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  1. Sharp LC46X20E review

    Sharp LC46X20E review

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    On paper the Sharp LC46X20E has the lot: Full HD resolution; novel design; ultra-thin looks; and bountiful connectivity. What can possibly go wrong? Three HDMI (v1.3) inputs kick things off for the Sharp LC46X20E.

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    Sharp LC32AD5E review

    Sharp LC32AD5E review

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    The LC32AD5E is Sharp’s current entry-level, HD Ready set with no frills and an appealing price.

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    Sharp LC-26SD1E review

    Sharp LC-26SD1E review

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    Sharp has abandoned the space-age silver design of previous Aquos LCDs, but the company still knows how to make a TV look good. Like most other TV manufacturers it’s embraced the black finish, which gives the LC26SD1E a moody, understated look that effuses class.

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    Sharp Aquos LC-46XD1E review

    Sharp Aquos LC-46XD1E review

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    After letting a few rivals steal a march on it, Sharp is getting its LCD TV act very much back together. Our evidence? The huge improvements made over anything Sharp has done before as witnessed in the LC-42XD1E, and even more so by the company’s new LC-46XD1E we’re looking at today.

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    Sharp LC-52XD1E review

    Sharp LC-52XD1E review

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    We’ve already seen and thoroughly enjoyed 42in and 46in models from Sharp’s potent new XD1E range. But today we’re stretching Sharp’s talents to a whole new dimension with the massive 52in 52XD1E – one of the UK’s biggest commercially available LCD TVs.

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    Sharp LC-46X20EAD review

    Sharp LC-46X20EAD review

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    Most of this 46in LCD TV’s peers have more advanced features, but who cares when a screen this big is edging its way down to the magic £1,000 mark?

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    Sharp LC-46X20E review

    Sharp LC-46X20E review

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    Just as Full HD televisions are emerging as a mainstream product, Sharp has knocked out a ‘budget version’. However, to keep costs low, this particular screen dispenses with the current buzzword in LCD TV technology, '100Hz processing'

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    Sharp LC-46XD1E review

    Sharp LC-46XD1E review

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    Sharp wades into this battle of the big boys all guns blazing with this 46-incher - a gem of a Full HD LCD TV. It's made all the more glittering by the two grand pricetag and has only a couple of niggles to its name.

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    Sharp LC-42XD1E review

    Sharp LC-42XD1E review

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    Most manufacturers' new ranges of TVs seem like simply a gentle progression from what they've produced before. But on the evidence of the LC-42XD1E, there's a full-blown revolution taking place at Sharp HQ

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    Sharp LC32RD2E review

    Sharp LC32RD2E review

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    Having been more than impressed with the manufacturer's full HD XD1E range in recent months, we were hoping that Sharp's LC32RD32 - its first model to feature 100Hz processing - was equally going to deliver the goods.

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    Sharp LC-42XD1E review

    Sharp LC-42XD1E review

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    If you ask me, it's only when you get to the 40-42in screen sizes that things really get interesting in the TV world. Not just because this is the sort of size where a TV starts to turn into a home cinema centrepiece, but also because this is the level where brands start to go the extra mile with cool features and harsh price competition.

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    Sharp LC-37XD1E review

    Sharp LC-37XD1E review

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    With an abundance of 1080-line material now available from the likes of Sky HD, Blu-ray and HD DVD, there's a growing demand for TVs with 1920 x 1080 resolution. Sharp's LC-37XD1E recognises this need, boasting a Full HD resolution and the ability to display 1080p content in its native form.

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    Sharp LC-37RD2E review

    Sharp LC-37RD2E review

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    This is the only TV in the group test to use 100Hz image processing, which doubles the usual TV scanning rate to eliminate LCD's bugbear of juddery motion.

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    Sharp LC-26SD1E review

    Sharp LC-26SD1E review

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    Producer of some of the finest LCD TVs of late, Sharp has a new 26in offering, which is rather an understated affair. Gone is the metallic look of old, replaced here by the gloss black that is becoming standard in flatscreen circles.

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    Sharp LC-42XD1E review

    Sharp LC-42XD1E review

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    Depending on your point of view, the Sharp LC-42XD1E 42in LCD TV has a distinct advantage or a serious disadvantage compared with isome of its rivals. On one hand, it's an expensive screen at a cool £1,500 but, on the other, it's a Full HD screen

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    Sharp LC32RD2E review

    Sharp LC32RD2E review

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    Although not quite as consistent as Panasonic in terms of sheer consistency of quality, Sharp has been making some serious LCD TV waves in recent months with its Full HD XD1E range. So we're looking forward to getting to grips with the LC32RD2E

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    Sharp LC-26SD1E review

    Sharp LC-26SD1E review

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    Sharp has abandoned the space-age silver design of previous Aquos LCDs, but the company still knows how to make a TV look good. Like most other TV manufacturers it's embraced the black finish.

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    Sharp LC-37XD1E review

    Sharp LC-37XD1E review

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    One day we won't refer to 'full HD' resolution with the word trapped inside speech marks. A TV with a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels will seem run of the mill with all that 1080 HD material on Sky, Blu-ray and HD DVD

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    Sharp LC32RD2E review

    Sharp LC32RD2E review

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    Sharp's latest LCD TV range has already made a splash in the shape of the 'full' HD XD1E range. But even these mostly excellent screens have one undeniable flaw: loss of resolution while showing moving objects

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    Sharp LC-52XD1E review

    Sharp LC-52XD1E review

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    We've already seen and thoroughly enjoyed 42-inch and 46-inch models from Sharp's potent new XD1E range. But today we're stretching Sharp's talents to a whole new dimension with the massive 52-inch 52XD1E

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    Sharp LC32RD2E review

    Sharp LC32RD2E review

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    Sharp LC32RD2E review: As anyone who's done any kind of research into LCD will know, the technology has trouble handling motion. But Sharp's 32-inch LC32RD2E uses 100Hz processing to tackle the problem, while still coming in under £1,000

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    Sharp LC-37RD2E review

    Sharp LC-37RD2E review

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    Sharp's cutting-edge 100Hz LC-37RD2E stands before me anonymous in its designer threads. Suddenly, I find myself agitated at the sheep-like nature of the AV mass market. If one manufacturer has success with a particular look, the herds are set to follow

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    Sharp Aquos LC-46XD1E review

    Sharp Aquos LC-46XD1E review

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    After letting a few rivals steal a march on it, Sharp is getting its LCD TV act very much back together. We recently looked at, and loved, the LC-42XD1E, and now its 46-inch big brother is here to wow us all over again

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    Sharp Aquos LC-52XD1E review

    Sharp Aquos LC-52XD1E review

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    The gloves are off in the scrap between plasma and LCD. Screens like this 52-inch Sharp LC-52XD1E are pushing LCD to the kind of sizes that were once plasma's exclusive domain. And as far as quality goes, it doesn't get much better

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    Sharp LC-46XD1E review

    Sharp LC-46XD1E review

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    LCD innovator Sharp seemed to have got its groove back when we reviewed the 42in version of this model. And this elegant £2,000 TV, glossy black and silver trimmed, looks the part too

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