Review: Onkyo HT-S3305 5.1 Home Cinema package

Name: HT-S3305 (Onkyo) Type: 5.1 Home cinema package including 5 satellite speakers, passive subwoofer and HT-R380 A/V receiver Specs: Click here for full specs Price: £299.95 (Richer Sounds) Onkyo's range of one-box home cinema kits have always paired good…

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Gerald LynchReview: Onkyo HT-S3305 5.1 Home Cinema package

LG launch HB965TZ BLU-RAY HOME CINEMA package

LG have just announced the launch of a brand new Blu-ray home cinema package, the HB965TZ. Slim enough to be discretely wall mounted, this 5.1 set still has enough punch to output 1110 watts of audio oomph. With two HDMI…

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Gerald LynchLG launch HB965TZ BLU-RAY HOME CINEMA package

Blu-ray added to Kaleidescape media server range

Kaleidescape are today updating their range of media servers by adding two players with Blu-ray capabilities, the M500 and the M300. While both have Blu-ray playback capabilities, the M500 also has the ability to import high-def movies from Blu-ray discs…

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Gerald LynchBlu-ray added to Kaleidescape media server range

ViewSonic PJD6531W projector offers 3D on a budget

Who needs a 3D TV when you can bag yourself a 3D projector for around half the price? That's what ViewSonic's PJD6531W 3D ready projector offers. It's out this month and comes in at a cheap £649.99. So what's to…

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Gerald LynchViewSonic PJD6531W projector offers 3D on a budget

Samsung and Panasonic 3D TV glasses get compatibility work around

3D TV manufacturers may have come to an agreement over a standard 3D Blu-ray format, but the same sadly cant be said of their 3D glasses tech. If you're lucky enough to be an early adopter of either Samsung or…

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Gerald LynchSamsung and Panasonic 3D TV glasses get compatibility work around

PS3 now supports 3D gaming content, even if your TV doesn't

Sony's PlayStation 3 is now 3D ready. Last night firmware update 3.30 was rolled out to the consoles making stereoscopic gaming possible, in preparation for Sony's big 3D launch blow-out in June. As previously reported, four 3D games will launch…

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Gerald LynchPS3 now supports 3D gaming content, even if your TV doesn't