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Pioneer Elite Kuro Pro-150FD

The term ‘Best TV Ever’ is a term that gets thrown around the hi-fi world almost every time a new plasma, or LCS model is released, and it has reached a point now where it means very little to the public. However, every now and then, a little gem will appear where you can’t help […]

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Samsung BD-P3600

A common complaint from movie watchers who have made the switch from DVD to Blu-ray is that the loading times for Blu-ray players are excruciatingly slow. Enter the Samsung BD-P3600, probably the fastest player to date in terms of loading and operational times. The BD-P3600 matches and sometimes outstrips the super quick PlayStation 3, making […]

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Panasonic PT-AE3000

The motion-enhancement engine is a nice new addition to the Panasonic PT-AE3000 as its feature-packed predecessors are hard to beat. This time around, Panasonic have added a new ultra-high contrast 3LCD engine to deliver deeper blacks and more vivid colours to go with its high 1,600 ANSI lumens brightness and Blu-ray optimised 1080p native resolution. […]

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LG DP392G

There are plenty of things to like about the LG DP392G. to begin with, it’s styled very nicely – like a tablet PC at first glance. To watch a DVD you can either hold it as you would a laptop or a PSP, or if you have a table handy, you can flip down the […]

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Toshiba XD-E500

Just because HD-DVD didn’t work out for Toshiba doesn’t mean it can’t be included in the high definition market – it’s simply taking an easier route to get there. The XD-E500 is a DVD player with a difference. It up scales existing DVDs to make them look clearer and more like high definition, except at […]

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Sanyo PLV-Z3000

Front projectors are growing in affordability these days. Decent 1080p front projectors are cheaper than most 60-inch plasma TVs, even when you factor in the cost of a screen and you can get one much bigger than 60 inches. The Sanyo PLV-Z3000 has a nice package of features include fine-tuned picture quality and good connectivity […]

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Sony DAV-HDX589W

If you’re not too keen to jump on the Blu-ray bandwagon just yet, you can find a decent home theatre system with just DVD for under $500. Sony has three such models, each of which offer five-disc DVD changers and have the same functional capabilities but are bundled with various speakers and different accessories. The […]

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Samsung HT-X710T

Don’t let the unconventional design of the X710T put you off- it’s really like nothing you’ve ever seen before in a 2.1 home theatre system. All of the pieces have a futuristic look about them and each component (bar the subwoofer) has a dark red shade found on high-end Samsung TVs. Everything is coated in […]

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Sony Bravia KDL40WE5

For a TV that’s priced at the higher end of the scale, the Bravia KDL40WE5 is quite plain looking, almost retro with its two-tone cosmetics. It does have a few unique Sony elements about it, including the “floating glass” design. The Bravia KDL40WE5 is also being marketed as a “green” TV and claims to have […]

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LG BD300

Even fresh from the box the LG doesn’t disappoint. It requires little fiddling to set up and has a handsome and easily accessible menu system, and for most, it will happily plug and play. Connected straight to an AV system, the LG BD300 puts on an impressive Blu-ray show. The HD audio encoding is fairly […]

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