Updated Samsung's flagship soundbar delivers a completely immersive surround experience with Dolby Atmos and DTS:X.
Nothing says home cinema like a massive 100-inch or larger picture, so the question is: which projector should you buy?
The LG C9 is a triumph of TV technology that offers significantly improved performance thanks to the addition of artificial intelligence.
Updated The Samsung Q70 QLED is a midrange TV with a direct backlight and local dimming, resulting in an excellent picture performance.
The Samsung HW-N950 delivers a Dolby Atmos and DTS:X experience with maximum performance and minimum fuss.
The Samsung HW-N650 will delight gamers and cinephiles with a panoramic soundstage and impressive build quality.
It's not as fully featured as other soundbars, but the Yamaha YAS-209 offers a big soundstage, DTS Virtual:X and Alexa in a sensible design.
A lack of HDMI inputs, no Atmos/DTS:X support and a glass top that reflects the TV screen are just a few of the Bose Soundbar 700's issues.
The Z9 is LG’s first 8K OLED TV, sporting its biggest - and best - screen to date. Just don’t ask about the price…
Updated Pining for an OLED but put out by the price? The LG C8 OLED has everything you want for a lot less than you'd expect.
The LG SL9YG offers Dolby Atmos and DTS:X, and morphs into a smart speaker thanks to built-in Google Assistant.
CES 2019 Samsung's TV AI will be able to make TV show and movie recommendations, tweak your audio, and more in 2019.
With poor local dimming and a less-powerful Alpha7 processor, LG’s top Super UHD TV doesn't live up to the name.