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Toms Hardware review of 26" LCD TV's

Discussion in 'LCD & LED LCD TVs' started by shaddow2005, Mar 29, 2005.

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    very good honest reviews there from tomshardware.
     
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    Good to see the Sharp came out as a good 'un!
     
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    I think I will wait for 'Dave' to convert it himself onto the English Site..

    cos this translation is complete gobledegook.. or maybe that should be googledgook

    I like the phrase ' suffering too much from the effects of staircase.' best ;-)


    Conclusion


    Here, the second shutter of our comparative of television sets LCD is completed. What is necessary to retain some? The sights of the various results collected, one can show several things. The first it is that models 30 and 32 inches are not powerful to put on the scale sources in low resolution. It is an acknowledgement of general failure which we should make here. The models 26 inches are left there definitely better from their finer size of pixel. Then, the level of black of the television sets of this size is not enough deep, immediate consequence of the will of the manufacturers to push the luminosity ahead with the detriment of other qualities. It is a pity bus when it is known that 90% of projected films are it in the black (simple practice of consumer), one understands that a luminosity of 350 cd/m2 is aberrant, even if one is far from the flagstone.

    In the current state of the audio-visual contents, we recommend consequently you to hold of it with the models 26 inches if you really hope to invest in the LCD. They will offer more beautiful images to you and you will be able to continue to use your "old" equipment without suffering too much from the effects of staircase. I would thus recommend the LW2Ã33W of Samsung for the moment. It is by far the best quality ratio/price.

    Now if you (on) are already equipped in material last cry with scaler with race and/or and if it you always miss HDTV the 32 inches of which you always dreamed, you can invest in expensive ViewSonic N3200W. Plus than the others, it is also better equipped and proposes an image of quality for little which one can free from the scaling by an average outside.
     

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