Home Entertainment was one of the first and in my somewhat biased opinion
one of the best magazines devoted
to home cinema. HE began way back in 1994
and I was fortunate enough to have written for almost every issue until its
untimely demise in 2003.
The features reviews and
articles in this archive span what I consider to be the most interesting and
important decade in the history of home entertainment technology, encompassing the first serious big
screen and widescreen TVs, affordable video projectors, the slow demise of the
VCR, the birth of digital video recording and the exciting early days of digital camcorders, still cameras, satellite television, DVD and
high definition TV. The articles
appear as-is, without any additional editing so prices, phone numbers and web addresses may no longer work. Iíll leave you to make
up your own mind about the occasional rash prediction, and how much things have changed!