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  1. Sharp LC-32GA6E review

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    There are two extremes of Sharp's latest LCD range: the exceedingly affordable but not HD Ready 32P50E, and the costly but HD Ready and digital tuner-equipped LC-32GD7E. Now it's time to check out Sharp's 'middle man'.

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    Sharp LC-26P50E review

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    High definition is an expensive and complicated thing so there will be huge numbers who really won't be bitten by the HD bug at all. And it's precisely these people that Sharp is aiming at with its LC-26P50E

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    Sharp LC-32P50E review

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    When it comes to LCD TVs, Sharp produces some of the finest around. In fact, they're so good that Loewe often uses Sharp panels in its products. That's not to say the two 32in LCDs are the same, however

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    Sharp LC-32P50E review

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    The bell for last orders seems to be ringing for tube sets and Sharp is one of the keenest manufacturers to call time.The trouble has been, however,a perception in the public's mind that flatscreens were either an expensive videophiles' toy....

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    Sharp LC-45GD1E review

    Sharp LC-45GD1E review

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    Not content with being the largest LCD yet to hit the UK market, the LC-45GD1E boasts a native resolution of 1,920 x 1,080 pixels - making it one of the very few screens that's able to display every pixel of detail from high-definition footage.

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    Sharp LL-171ME review

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    The 17in LL-171ME from Sharp is competitively priced at around £400 and, with a screen resolution of 1,280 x 768, ought to be able to display that extra bit of detail that's been lacking from some other LCD screens

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    Sharp LC-32GD1E review

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    As well as having an integrated Freeview tuner, the LC-32GD1E is very easy on the eye. Clad in titanium, its futuristic, angular desktop stand and twin-curved speaker grille haven't exactly been beaten with the ugly stick either

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    Sharp LC-20SH1E review

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    There's no doubt in our minds that Sharp is currently at the cutting-edge of the large LCD game. But can the company also convince when the going gets small and cheap?

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    Sharp LC-45GD1E review

    Sharp LC-45GD1E review

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    Welcome to the UK's largest and arguably most advanced LCD television. Not content with being HD-ready, its high-resolution panel is one of very few to display every pixel of detail of high-def footage.

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    Sharp LC-45GD1E review

    Sharp LC-45GD1E review

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    They said it couldn't be done. A 45in LCD that didn't drive viewers wild with blurred motion and greys instead of blacks was the stuff of legend - until now.Having seen an almost identical 37in TV in Sharp's luxury Aquos range...

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    Sharp LC-45GD1E review

    Sharp LC-45GD1E review

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    Stand back and give yourself a moment to take it all in. The yawning expanse of LCD screen, the dazzling array of connections and the spec sheet drawn up in high-def heaven.

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    Sharp LC-45GD1E review

    Sharp LC-45GD1E review

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    So many 'affordable' LCDs pass through our test rooms that we're occasionally left blurry-eyed with a grey mist descending on our retinas where bold blacks should be - but not here.

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    Sharp LC-32GD1E review

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    Coming at us all slimmer than most and attractive in its titanium finish, the Sharp LC-32GD1E is very easy on the eye. Its futuristic, angular desktop stand and twin-curved speaker grille haven't exactly been beaten with the ugly stick either.

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    Sharp Aquos LC-45GD1E review

    Sharp Aquos LC-45GD1E review

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    To think that only a couple of years ago every plasma TV maker and their mother was telling us that LCD TVs couldn't really get any bigger than 28in or so. We've already seen - and adored - 42in LCD models from Sony and Philips

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    Sharp LL-171ME review

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    A quick look at the specification sheet reveals the Sharp LL-171ME to be a little light on features - though at this low price that's to be expected. Happily, however, straight out of the box it looks attractive and keeps the initial setup simple

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    Sharp LC-45GD1E review

    Sharp LC-45GD1E review

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    The scene is set for a super-size showdown between Sharp and Samsung. But whereas the latter has exhibited a giant 82in LCD at various technology fairs, it's Sharp that is the quicker to market of the two.

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    Sharp LC-37HV4E review

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    The first thing you'll notice about the LC-37HV4E is its clean design. It may not be the thinnest screen around, but it's very attractive, with all the manual controls atop the set. Speakers are supplied and can be fitted to the sides of the panel.

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    Sharp LC-37GD1E review

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    Having seen its previous LCD offering, when Sharp came up with its Aquos range of LCDs - of which this 37in is one - we couldn't wait to run a series of tests. So let's consider what is one of the world's slimmest large LCDs

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    Sharp LC-37GD1E review

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    Sharp's new 37in LCD throws the plasma versus LCD debate wide open, and should help LCD challenge the dominance of plasma.The LC-37GD1E also boasts a remarkably narrow screen frame and a striking lack of rear-end depth...

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    Sharp LC-32GD1E review

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    Sharp has been one of the front runners in the LCD TV race for some time now. But, while heaping praise upon Sharp for its sterling work in this field, we can't help but feel that the rest of the pack is starting to catch up.

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    Sharp LL-171ME review

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    Setting up the LL-171ME really couldn't be easier. Autotuning goes through the motions quickly and efficiently, and an above-average remote control works in perfect harmony with a set of dull but nobrainer onscreen menus

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    Sharp LC-37GD1E review

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    If ever there was an LCD screen really looking to shake things up and cause a stir - rather than the usual ripple - in the world of TVs, the LC-37GD1E would have to be it. Not only does it look the proverbial mutt's nuts...

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    Sharp LC-32GD1E review

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    While everyone else became obsessed with plasma, Sharp quietly beavered on with its own pet project: LCD. And now, with LCD screens selling like hot cakes and threatening to banish plasma to the scrap heap, it's Sharp who's having the last laugh.

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    Sharp LC-15L1E review

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    The wireless LC-15L1E accepts 802.11b signals from a centrally located box, which emits all data received through the many connections. It features a rechargeable battery, and handle so that it can be taken anywhere within a 25m range

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