32" Sharp LC32GA9E Aquos HD Ready Wide LCD TV - £299 Delivered @ Play - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HotUKDeals, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HotUKDeals app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
682Expired

32" Sharp LC32GA9E Aquos HD Ready Wide LCD TV - £299.00 Delivered @ Play

£299.00 @ Play.Com
# Real 16x9 WXGA (1366 x 768) LCD Panel # Advanced Super View and Black TFT LCD Panel # Two HDMI Digital interfaces for clear image playback # High quality picture circuit "truD" (smooth video ima… Read More
bingsy Avatar
9y, 2m agoFound 9 years, 2 months ago
# Real 16x9 WXGA (1366 x 768) LCD Panel
# Advanced Super View and Black TFT LCD Panel
# Two HDMI Digital interfaces for clear image playback
# High quality picture circuit "truD" (smooth video image playback)
# Clear voice function (enables to hear human voice clearer)
# Auto Volume Control
# PC input (Analogue RGB)
# Through RS-232C, AQUOS can be controlled from PC
# High Brightness 450cd/m2 , High Contrast 1,200:1
# Wide Viewing Angle H: 176deg., V: 176deg.
# Clear Flat Speaker
# Advanced OPC (Optical Picture Control)
# 60,000 hours Long Life Back light
# Environmental friendly design < GEEA registered >
# Component signals can be input to D-sub 15-pin by using a conversion cable(supplied)
# LCD Panel 32" Wide(1366x768), Advanced Super View & Black TFT LCD
# Brightness: 450 cd/m2
# Backlight Life: 60,000 hours
# Viewing Angle H: 176 deg., V: 176 deg.
# Audio Output: 15W + 15W
# Stereo System: NICAM/A2
# Terminals SCART x 2, AV/S-Video In, Audio Out, HDMI In x 2, PC In ( compatible with Component In ), Headphones
# Power source: AC 220V-240V, 50Hz
# Power consumption: 169W (standby 0.9W)
More From Play.Com:

All Comments

(140) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
Page:
#1
http://images.play.com/covers/1015400x.jpg
#2
Wow great post. This is going to be super hot! Bargain!
#3
300 notes for a 32" sharp LCD?

Nice.
#4
Thanks yinujim. Surprised nobody posted it earlier
#5
how much quidco on this?
#6
4% i think
#7
awesome find!!
#8
£875 on amazon! crikes! BUY NOW ! amazing post
#9
Is this one of the Sharp models that run at 100Hz? I am finding a lot of reviews for identically sized Sharp tvs, and I know they have a good reputation, but I feel a little wary about why this particular model is reduced to so low.
#10
Jecht Murray
Is this one of the Sharp models that run at 100Hz? I am finding a lot of reviews for identically sized Sharp tvs, and I know they have a good reputation, but I feel a little wary about why this particular model is reduced to so low.


Probably another misprice :p Seems v hot to me!
#11
upmyloft
4% i think


288 if it comes off then, even better! rarely get a non brand for that much
#12
£510 @ Red-Onions.co.uk...

And this model runs @ 50Hz...
#14
Specs suggest no freeview built in on this - looks like a fairly old panel. But still seems a good deal,[COLOR="Red"] especially for gaming use.[/COLOR] :thumbsup:

Scrap that for 360 users - no component video input :(
#15
Crikey how prices/specs change SO in five years...

Won a Sharp LC-22SV2E in Nov 2002 when it was just over £3,000 - yes 10 times the price.

ie 22" with 854 x 480 resolution fed by ONE Scart and ONE composite input (ie AV1 and AV2).

Still using as bedroom TV.
#16
Yer we all want a tv that
VERDICT """##
The LC-32GA9E
can’t wear a
HD-ready badge,
despite it being
HD-ready in all
ways but one’
#17
Am I right in assuming that this doesn't have built-in Freeview? basically it's an old product on clear out?

Still, an excellent price, IIRC Sharp Aquos TVs were highly regarded.
#18
is this worth buying?


honestly?
#19
matthew1985
is this worth buying?


honestly?


it's better than a vistron or acoustic solutions for same money so i'd say yeah.
#20
M-X
Specs suggest no freeview built in on this - looks like a fairly old panel. But still seems a good deal,[COLOR="Red"] especially for gaming use.[/COLOR] :thumbsup:

Scrap that for 360 users - no component video input :(


Someone needs a visit to specsavers!! jk

Component signals can be input to D-sub 15-pin by using a conversion cable(supplied)
#21


Thanks for the review, i had spent some time looking for one myself. £1100 when new, without Freeview.

It also doesn't take 1080p inputs, 720p max. Not the biggest issue I guess.

Amazing how far TVs have come in 14 months since that review. £299 down from £1099, and we're being wary...

Here's the Freeview version: http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/-/319/405/-/1015398/Sharp-32-LC32GD9E-Aquos-Freeview-HD-Ready-Widescreen-LCD-TV/Product.html?searchtype=genre
£399.
#22
cant go wrong at this price for a reasonable brand...cant remember if they make their panels, tho wouldnt be surprised if its LG...and thats from a plasma fan
#23
sizzling hot deal!!!
nice one there
:thumbsup:
#24
JeeBeePSB
Thanks for the review, i had spent some time looking for one myself. £1100 when new, without Freeview.

