Home Cinema Choice (November 2015)
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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.
ﬁttingly seems to relate to Japanese cheese) and composed by Jun-Ichi Kamiyama, proves a 5.1 96kHz/24-bit treat for easylistening lounge lizards. Generally, users should opt to lace up and listen to stereo from the CXU via its analogue output, but it's got to be said the HDMI delivery of multichannel PCM is superb. The DVD-A soundtrack release for Akira (Symphonic Suite 2002) is a good deal more avant garde, and is delivered with a level of multichannel excitement that few other soundtracks can
and occasionally a little distorted at ‘cinematic’ volumes. Provided you stay within its volume limitations, though, the 20W speaker array ditches the harshness and distortion to leave you with good detailing and a fairly wide soundstage. HD excitement With its combination of Android smarts, killer looks, excellent pictures and sub-£500 price tag Philips' 40PFT6510 injects some much-needed excitement back into the HD TV market. It will easily cut the mustard as a second room screen or
I am in the process of upgrading my home cinema and hi-ﬁ system but desperately need help. My home cinema consisted of a Toshiba 55in rear-projection TV, Yamaha RX-V995 amp, Sony DVP-S725D DVD player and Bose Acoustimass 10 Series 2 speaker system. My hi-ﬁ system consisted of a Marantz PM-94 ampliﬁer, Marantz CD-94 CD player, Linn Sondek record deck and Spendor S100 speakers. Pretty good systems in their day. I now have a Sony KD-65S9005B TV, Sky+HD 2TB receiver and ASUS RT-AC87U AC2400 wireless
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