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Consumer Reports 27-inch and 32-inch TVs Which is better for you The ads and stores may be pushing the consumer to buy the big-screen wide screen flat screen digital and high definition TVs but many buyers are buying the less expensive traditional TVs TVs are offering more than ever for the dollar Our tests have confirmed that there are plenty of high quality sets on the market Many of these sets have a long list of features that were never offered at such a low price Many of these sets also allow connection of your other entertainment utilities such as your stereo system VCRs DVDs and game systems There are also the flat screens Many manufacturers have at least one TV with little or no curve in the screen Sony currently has the largest variety of these TVs These flat screen TVs usually cost about 100 more than a conventional TV but offer you fewer reflections and higher picture quality The five Sony flat-screen TVs we tested all had very good picture quality and were among the best when using separate video inputs We advise you to compare the difference if you are interested in a flat screen TV to see if it is worth the extra cash for your purposes GET THE PICTURE There were forty 27 inch and 32 inch sets with a variety of features tested for this report We chose this size because we found that these sizes were the most likely to be chosen for the family TV Most of the TVs we tested had such performance-enhancing or convenient features One of these was a comb filter A comb filter may enhance picture quality depending on the quality of the comb filter Virtual surround sound also called ambient effects was another performance enhancing attribute that we tested Virtual surround sound uses audio processing to enable the TVs two internal
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