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Panasonic SC-BTT370

Well built, great picture and decent audio with ample connectivity and wireless functionality, the SC-BTT370 ticks most, not all, home-theatre-in-a-box boxes.

By 14 March 2012

4 stars Editors' rating 14 March 2012

Typical price: $599.00


Home cinema basics

If you're reading these words, you've probably thought about owning a home cinema for a while, or you've just bought a new TV with a home theatre in a box and you want to know how to use it.

By 24 March 2010


Home cinema systems: Are kits or components right for you?

Whether you want to buy a home theatre in a box or go the components route, you'll need to decide which way is best for you right from the start.

By 19 December 2009


Yamaha YHT-492AU

The Yamaha YHT-492AU is a fine choice if you’re after no-fuss home theatre shopping, as the components perform far better than most home-theatre-in-a-box systems.

By 22 May 2009

3.5 stars Editors' rating 22 May 2009

Typical price: $1,499.00


Harman Kardon unleashes cutting edge kit

Harman Kardon has unveiled some surprises in its 2008 range of AV products which include an updated iPod dock and a media streamer.

By 7 July 2008


Subwoofer set-up guide

Merely buying a great subwoofer is no guarantee you'll wind up with great bass — properly setting it up in your home is crucial. This guide will tell you how to get the most from your subwoofer.

By 15 May 2008


Samsung HT-P1200

A stylish and highly capable 5.1 home-theatre-in-a-box system with HDMI support and a fully-featured DVD player.

By 27 October 2005

0 stars Editors' rating 27 October 2005

Typical price: $1,499.00


Surround Sound Gaming: Connect your PS2, Xbox or Gamecube to a home theatre

Get the most out of your games by hooking up your PlayStation 2, Xbox or GameCube to a surround sound system.

By 25 July 2005


Yamaha aims high and low

Yamaha is aiming to entice more consumers into the world of home theatre, introducing several products in its 2005 range for the budget conscious.

By 8 April 2005


Digital Life: A remote chance

Do I really need 54 buttons?

By 26 October 2004