Sound+Image's March/April 2020 issue is out now: OLED & LED TV bargains

Sound+Image 332 out now
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Is OLED still the cream of TV tech, or do the latest LED-LCD designs close the gap? And should you be considering moving up to 8K resolution? Our tests of top TVs from 65-inch to 85-inch will help you decide, and include top TVs currently enjoying hugely reduced pricing.   

PLUS THE FUTURE OF TV revealed at CES Las Vegas – MicroLED, MiniLED, OLED, 8K & more: see what we'll be watching next year and beyond!

CROSSING THE STREAMS: With Apple TV+ and Disney+ added to the mix of video subscription services, something has to give. Which are the services you should keep, and what freebies might just be enough to get you off the subscription hook altogether?

Sound+Image 332 wireless noise-cancelling headphones

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Seeking the silence of noise-cancellation plus the best in audio quality? We test two premium models from B&W, haptic face-shakers from Skullcandy, and a bargain pair from Ausdom.  
- Bowers & Wilkins PX7
- Bowers & Wilkins PX5
- Skullcandy Crusher ANC
- Ausdom ANC7S

They’re multichannel amplifiers and hubs for your music and movies, but today’s receivers also bring music streaming and multiroom operation. Here are the full tests on two Sound+Image award-winners and a new contender from Onkyo.   
- Denon AVR-X2600H
- Marantz SR6014  
- Onkyo TX-RZ840 

Amazon Echo Studio smart speaker
After falling behind in the battle to deliver decent smart speaker audio, Amazon has finally put forward a hefty contender which aims to hold its head high aside more serious competitors.

Fyne Audio F500 loudspeakers
New to Australia, these coaxial standmounts from a Scottish company bring solid sound and impressive bass performance for bookshelf models.

JBL Pulse 4 Bluetooth speaker
The personal son et lumière from JBL’s portable portfolio. It looks great, but how does it sound? 

Plus: Music & movie news: Picard, Joker, VFX in The Lion King and much more!

Sound+Image's March/April issue (#332) is ON SALE NOW at all good newsagents (and some of the bad ones) as well as digitally on Zinio. For print subscriptions visit

Sound+Image's March/April issue (#332) is ON SALE NOW at all good newsagents (and some of the bad ones) as well as digitally on Zinio. For print subscriptions visit

Sound+Image is Australia's no.1 mag for audio & AV – sister magazine to Australian Hi-Fi and to the UK's What Hi-Fi?, and bestower of the annual Sound+Image Awards, which since 1989 have recognised the year's best hi-fi and home cinema products and installations. While Sound+Image lives here online as part of our group, our true nature is best revealed in the print magazines and digital issues, which curate unique collections of content each issue under the Editorship of Jez Ford, in a celebration of the joys that real hi-fi and high-quality AV can bring. Enjoy essential reviews of the most exciting new gear, features on Australia's best home cinemas, advice on how to find your sound, and our full Buying Guide based on all our current and past award-winners, all wrapped up with the latest news and editorial ponderings. Click here for more information about Sound+Image, including links to buy individual digital editions and details on how best to subscribe.