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Mark Craven  |  Feb 13, 2020  |  0 comments
Bespoke acoustic treatment and high-end hardware gave this basement cinema a new lease of life – and earned it a prestigious CEDIA Award...
Mark Craven  |  Feb 12, 2020  |  0 comments
Recommendations engines and thumbnail VOD menus tease ease of use, but this is why linear TV still has appeal...
HCC News Team  |  Feb 11, 2020  |  0 comments
Three-year project culminates in high-end Elysian 4 floorstander and Elysian 2 standmount, available this month
Anton van Beek  |  Feb 11, 2020  |  0 comments
Cuarón’s moving masterpiece, finally now released on Blu-ray, is the year’s most surprising AV sensation
HCC News Team  |  Feb 11, 2020  |  0 comments
High-end in-wall Ci3160REF-THX model heads up quartet designed to give cinema system builders greater flexibility
Steve May  |  Feb 07, 2020  |  0 comments
hccbestbuybadgev3With universal HDR support and style to spare, you'll be sorely tempted by this 4K HDR mid-ranger, says Steve May

Philips has thrown everything bar the kitchen sink at its 6 Series high street hotshot. This 4K UHD LED model doesn't just try to woo with a low price tag, it wows with a host of fan-favourite features, including Ambilight, multi-HDR and Amazon Alexa voice support.

John Archer  |  Jan 31, 2020  |  0 comments
hccbestbuybadgev3JVC has gone native (4K) with its 'mainstream' D-ILA projectors. John Archer dims the lights and drools

JVC's D-ILA home cinema projectors have almost always been brilliant. What they haven't typically been up to recently, though, is natively 4K – and its first native 4K home cinema model was the £35,000 Z1 laser PJ, which I'm almost certain you didn't buy. More affordable models long relied on proprietary e-Shift technology to deliver a pseudo 4K effect by passing HD images through two fractionally offset 1080p imaging chips.

Steve Withers  |  Jan 30, 2020  |  0 comments
hcc_recommendedSteve Withers rediscovers the simple joys of well-designed speakers

British speaker brand Acoustic Energy has gained its reputation through a simple but effective approach of getting the basics right, as opposed to reinventing the wheel. This ethos worked well with its entry-level 100 Series – a range of speakers delivering quality performance at an affordable price.

HCC News Team  |  Jan 30, 2020  |  0 comments
Eight-strong range will also feature subwoofer, centre channel, and rear FX speakers and will make its UK debut at the Bristol Show in February
HCC News Team  |  Jan 29, 2020  |  0 comments
Free update raises potential DTS:X channel count from 11 to 30, brand plans 15.3.10 demonstration for ISE 2020

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