Aiptek Mobile Cinema DVD

Projectors with built-in DVD players aren’t particularly novel, but the Aiptek Mobile Cinema DVD from Firebox takes the concept to its extreme. Looking like something out of a Pixar film, this lightweight lump of plastic can chuck a 50-inch image on your wall, with sound, and all for less than £160. Have corners been sliced clean off to achieve this? Read our full Aiptek Mobile Cinema DVD review to find out.

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March 5th, 2010
Humax HD-FOX T2

The Humax HD-FOX T2 is a breakthrough – the first set-top box that delivers Freeview HD into the home. Rig your terrestrial aerial up to this dinky device and (depending on where you live) you’ll have HD beamed right into your living room, without having to pay for a satellite dish or cable installation. So is Freeview HD’s debut a successful one? Read our full Humax HD-FOX T2 review and all will be revealed!

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March 4th, 2010
Toshiba REGZA 47ZV635D

The Toshiba REGZA 47ZV635D is an LCD TV with smarts as well as good looks. Its Metabrain chipset and the features it powers – Resolution+, Active Vision M200HD, Dynamic Contrast and Dolby Volume – each claim to improve picture or audio quality in some way. But does it do the business? Read our Toshiba REGZA 47ZV635D review and find out .

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February 26th, 2010
Denon DBP-2010

Wi-Fi, wireless networking, YouTube, obscure format support, yada yada yada… sometimes all you want your Blu-ray player to do is play Blu-ray discs and do it well. That’s the approach taken by videophile favourite Denon, whose DBP-2010 lacks bells and whistles but aims to deliver solid hi-def performance for a much more reasonable price than the company’s £4k reference machines. Find out if it achieves this in our full Denon DBP-2010 review.

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February 25th, 2010
Philips 47PFL9664H

If you don’t go down the LED backlit or Cinema 21:9 routes, the Philips 47PFL9664H is the top model that Philips offers. This 47-incher boasts almost every bell and whistle imaginable, and crams the lot into a body just 50mm deep. Is it as impressive as it looks on paper? Read our full Philips 47PFL9664H review for the answer.

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Teufel Cinebar 50

Respected German speaker brand Teufel is best known for its powerhouse audiophile speaker systems, but the Cinebar 50 marks its first foray into the lucrative soundbars market. But how does its famed sound quality hold up when those speakers are squeezed into a single box? Read our Cinebar 50 review to find out.

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February 24th, 2010

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Yamaha YHT-S400

Most soundbars come with all the fancy processing and amplification built-in, but some strip it all out and just include the speakers. Trouble is, these ‘passive’ soundbars need an AV amp to drive them, which can be costly. Yamaha provides a solution with the YHT-S400 system, which comes with the soundbar and amp in a single box. Find out how this unusual pairing performs in our Yamaha YHT-S400 review.

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February 23rd, 2010

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TVs & Home Cinema
Sony BDP-S760

Sony is looking to step up its Blu-ray game with the BDP-S760, the company’s first standalone deck with built-in Wi-Fi. That makes it a breeze to access BD Live. Read our Sony BDP-S760 review and find out what other tricks it has up its sleeve.

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