Issue #245 of Home Cinema Choice is now on sale – and as usual it's packed with AV goodness...

This month's cover star is Onkyo's barnstorming TX-NR3030 AV receiver, which marries state-of-the-art 4K capabilities with a whopping 11 amp channels.  At £2,500 it's not what you might call an impulse purchase, but it is the easiest way yet to run a full 7.1.4 Dolby Atmos set-up in your home.

We also get to grips with Sharp's bargain-priced LC-60UD20E 60in 4K/Ultra HD TV. But is there more to get excited about when it comes to this budget bigscreen than it's sub-£2,500 price-tag?

With visionary director Christopher Nolan's sci-fi epic Interstellar arriving on Blu-ray and DVD, we take a look at how it was made and why it'll dazzle your cinema room.

Also in the issue: The hottest kit from this year's Sound & Vision: Bristol Show AV showcase; Dolby Labs legend Ioan Allen chats exclusively about his 40 years of working on cinema sound; Sonus faber's stylish Venere 5.0 floorstanding speaker array; Humax's slick 500GB DTR-2000 YouView PVR; Philips' feature-packed HTL5140 soundbar; premium music-on-demand service Tidal.

Plus all the usual opinion, news, disc reviews and competitions. Enjoy the show.

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