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Do I go for the LC-26GA4E!!!

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by mfurlonger, Feb 25, 2005.

  1. mfurlonger

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    I am looking in to buying a new TV as my 13 year old Sony 21" is showing it's age. I have decided it needs to be an LCD as I will be using it with my Media Center and I know that Plasma suffer from burn in. My room is not that big so a 26" inch will be ok. It also needs to have a DVI input. It has taken me a good 3-4 days of surfing the web to try and narrow my selection down and I have decided to go for the LC-26GA4E by Sharp. Does any one alse have one and what are there thoughts on it? Will I also be able to run the PC in full screen?

    Are there any other good 26" LCD TV's that have the following.

    HDTV compatible
    DVI input
    around £1000

    I have managed to find one review and it ripped the TV image quality to pieces!

    Thanks in advance

    Mark
     
  2. blossom

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    Mark,

    You can do no wrong with the Sharp. Its got everything that you need. PQ is great. I just wish I could spend more time watching it as my six year old has taken it over with his PS2.

    Get one while there is some left.

    Cheers

    paul
     
  3. mfurlonger

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    Kids..I have two myself so I know what mean..

    Buy them a nice little 15". I am sure that would go down well..LOL

    Thanks

    Mark
     

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