The NX9 is a 4K native and 8K/e-shift projector featuring new 0.69-inch native 4K D-ILA device. It has a 100mm diameter, 18 element, all-glass lens and supports HDR10 using Auto Tone Mapping and Frame Adapt. So is it worth the massive price premium over the N5 and N7? Let's find out.
The Denon X3600 is a 9.2 channel 4K Ultra HD AV receiver with Dolby Atmos, Dolby Atmos Height Virtualization Technology, DTS:X, DTS Virtual:X and the new IMAX Enhanced system. It also works with Amazon Alexa, Google Assistant, and Apple Siri for seamless voice control. So is this the best AVR for under £1000?
The Panasonic GZ950 offers all of the image processing and accuracy of the higher models in the range, but ditches the custom OLED panel of the GZ2000 as well as the speakers from that and soundbar from the GZ1500. So, does it feel like the GZ950 misses out on the sound and brightness, or is this the true dark horse bargain TV set of 2019? Let's find out.
The Panasonic GZ2000 is a high-end 4K OLED TV with the new HCX PRO Intelligent processor and it supports HDR10, HLG, HDR10+, and Dolby Vision. It also has a soundbar tuned by Technics and support for Dolby Atmos with upward-firing speakers. So does it offer enough quality for the high-end price tag?
The Sennheiser Ambeo Soundbar arrives on the back of plenty of fanfare and hyperbole-filled reviews that make it sound like the Second Coming. So is this soundbar really the best thing since sliced bread?
It may be second from bottom in the 2019 QLED range, but the Q70R doesn't miss out on all the recent advances including the 4K Quantum Processor, FALD backlight with 50 zones of local dimming and HDR10+.
The Samsung HW-Q90R changes the model number making it easier to pair with the company's QLED TVs, but retains Atmos/DTS:X and rear speakers. It also has an upgraded subwoofer that promises an even better 7.1.4 performance.
Samsung's latest flagship 4K LCD TV boasts new ultimate viewing angles to rival OLED screens, plus Quantum AI processing for upscaling video sources along with local dimming and a full FALD panel. So is it the best in class?
The Monitor Audio Monitor is the company's latest entry-level speaker range that boasts a confusing moniker and unusually-coloured drivers. This Monitor 5.1 system is competitively priced but is orange the new black?
Bowers & Wilkins 600 Series 5.1 Speaker Package Review
by Steve Withers
The Bowers & Wilkins 600 Series is an entry-level set of speakers that incorporate the new Continuum driver into a more affordable cabinet. There's no denying this system offers value, but how does it perform?