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Sharp lc32p50 for 760 quid

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by rudy, Oct 14, 2005.

  1. rudy

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    Is this a good deal? I just need a large flat screen for a bedroom and looks ARE important..

    Or should i spend an extra 70 and get the new samsung (hd ready)
     
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    I would say to definitely pick the Sharp over the Samsung any day, even if it's not HD Ready.

    What are the main uses for this television going to be though? That's what should really make your decision.
     
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    If it is a bedroom telly, then go for the Sharp. How big is your bedroom by the way? 32" would suggest a reasonably sized room.

    I got the 26" for replacement living room telly until I move and get my 37" HD ready telly, then the 26" is going in the bedroom.
     
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    I've got one and love it!
    Great picture.

    Gerald
     
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    Yep I second that... just wish the speakers at the bottom were black though. but it is a great TV. :smashin:
     
  6. rudy

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    Thanks guys. The room is a double bed and the tv will be set INTO the wall above a fireplace. I really liked the look of the aquos when they came out but when i saw a 26" one i did'nt think the PQ was up to much.

    But i take it this has improved? The prices certainly have.
     
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    didn't think the PQ was upto much, was you looking to close to screen by any chance, at the right Viewing distance these P50E's are superb, every LCD when your face is right upto screen dont look good that goes for any TV anyway,
     
  8. rudy

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    Sorry, should have said this was the old 26" model from a year ago..are all the new ones HD ready?
     
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    Whilst buying a DVD player from Richer sounds, not 30 minutes ago.

    I was watching The Incredibles on DVD.

    They must have had it fed to 20 LCD's in the store.

    I asked the Sales guy how there were all connected. He said they were all connected via a S-Video feed (split).

    Out of all the LCD's the Share 32P50 had the best picture....

    I'm acutally going to be buying my first LCD very soon (days/weeks) and if it were not for the fact that I definately want a HD panel and was only going to use it for DVD's/Freeview, from what I saw (limited I know) i'd probably be picking up a P50 series.
     

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