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Monster home cinema kit! Jurassic Park's AV legacy! The ups and downs of 3D TV! It's all here!

To celebrate the release of Jurassic World on Blu-ray, we investigate the home cinema legacy of Steven Spielberg's original dino-blockbuster. And, of course, in order to enjoy monster movies, you also need monster kit. Which is why we're bringing you reviews of Sony's new 65in KD-65S8505C Android-powered 4K/Ultra HD TV, Marantz's top-flight AV8802A 11.2-channel AV processor and Cambridge Audio's audiophile-grade CXU Blu-ray player.

We also take a look back at five years of ups and down for 3D TV and ponder the future of stereoscopic home cinema. Meanwhile, Panasonic spills the beans on why it is has had second thoughts about leading the Ultra HD Blu-ray revolution in Europe. Elsewhere, we round up headphones from Beyerdynamic, Grado, Oppo and Sennheiser to see which are best suited to delivering late-night home cinema thrills.

We're also giving three lucky reader sthe chance to win an Arcam Solo Bar Plus premium soundbar!

Also in the issue: Indie newcomer Signal One Entertainment reveals its plans to light up the Blu-ray market for UK film fans; Find out why the Japanese TV market has fallen behind the curve; the audio woes of Avengers: Age of Ultron's botched Blu-ray platter; Onkyo's new-look TX-RZ800 Dolby Atmos and DTS:X power-pusher; DALI's scaled-down Zensor Pico 5.1 loudspeaker package; Canton's flagship DM100 soundbase; Sky's second-generation Now TV streaming box; and much more!

Plus all the usual opinion, news, disc reviews and competitions. Enjoy the show.

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