got to do my best to please her...
Dirac • This room correction system has been making (sound) waves over the last few years, but how does it work and is it really that good? Steve Withers investigates
It's showtime! • Philips gets ahead of itself with a tantalising 2023 TV range preview. Steve May reports on things to come
Bristol Hi-Fi Show returns for 2023 • The long-running audio showcase was back in business after a two-year hiatus, and Mark Craven and Ed Selley were there
YOU'LL DIE LAUGHING... • Anton van Beek and Mark Craven trawl through 90 years of cinema to celebrate the flicks that are guaranteed to raise a smile – even when they're loaded with ghosts, killers, monsters and more...
Same again, please! • The owner of this basement cinema loved his old setup so much he wanted it replicated – but better. Daniel Sait reports
Stand and deliver
Denon's blast from the past
Having it large! • This 75in Mini LED adds another useful dimension to Sony's already diverse range, writes John Archer
Budget models made better • Does this upgraded entry-level speaker range still offer the best bang for your buck? Steve Withers finds out
Premium deck is a universal soldier • The Magnetar brand may be largely unknown, but its first high-end disc spinner is hard to resist, says Steve May
Don't cut out the middle man • Philips' new mid-range OLED TV might just be its best all-rounder yet, decides John Archer
Anthem's amp of power and glory • This high-grade five-channel amplifier tops the Canadian maker's lineup, and shows Steve Withers the true meaning of dynamic range
JBL Bar 300 • The soundbar whizz has brought welcome usability improvements to a new compact, £349 model, but how does it perform? Mark Craven listens in
McIntosh MI502 • The aesthetic is familiar, but this two-channel amp is cut from a different cloth than many of its stablemates. Mark Craven gets to grips with McIntosh's custom install contender
Digital Copy • A spot of spring cleaning leads Mark Craven to spend the afternoon watching 1980s Richard Pryor comedies, deciding who lives in Final Destination 3, and falling back in love with DVD
The Hi-Fi Guy • We shouldn't expect production innovation to always come from the big manufacturers, says Ed Selley – but has it become harder for 'disruptors' to make a difference?
In The Mix • James Cameron's soggy blockbuster Titanic has been refloated in cinemas in 4K 3D HFR – and Jon Thompson finds himself surprised by how much he enjoyed it
Feedback • Got an...