Home Entertainment ideas from Kent Life

PUBLISHED: 00:16 07 December 2011 | UPDATED: 20:24 20 February 2013

Home Entertainment ideas from Kent Life

Home Entertainment ideas from Kent Life

Interested in bringing a new dimension to that favourite Christmas movie? These three televisions will open up a whole new world of entertainment

Interested in bringing a new dimension to that favourite Christmas movie? These three televisions will open up a whole new world of entertainment

Home cinema: Immerse yourself in the BeoVision 7-55 and youll really feel like part of the action. Available in 40in or 55in, it offers outstanding 3D viewing with integrated Blu-ray DVD players, Digital Surround Sound processors for connecting added loudspeakers and Freeview HD. The BeoVision 7 system can also be connected to other rooms in the home, using the BeoLink Multi-room system, from Bang & Olufsen Maidstone 01622 692893, Canterbury 01227 452451 and Tenterden 01580 762864.

Crystal clear: The Panasonic VIERA TX-P50VT30B brings you a lifelike viewing experience in 2D and 3D, while the VIERA Connect lets you enjoy video, music, sports, and games on a large screen. Intelligent Frame Creation Pro technology delivers ultra-crisp sports, film and game action. Built-in freesat and Freeview, HD tuners offer subscription-free high-definition TV, from John Lewis at Home, Tunbridge Wells 01892 506830 and John Lewis Bluewater 01322 624123

Family friendly: The Samsung Smart 3D LED 8000 series features 3D technology and a Smart Hub that opens up content from the internet, Samsung Apps and other access points to the TV. As well as built in Wi-Fi, you can wirelessly connect your phone, tablet or PC to the big screen and for an added cost, a camera can be added to the D800 Smart TV enabling you to speak to friends and family with Smart TVs Skype video function, available from a range at Barretts Digital World, Canterbury 01227 767576

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