Issue #247 of Home Cinema Choice is now on sale – and as usual it's packed with AV goodness...

This month's cover star is Epson's sharp-shooting EH-LS10000 projector. Capable of delivering perfect shadow detail and absolute blacks, this high-end, 4K-enhanced laser projector is nothing less than a home cinema revelation.

Should Epson's £6,000 marvel prove a bit too rich for your wallet, we've also rounded-up a quartet of bargain-priced, feature-packed portable projectors from Asus, Optoma, Philips and Viewsonic in this month's grouptest! 

We also take a look at upcoming connected TV service Freeview Play and explore the reasons behind the launch - and the other big changes that are about to affect digital TV.

Elsewhere, Team HCC sorts through its disc collection to find the low-budget sci-fis, schlocky horrors and blockbuster rip-offs that are definitely worthy of a watch in our look at the 50 Best B-movies on Blu-ray and DVD.


Also in the issue: DTS talks up its next-gen object-based sound format DTS:X; Amazon targets internet TV with its Fire TV stick and promises High Dynamic Range 4K content this year; Pioneer's S series 5.0.4 loudspeaker array offers a fuss-free way of adding Dolby Atmos to your cinema set-up; go back to basics with Optoma's modestly-priced AVP-18/MCA-20 processor/power amp pairing; Samsung's BD-J7500 'do-it-all' Blu-ray deck.

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

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