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It’s hard to comprehend right now, but you’re about to be given even more reasons to stay indoors because if there’s one industry guaranteed to recover in the run-up to Christmas it’s entertainment, so October’s issue of Stuff is dedicated to upgrading your home cinema.
Why? Well, coming at you in the next few months are not one but two next-gen games consoles, while shows that had their production halted due to the pandemic are soon to be back on the menu. New sporting seasons have kicked off without packed stadiums, meaning more armchair fans and bigger premium channel subscriber numbers. Yes, ladies and gentlemen, nature is healing.
So what are you going to watch it all on? Pick up a copy of this month’s mag to hear all about honing your home cinema with the best TVs, tech and sound for bringing Hollywood to your pad and hearing Jose Mourinho’s touchline rants in even greater detail.
Of course, if you’d rather mask up and decamp to the cinema, we take a look at the latest picture house tech vying for audiences across Europe, plus the backdated blockbusters aiming to put bums on disinfected seats.
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