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Thomas Bartlett

4.8

Review: Epson EH-R4000

Epson’s home theatre projectors are noticeable for the way in which they have advanced the art of three panel LCD technology. They have over the past few years ...
4.0

Review: Samsung PS50C7000

Arguably 3D is giving new life to plasma TV technology. I’ve looked at three different Samsung LCD 3D TVs, and now the Samsung PS50C7000 3D plasma TV, and there...
3.8

Review: LG Infinia 47LX9500

One thing about the LG Infinia 47LX9500 3D LCD TV stands out beyond everything else: its so-called ‘Borderless’ design makes it look absolutely gorgeous. When i...
4.6

Review: Epson EH-TW5500

Epson presently has six home theatre projectors available in its Australian line-up, three of them offering full high definition resolution. The top two: the EH...
4.2

Review: Telstra T-Box

A few weeks ago I was sharing a ride with the Gadget Guy himself. “Have you seen the T-Box yet?” he asked. I hadn’t. "The best user interface ever," he declare...
4.0

Review: Mitsubishi HC3900

  The ideal home theatre has one characteristic above all else: it is entirely dark. We can talk all we like in our reviews about the black levels achieve...
4.0

Review: Pioneer VSX-1020

  Pioneer’s VSX-1020 has beaten most of the competition in dealing with the newest feature to hit home theatre: 3D. But it also migrates several high-end ...
4.2

Review: AktiMate Mini

There are some truly incredible high fidelity iPod/iPhone docks around, with glorious speakers built in. But most of them suffer from one enormous problem: they...
4.4

Review: Philips Cinema 21:9

  It’s not often that one can say this, but the Philips Cinema 21:9 LCD panel is unique, and you can tell that it’s unique at a glance. That’s because ins...
3.8

Review: Kogan 1080P42 LCD TV

  Less than $900, this Kogan TV still manages to include a motion smoothing frame interpolation system of the kind once seen only the most expensive of TV...
4.8

Review: Epson EH-R4000

Epson’s home theatre projectors are noticeable for the way in which they have advanced the art of three panel LCD technology. They have over the past few years ...
4.0

Review: Samsung PS50C7000

Arguably 3D is giving new life to plasma TV technology. I’ve looked at three different Samsung LCD 3D TVs, and now the Samsung PS50C7000 3D plasma TV, and there...
3.8

Review: LG Infinia 47LX9500

One thing about the LG Infinia 47LX9500 3D LCD TV stands out beyond everything else: its so-called ‘Borderless’ design makes it look absolutely gorgeous. When i...
4.6

Review: Epson EH-TW5500

Epson presently has six home theatre projectors available in its Australian line-up, three of them offering full high definition resolution. The top two: the EH...
4.2

Review: Telstra T-Box

A few weeks ago I was sharing a ride with the Gadget Guy himself. “Have you seen the T-Box yet?” he asked. I hadn’t. "The best user interface ever," he declare...
4.0

Review: Mitsubishi HC3900

  The ideal home theatre has one characteristic above all else: it is entirely dark. We can talk all we like in our reviews about the black levels achieve...
4.0

Review: Pioneer VSX-1020

  Pioneer’s VSX-1020 has beaten most of the competition in dealing with the newest feature to hit home theatre: 3D. But it also migrates several high-end ...
4.2

Review: AktiMate Mini

There are some truly incredible high fidelity iPod/iPhone docks around, with glorious speakers built in. But most of them suffer from one enormous problem: they...
4.4

Review: Philips Cinema 21:9

  It’s not often that one can say this, but the Philips Cinema 21:9 LCD panel is unique, and you can tell that it’s unique at a glance. That’s because ins...
3.8

Review: Kogan 1080P42 LCD TV

  Less than $900, this Kogan TV still manages to include a motion smoothing frame interpolation system of the kind once seen only the most expensive of TV...