HI-TECH HOMES; Get More out of Your Music and Films with the Latest in Home-Entertainment Systems

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HI-TECH HOMES; Get More out of Your Music and Films with the Latest in Home-Entertainment Systems


HI-TECH HOMES Get more out of your music and films with the latest in home-entertainment systems

THE BIG SCREEN

For the home cinema buff, the Epson EMP-TW10 offers a far more economical option than a plasma screen TV.

It can project from just 6ft away with superb picture quality, and is compatible with DVDs, TVs and even games consoles.

DETAILS: [pounds sterling]1,000. Call 0800 220 546, or visit www.epson.co.uk.

HOME DJ

The Vestax PDX-2000 turntable is the ultimate gift for the bedroom DJ - or even for a professional, as its performance is truly worldbeating. The motor starts in record-breaking time and the deck's heavy-duty tone arm ensures the needle stays fixed in the groove.

Reversedrive button and pitch controls for scratch mixing complete the package.

DETAILS: [pounds sterling]250. Call 01420 83 000, or visit www.vestax.com.

ARTISTIC AUDIO

Although you might mistake them for a piece of modern sculpture, the Design E GT1 Speakers are highperformance hi-fi speakers, albeit wrapped up in haut couture apparel. Surely the most elegant pieces of audio hardware money can buy.

DETAILS: [pounds sterling]2,350. Call 01243 377 899, or visit www.designe.co.uk.

DIGITAL TV BOX The Nokia Mediamaster 221 T is an easy-to-use digital TV receiver for watching all the free-to-air channels, such as BBC3 and ITV2.

DETAILS: [pounds sterling]120. Call 01793 556 046, or visit www.nokia.co.uk.

MOVIE MAGIC

Enjoy crystal-clear pictures with Panasonic's DVDS35EBS - a wafer-thin, low-cost player. …

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