Some New TVs Get Better Sound, Lighter, Cheaper 3D Glasses
ConsumerReports.org reports that, based on the latest TVs they’ve been testing in its TV labs, some of the things they didn’t especially like in some of last year’s models—such as fair or poor sound quality and bulky, costly active 3D glasses—are no longer as big an issue with some manufacturers.
For example, most of the major brands that offer active 3D TVs, which use battery-powered active-shutter glasses, have replaced the bulky designs we saw in earlier generations with lighter, sleeker glasses. Several of the 3D TVs in our latest TV Ratings now come with these sleeker models, which our testers have found be much more comfortable to wear, especially for extended periods of time.
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