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When looking for your new TV there is a lot to consider. Firstly, you need to decide whether you want a widescreen tv, plasma tv, lcd tv, rear projection tv, or a traditional tv. Then you need to know what size screen you want, these are measured diagonally across the screen and range from 14 inches to 50 inches. You can get pure flat or non flat tvs. The advantages of pure flat are that there are less on screen reflections, less distortion in the corners and they have a much wider viewing angle. There are many different methods for providing the best picture quality, these are 100Hz flicker free technology to make the image more vibrant, digital video noise reduction for clearer images, digital comb filter for sharper, crisper pictures and dynamic picture control for ultra-sharp images. You may want to look at the way the sound is produced on your new television, the primary technologies are Nicam stereo, virual dolby, dolby pro-logic and nicam digital stereo. Some televisions come with surround sound speakers and a subwoofer to further enhance your sound. Other features to look out for are a sleep timer, remote control, number of channels, tv/video stand, built in analogue tuner, teletext, number of scart sockets, on/off timer and automatic set up that tunes in and sets the channels at the touch of a button.