HiFi Reviews and Home Cinema Reviews
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Sony’s entry-level Blu-ray system offers good performance for your buck, as well lots of upgradability – including 3D playback
Yamaha’s novel soundbar concept fuses an AV receiver, Blu-ray spinner and a subwoofer. Will it go out with a whimper or rock our world?
We suspected these dinky budget customers would deliver a dinky, budget sound. How wrong we were…
Denon's diddy hi-fi promises big sonic thrills. But can it best the Arcam Solo Mini?
It’s a big system, this Samsung Blu-ray one-boxer. Does it deliver a huge performance, too?
No room for a massive home cinema rig? Not allowed to have one even if you did have the space? Yamaha to the rescue...
This full 5.1 Blu-ray home cinema system has satellite speakers the size of golf balls. So is it a hole-in-one or ‘fore’!
A multi-talented all-in-one complete with internet radio and DAB, the Reference 600 might just fulfill your audio wishlist
This budget micro system is the first to boast a ‘Works with iPhone’ badge. But is that low price too good to be true?
This little Samsung Blu-ray kit is ideal for smaller rooms thanks to its satellite speakers. But does it deliver small-town performance too?
Can Panasonic continue its fine Blu-ray-in-a-box form with another winning combo? It would appear so
Can LG's Blu-ray player, iPod dock and AV amp combo really live up to its all-things-to-all-men billing?
A three-room wireless music set-up for only £250?
Marantz has knocked a tonne off the asking price for this stylish, specced-up micro hi-fi. But will the drop in price seal the deal?