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Samsung vs Sharp

Discussion in 'Samsung TVs Forum' started by automatic, Jan 17, 2005.

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    There's alot of talk of Sharp tv's here on the forum, but has anyone any opinions on the Samsung LW26A33WX compared the to the 26" sharp's 3E's 4E's. When I have compared these in store the Samsung seems to have a better picture quality.

    Does the Samsung have full HDTV connectivity? DVI?
     
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    Any one on this? I am too very interested.
     
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    any one with any thoughts on the samsung lcd's?
     
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    Just looking at the specs....

    Screen is 15:9 ratio (1280x768) whereas Sharp is 16:9 (1368x768)
    Contrast ratio is lower but luminance is higher than a Sharp
    No Component inputs
    Has got PC input (Guessing that's not through DVI)
    Not got detachable speakers

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