Sharp LC32RD2E 100HZ

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  1. Braska10

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    Does anyone know some information about the new Sharp Aquos LC32RD2E.

    I know it will be 100hz, 10000,1 Contrast Ratio and 4Ms Time Response.
     
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    Sharp Aquos LC32RD2E, 32 inch 100Hz HD ready LCD TV with 2 HDMI & built-in Freeview

    LC32RD2E




    Enjoy wonderfully clear pictures with the 100Hz HD ready Sharp LC-32RD2E 32 inch LCD television. It features a detailed 1366 x 768 resolution and a high quality ‘truD’ picture circuit for exceptionally smooth video image playback. It also has an integrated digital tuner which allows you to enjoy a wide selection of free to air channels.
    Specification
    £799.99
    Incl VAT


    # Screen size: 32 inches
    # Diagonal visible screen size: 80cm
    # HD ready
    # IDTV Freeview DVB tuner
    # Wall mountable: yes
    # Teletext built-in: yes
    # Aspect ratio: 16:9
    # Screen resolution: 1366 x 768 pixels
    # Response time: 4ms
    # Brightness: 450cd/m2
    # Contrast ratio: 1800:1 (dynamic contrast 10000:1)
    # TruD
    # 8 days EPG
    # Fast text
    # 100Hz double frame drive
    # Picture and text
    # Nicam A2 stereo sound
    # 20W audio output (10W x 2)
    # Integral tuner / av box: integrated Pal Secam
    # 2 x scart connections
    # 2 x HDMI connections
    # RS232C port
    # PC input
    # S-video / composite
    # AV out
    # Panel life: 60000 hours
    # Viewing angle (V x H): 176 x 176 degrees
    # Dimensions (W x H x D): 795 x 531 x 123mm not including stand
    # Dimensions (W x H x D): 795 x 588 x 255mm including stand
    # Weight: 18kg
     
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    UP:)

    Anyone has an idea for this TV?
     
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    4ms response time!
    100hz
    10000 contrst

    This might be the best 32' LCD out there! :thumbsup:
     
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    Ok it's still a bit expensive at £764 for the 32' but surely someone's seen one/bought one ? :cool:
     
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    No one have this tv then, looks good spec
     
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    so what panels are sharp using 4ms is an the realm of a TN panel?

    regards.

    John.

     
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    i have been reading the reviews in mags and on these forums for months working out what tv to buy as at the moment all i have is standard def pics and i have been in laods of shops looking and getting test done i have opted for the 37rd2e sharp lcd tv as its 1 of the best sd lcd if not the best the pictures are superb and i have been watching footy / speedway / f1 and have seen no problems at all its an awsome tv and would recomend it
     
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    Not sure exactly what panel Sharp use but 1 thing that concerns me is colour depth. This set is only 8 bit wheras most others are at least 10 bit and many are even more than that. Is there any experts on colour depth out there who can shed some light on this subject and what if any drawbacks it might mean for this set?

    :lease:
     
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    AFAIK most, if not all, current consumer display devices are 8 bit. When the specs mention 10 bit and above they are simply referring to the onboard video processor which are largely used to eliminate digital artefacts and D/A conversion noise. Don't confuse this with being able to accept and display deep colour.
     

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