Sound & Vision April-May 2019

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Al Griffin

Editor-in-chiefAl Griffin

Joined EISA in 2017

Published byAVTech Media Ltd

AddressAVTech Media Americas, 260 Madison Avenue, 8 th floor, New York, NY 10016, USA

Email:al.griffin@eisa.eu

Once the lights go down and the movie starts, the engagement and emotion created by a home theater is universal: it knows no minimum screen size, no required number of speakers, no optimal budget which must be spent. Sound & Vision spreads the gospel of that home theater experience and gives everyone—from the everyday shopper to the hardcore enthusiast—the information and tools they need to put those pieces in place to their own satisfaction, get them working at their best, and press play. For the music fan, Sound & Vision covers affordable two-channel audio components, with an emphasis on wireless multiroom speakers and the latest in music streaming services and technology.

The soundndvision.com web site features hundreds of equipment reports, sorted by product category, covering everything of interest to home theater and stereo enthusiasts. The home page is also updated daily with blog posts, A/V advice, How To guides, show reports, Ultra HD Blu-ray reviews, and other features.

Sound & Vision’s EISA membership brings a global perspective to both the magazine and its website. The direct connection with the A/V world’s leading brands that our EISA affiliation provides also ensures that the magazine’s coverage is not just timely, but well ahead of the curve.

 

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