It also doesn't take 1080p inputs, 720p max. Not the biggest issue I guess.

Amazing how far TVs have come in 14 months since that review. £299 down from £1099, and we're being wary...

Here's the Freeview version: http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/-/319/405/-/1015398/Sharp-32-LC32GD9E-Aquos-Freeview-HD-Ready-Widescreen-LCD-TV/Product.html?searchtype=genre
£399.


100pound extra jus for free view is it worth it?:whistling:
#25
JeeBeePSB;1637565
Thanks for the review, i had spent some time looking for one myself. £1100 when new, without Freeview.

It also doesn't take 1080p inputs, 720p max. Not the biggest issue I guess.

Amazing how far TVs have come in 14 months since that review. £299 down from £1099, and we're being wary...

what do you mean it doesnt take 1080p inputs....why the hell would you need 1080p on a screen this size? you are unlikely to see any difference
you can connect HD sources eg blu ray player, ps3, sky hd - if thats what you were suggesting you couldnt do with this tv
#26
Bully;1637494
£875 on amazon! crikes! BUY NOW ! amazing post

dont make me laugh £875 for a 32in Sharp LCD...youd be insane to pay that when you can get the panny 37in LCD or 37in plasma for about the same or maybe less
#28
Leftfield;1637560
Someone needs a visit to specsavers!! jk

you shouldnt expect people on here to understand anything about interconnects, most people think all cables are the same :roll:.
#29
do you think these deals for old tv's are brand new stock?

It's just i can't imagine sharp would still manufacturer these along with all their newer, better models. What do manufacturers do with all the returns they get? If they check / fix them can they resell them as new?
#30
royals
what do you mean it doesnt take 1080p inputs....why the hell would you need 1080p on a screen this size? you are unlikely to see any difference
you can connect HD sources eg blu ray player, ps3, sky hd - if thats what you were suggesting you couldnt do with this tv


A lot of modern 720p TVs can downsample 1080p inputs. This one just won't try.

I was more interested in http://www.play.com/Electronics/Electronics/-/319/405/-/1015220/Philips-26-26PF7521D-Freeview-HD-Ready-LCD-TV-Pixel-Plus/Product.html?searchtype=genre myself but it came out in 2006. Ahhhh, but I like Philips TVs but I don't know about their LCD panels.
#31
Stupidly good price, slightly out of date but who cares unless you seriously think the tv industry is even shooting in 1080 hd yet.

For that size the price is really good, a few years ago sharp had some of the better panels.
#32
chevychase
do you think these deals for old tv's are brand new stock?

It's just i can't imagine sharp would still manufacturer these along with all their newer, better models. What do manufacturers do with all the returns they get? If they check / fix them can they resell them as new?


By law they would need to be advertised refurbished / open box return.

These are new, but probably been sitting in a warehouse for quite some time I would of thought
#33
M-X;1637532
Specs suggest no freeview built in on this - looks like a fairly old panel. But still seems a good deal,[COLOR=Red] especially for gaming use.[/COLOR] :thumbsup:

Scrap that for 360 users - no component video input :(


All these inputs and you complain there is no component video input!!!, get a gaming console that uses modern technology then, not one that still lives in the past!

hint: PS3 ;-)
#34
M-X
Specs suggest no freeview built in on this - looks like a fairly old panel. But still seems a good deal,[COLOR="Red"] especially for gaming use.[/COLOR] :thumbsup:

Scrap that for 360 users - no component video input :(


according to specs on amazon it does have component input, iuse my 360 with hdmi connection, clearer sharper image.
#35
royals
dont make me laugh £875 for a 32in Sharp LCD...youd be insane to pay that when you can get the panny 37in LCD or 37in plasma for about the same or maybe less


i dont make the prices mate but thats what it is on amazon !
#36


i would have preferred to get this 37 inch version but i cant justify paying £200 more for 5 inches
#37
Great price I been looking for one for ages!!!
There were this Grundig 32 inch one selling for the same price but that was refurbished stuff and also its a Grundig surely Sharp is a better brand on LCD TVs, even that one was sold one within hours!!!!

Hurry this is a great price for a Branded 32 inch LCD HD ready TV I am gonna be using it for my PS3 and finally I can start watching my Bluray Spiderman dvds !!!

Just ordered one can't wait !
#38
Bully
i would have preferred to get this 37 inch version but i cant justify paying £200 more for 5 inches


Forget about the 37 inch one mate for £499 you get loads other chioces!
#39
Gorillasan
Forget about the 37 inch one mate for £499 you get loads other chioces!


such as?
#40
Bully
i would have preferred to get this 37 inch version but i cant justify paying £200 more for 5 inches


Oooo don't make that mistake. The 5" is only diagonal and you don't view a diagonal!

Although the diagonal only increases by 5" or 15% from 32" to 37",
the SURFACE area increases by OVER 33% from 438sq" to 583sq"

Personally I'm waiting for my old Sony 32" CRT to fail so I can replace with 46" ie only 14" but over 100% more screen!

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!