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AVForums Podcast: Episode 267 - 24th June 2019

Phil Hinton

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00:00:46 - What has the team done this week?
00:14:34 - Current Competitions
00:16:35 - Steve reviews the Yamaha RX-A1080 AV Receiver
00:32:01 - Ed reviews the Primare I15 Prisma Amp
00:35:38 - Reviews coming soon
00:46:07 - Cas reviews Toy Story 4
00:51:57 - Films released this week
01:04:51 - 4K and Blu-ray discs released this week
01:06:20 - Streaming releases this week
01:10:11 - The best films set in New York
01:22:36 - Goodbyes

Presented by Phil Hinton with Steve Withers, Cas Harlow and Ed Selley

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Habanero

Well-known Member
Just noticed my local Cineworld is showing Apollo 11 in IMAX. Looks like there's several locations across the country.
 

steviedr

Distinguished Member
Are we going to read “UHD sales plummet” now Steve can stream HDR!
 

Mr-Mixalot

Member
Are we going to read “UHD sales plummet” now Steve can stream HDR!
I was thinking a mass offload at the nearest CEX to recoup some money
 

Nallen0401

Active Member
Could the podcast be made available on Stitcher please? I usually listen on youtube but this is not very data efficient to have on in the car!
 

xxGBHxx

Well-known Member
Any chance you can sort out Cas' microphone? It always sounds slightly muffled to me and I miss the odd word here and there as a result. Volume is fine it's just the sound quality.

Cheers

G
 

Amar1

Active Member
Going to see Apollo 11 on Friday at the IMAX with Laser in Leicester Square. Has a Q&A with the director Todd Douglas Miller following the showing. Cant wait! Apollo 11 Plus Live Q and A | Book tickets at Cineworld Cinemas

No mention of Home Alone 2: Lost in New York? It's the only film on sale in the most touristy place in Manhattan; the Empire State Building gift shop! It also like Die Hard with a Vengeance, makes use of the city in the plot.
 

nomster

Standard Member
Nice Podcast as per usual - Cheers!

Re The best films set in New York;

Midnight Cowboy
&
Do The Right Thing

are two more that deserve a mention (just ordered a copy of Midnight Cowboy which is why it came to mind)
 

boabis

Active Member
Thanks again. In terms of current telly i thoroughly recommend "what we do in the shadows". It's had me howling.

MB
Does this mean you’re a werewolf? Stay away from my shrubbery.

Great show, I think every episode should end with Phil saying “Enough now”.

Booked for Apollo 11 at Cineworld this weekend, well reminded!

New York movies:

Across 110th Street does the dirty 70s vibe well.
Keeping The Faith is a love letter to NYC
All the Spider-Man movies showcase the city and illustrate how useless his powers would be on 99% of the world’s surface :laugh:
 

Toon Army

Well-known Member
Thanks gents.

Phil - How does your AVR cope with the changing dynamics of your room in view of all the boxes?

Thankfully Alexa did not go beserk whilst I listened to the podcast on the Sonos Ones in the kitchen. I tend to switch that feature off during mealtimes as the kids are forever asking for Alexa to play " The poo poo " song. Tell your kids at your peril!

 

invisiblekid

Distinguished Member
Great podcast yet again guys. cant wait to hear you for more than two weeks in a row.

Word has it that Theodor Rex was in a future New York.......it probably wasn't.
 

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