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Sony’s latest 4K projectors have Motionfl ow technology to reduce blur and maintain brightness. They are suitable for watching content with fast-moving scenes, such as sports.


to voice control?’ It seems the jury is still out on this one, with an almost perfect 50/50 split. We’re seeing much the same – it’s really a Marmite thing customers love or hate.” When incorporating technology into a


design scheme, it is essential the integrator is brought in at an early stage. “With the complexities of home cinema, including speaker locations, screen sizes, throw ratios, amplifi er power and projection brightness, it is imperative that nothing is overlooked,” says AWE’s Drummie. “A specialist home cinema designer will ensure you don’t make any potentially expensive mistakes.” So what pitfalls should be avoided when


creating a home cinema room? “We see some basic mistakes time and again,” says Maddock of ConnectedWorks. “The classics are putting the screens up too high to get something else in underneath – that’s literally a pain in the neck for clients – and having white walls, which completely spoils the effect. I’ve never ever been to a commercial cinema with white walls. When you have white walls and ceilings, you can’t get them dark enough for a genuinely immersive experience. A subtle grey, like Little Greene’s French Grey Light, would work much better.” Peter Miller, hi-fi and cinema consultant at


Cornfl ake in London, has the fi nal word: “A well-designed cinema room makes the viewing experience extra special – often rivaling that of a commercial cinema. For fi lm afi cionados, it is the ultimate dream.”


Contacts AWE awe-europe.com/ CEDIA cedia.co.uk / ConnectedWorks connected.


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Above: Pioneer’s VSX-934 7.2 channel network AV receiver supports both Dolby Atmos and DTS:X playback.


Below: The Demand Series bookshelf D11 speakers from American brand Defi nitive Technology offer surprising bass power for their compact size.


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