In the last 3 years we have witnessed explosive growth in the sale of flat panel TV's. It's by far the form factor of choice, capable of delivering high definition video that consumers demand at a price point that is available for the mass market. However, contrary to all of the amazing accolades regarding picture quality, many have raised the issue about the lack of audio quality. Audio is the emotional connection to what we see and many believe that poor audio can ruin the viewing experience. George Lucas once said, “The sound and music are 50% of the entertainment in a movie". So why do TV manufacturers put emphasis on video quality and not audio? The simple answer is that they have no choice.
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