Home Cinema Choice 297 on sale now!

The April 2019 issue of Home Cinema Choice is on sale today and as usual it's packed with all manner of AV goodness – including a round-up of four affordable subwoofers, an in-depth review of Eclipse's new top-of-the-range twin-driver bass bin, a report on Samsung's latest TV tech, and more...

• Subwoofer special! An in-depth look at this month's cover star – Eclipse's stonking TD725SWMK2 twin-driver subwoofer – kicks off our focus on home cinema bass. Elsewhere, we uncover the origins of LFE in movies and your favourite demo discs, while our grouptest pits the Fyne Audio F3-12, PSB SubSeries 250, REL HT/1205 and SVS SB-1000 subwoofers against each other.

• Samsung QLED: We head to Portugal for Samsung's European Forum and find out why the TV giant is encouraging consumers to think bigger and brighter in 2019.

• Better Wi-Fi: BT claims it can help broadband subscribers unbottle their Wi-Fi and binge on VOD content with its new Complete Wi-Fi home network mesh solution. We find out if its new kit really can turn not-spots into hot-spots.

• Colour craft: Hollywood colourist Dado Valentic spills the beans on Panasonic's professional approach to OLED TV, Netflix and HDR.

• Also: Artison unveils 'the world's smallest 5.1 amp'; Monitor Audio shows off second-generation MASS system; Philips adds multi-HDR support to its 2019 TV line-up; Sony promises something for everyone with its new LCD lineup; Q Acoustics takes a stand with its new Concept 300 loudspeaker; Fyne Audio delights your wallet and your ears with its entry-level F300 Series 5.1 speaker array; Sony's high-end native 4K HDR VPL-VW870ES laser projector; plus all of the usual news, opinion, competitions and Blu-ray/DVD reviews.