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Akai CF2791 27" TV

alaTest has collected and analyzed 4 reviews from magazines and websites. Opinions about the value for money and design are generally positive. The usability and sound are also appreciated. The remote control and build quality get less positive comments.

image quality, sound, usability, design, value for money

build quality, remote control

On average, users rate this product 65/100.

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Wonderful set as long as you treat it gently

 

I received this TV as a gift about 3 years ago. I had the intent of using it for college and keeping it afterward. It cost $380 at Sam's Club at the time. Audio: I was immediately impressed with the image and sound quality on this set. The Turbo ...

Great picture, sound, menu options, appearance

Durability, weak included remote, weight

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Wonderful set as long as you treat it gently

 

Great picture, sound, menu options, appearance

Durability, weak included remote, weight

Consumer review by:

Great Overall Value

 

Contrary to the other review, we have had excellent luck with our Akai TV. We enjoy it very much and I would not hesitate to buy another one. I had remembered the Akai name as a quality product from the 1970s from the reel-to-reel tape player days. ...

Excellent Picture, Lots of Features

Sometimes have to cycle through input modes when turning VCR on.

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Nice picture, but....

 

Overall, the cons far outweigh the pros, as mine has been in the shop for 2 months getting fixed. I bought mine a little over a a year ago, in October 2003. I paid $338 from Sam's Club. Comparable models from Toshiba, RCA, JVC, or Sony were at ...

Cheap Price, Nice Picture, Love the widescreen

90 day warranty, buzzing noise that can't be fixed

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