What 26" LCD TV

Discussion in 'What Is The Best TV For You?' started by red2, Jan 31, 2009.

  1. red2

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    the Sharp has TN panel, but for the budget, it seems like a good value


    But I would stick with the Sony/Samsung 26"
     
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    The Tesco Panasonic appears to be £40 over your budget. RGB Direct currently have the Sharp LC26D44EBK at £299.00. I'm about to take delivery of one so I hope it'll be good!
     
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    Nielo, do you know what type of panel the Sharp LC26D44EBK has?
     
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    which is good ^-^
     
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    I bought the Technika for my guest bedroom. With it now at <£200 I think it is bargain.
    Easy set up. Looks good. Whilst not leading edge picture quality, with a little adjustment of the settings ( very easy if I can do it ) I think it's very good for the money.
    My neighbour has spent >£1500 on a 37" Pioneer + Humax Freesat box and he does not think his picture is much better - even in HD !!!
    Seen many reviews which criticise the inability to turn the set off. I don't see this as a problem.
    My Dad always insisted on unplugging the TV when going to bed and I still do the same.
    If one is disabled, and have difficulty reaching the socket, then a remote socket solves this.
     

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