Giants look so awe­some folks are scared to cross ’em

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It’s a tru­ism that Big­ger is Bet­ter – par­tic­u­larly where things like wages, en­gine ca­pac­ity or size of TV screen are con­cerned. TV man­u­fac­tur­ers cer­tainly sub­scribe to BIB: we’ve hardly been able to move for 50-, 60- or 70-inch tel­lies this year (one of the best TVS we’ve ever seen (p6) is a 65-inch mon­ster). Trou­ble is, some brands tend (or pre­fer) to for­get that smaller, less sexy screen sizes are ev­ery bit as in­ter­est­ing to us ev­ery­day con­sumers. More so in a lot of ways, in fact, as most of us don’t have the space or in­cli­na­tion to give over a sig­nif­cant por­tion of our front rooms to a tele­vi­sion. So while they’re not the last word in tech­nol­ogy (mostly not even Full HD, let alone 4K or OLED or HDR or any other ex­cit­ing se­quence of num­bers and letters), the three big­brand 32-inch TVS we’ve tested (p54) are ev­ery bit as worth­while as their big­ger,flasher sib­lings.

Si­mon Lu­cas, editor

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