An in-wall module solved Martin Pipe's Zone 2 audio issues
Yamaha's latest lower mid-range AV receiver is sensibly-featured and delivers the goods from movies but lacks grunt
It bundles Blu-ray, networked AV and off-air HDTV into a pleasantly presented package. But is this enough to impress?
It's not quite a home cinema in a box, but we find much to recommend Onkyo's alternative to fully pre-packaged systems
This monster 60-inch 3D LCD TV is big and clever, but will cost you an arm, leg and maybe a kidney or two
This HD-compatible Linux PVR certainly ticks all of the boxes as far as features are concerned but is it the best of its kind?
The DSM-4S meter may be pricey but its advanced design is actually simple to use and caters for most European satellites
Another HD-ready Linux 'black box' with PVR capabilities and networking attracts our attention and we're impressed
Interview Panasonic believes that heavy 3D involvement with Hollywood has given the consumer electronics giant a significant advantage when it comes to producing consumer-friendly 3D kit
A reliable and well-specified external satellite tuner with DVB-S/S2 compatibility, CI support and Mac/PC software
If you're in the market for a no-frills DVD/HDD recorder, we think that Panasonic might just have the machine for you...
Linux software, PVR-ready and and a choice of tuner modules – but this receiver is a bit rough around the edges
In Panasonic's latest AV wonder, digital recording coexists happily with a bygone analogue era called VHS
Interview Advanced signal processing is changing the sound of high-end AV. Martin Pipe talks to Rob Sinden about the science behind some of the world's most desirable home cinema gear