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Where to find a home theatre review

A home theatre is a very expensive purchase. So, it is essential that you make the right decision on what to buy in order to get your money’s worth. The first step to do that, is to read reviews. There are many websites and several magazines which you can turn to for that. This article details out where to find a home theatre review.

Websites

Techradar.com Techradar is a technology and gadget website which offers in-depth reviews of a range of devices, including home theatre systems and other audio and video equipment. Expect its reviews to be at least five pages long, covering every facet that you could possibly want to know about a product. The amount of detail packed in there should make it your first stop. Cnet.co.uk Cnet is similar in many ways to Techradar in that it offers reviews of a huge range of electronics. For the most part they are not quite as in-depth, but they are just as well informed and make a great place to go for a second opinion after reading up on a product at Techradar. Amazon.co.uk It is primarily a shop which has many user reviews for most products. So, if you want to know what other consumers think of a home theatre system (they are in a similar situation to you as their money is on the line), then this is a good place to check.

Magazines

Home Cinema Choice Home Cinema Choice as the name suggests is dedicated to helping you choose a home cinema system, from reviews to setup guides there’s a lot of useful consumer info in here. T3 A general technology and gadget magazine, T3 doesn’t specialise in home theatres, but it often contains a lot of reviews and information on them none the less. It also includes a rundown each issue of what it believes the ten best are at that point in time. Stuff It is very similar both in content and layout to T3. There is little need to buy both, but either one could prove very helpful. However, before buying either you should check that the current issue has some home theatre content.

Conclusion

Through a combination of these sources, you should easily be able to work out which home theatre is best for you. Then, all that you will need to do is to decide who is getting the popcorn.

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