Sharp... upscale? response time?

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  1. probeski

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    Hi, I'm thinking of buying a Sharp LC32GA4E (LC32GA4X here in Australia) and wish to know if 720p sources such as Xbox 360 will be upscaled to fullscreen 1366 X 768 or will it be with borders at 1280 X 720? (just want to make sure).

    Can anyone tell me the response time of this set with and without quick shoot on. What do people think of this display with fast moving action such as gaming, sport etc?

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    There was a thorough test of the LC32GA6E (and various others) done recently by Tom's Hardware:

    http://www.denguru.com/2006/01/20/ar...me/page21.html

    I think they concluded that it was "the world's fastest TV set" or something like that. So don't worry about response times. Sharp say 16ms, but as you can see from the graph it varies between 6ms and 15ms. Sharp basically over-estimate their response time loads and measure it in a much more strict way than other manufacturers.
     

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