This week we have the full review of the Philips OLED+935 TV from Phil, Steve is looking at the LG HU70LS LED projector and Ed reviews the Audiolab 6000A Streaming Amp. Plus, we round-up the Best of the Month for music, movies and TV shows.
This weeks AVForums Podcast is sponsored by Philips OLED+: http://www.philips.com/oled+.
00:00:00 - Start
00:00:24 - Welcome
00:04:42 - What have you been up to, Steve? Trump
00:08:40 - What have you been up to, Tom? Halloween
00:11:44 - What have you been up to, Cas? Pumpkins
00:14:54 - What have you been up to, Ed? MPG fixation
00:17:32 - What have you been up to, Phil? Watching TVs
00:19:20 - Competitions
00:22:13 - Audiolab 6000A Play Streamer review
00:27:00 - Philips 55OLED935 OLED TV review
00:37:34 - LG HU70LS Cinebeam Projector review
00:46:40 - News: LG rollable 65" TV is now for sale for $87,000.
00:51:40 - HDMI 2.1 bug hits Denon, Marantz and Yamaha AV receivers
01:03:00 - Ed's best album of the week - Nothing But Thieves - Moral Panic
01:05:00 - Ed's Vinyl of the week - The Slow Readers Club - 91 Days in Isolation
01:07:26 - Best films of the month. Rocks, On The Rocks, Borat, Saint Maud,
01:14:40 - Discussion about reviewing, scoring and people not agreeing with us
01:20:38 - Oh and The Witches
01:22:28 - 4K Blu-rays of the month. Back To The Future Trilogy, 300, District 9
01:24:45 - Best films to watch on Halloween. Too many recommendations to list
01:32:15 - Disney+ to make Willow TV series. Good luck with that.
01:34:50 - Truth Seekers coming to Amazon this week
01:35:23 - TV Shows coming - The Mandalorian season 2, Top Gear, Close Enough, Blood of Zeus
01:44:00 - Watch Tom's Thumbs
01:45:15 - Podcast competition
01:46:00 - Thanks and goodbyes
Presented by Phil Hinton with Steve Withers, Cas Harlow, Ed Selley and Tom Davies.
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