Sharp 1080p 37" HDTV LC37XD1E - Only £1024.99 Delivered - HotUKDeals
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I've had my eye on this one for a while and it's just dropped £100 on Empire Direct. This is a 1080p AKA "Full HD" screen meaning the highest HD resolution possible and this is a stonking price.

Site description:

* 37" Widescreen LCD TV
* Built-in Freeview
Digital Terrestrial Tuner (DVB-T)
* HD Ready
* 1920x1080 resolution
* Displays 1080p, 1080i and 720p HD Signals (HD Compatible)
* Advanced Super View LCD Panel
* HDMI Digital Interface for Clear Image Playback
* PC Input (Analogue RGB)
* Surround Sound
* Clear Voice Function
* 3D-Y/C comb filter
* DCE (Dynamic Contrast Enhancement)
* Teletext

1 Year Parts Guarantee / 1 Year Labour Guarantee

Also 2% Quidco meaning a further £19.99 off.
- Wootz
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#1
Thanks for the pointer Wootz :)
#2
This TV might be my next purchase! Thanks
#3
I've not actually bought this, so I don't know if the voucher (http://www.hotukdeals.com/forums/showthread.php?p=290050) works. However, if it does, with the £19.99 back with Quidco and the £5 voucher, it'll be £1000 exactly :D
#4
Is the LC42XD1E the 42" version of the above tv or just another 42" version by sharp. If it's the same tv just 5" bigger you can get this from various website for a added 100 quid if you froogle it.

Full 1080p, full 42" and as close to £1100 as you like, might be worth keeping a eye on this one and bagging it as soon as it drops below £1000
#5
Buyers beware, these sets are notoriously bad with many many faults/problems. Head over to avforums.com to check out the numerous threads in the LCD section. The 42" is cheap for 1080p but as I said they are plagued with issues.
#6
Adidas is right,

Check this out http://www.avforums.com/forums/showthread.php?t=477499&highlight=Sharp+LC37XD1E

There are more thread if you search for them.

Nogs
#7
I'm an active participant in that Sharp LCnnXD1E AVForum and my folks had a faulty 42" model, but this tip is about the 37" model and out of the 6000+ messages I don't remember one moan about the 37", other than someone paying almost as much for one as for a 42".

My folks returned their first faulty 42" and got a good second one.
#8
I have had this TV for about 2 weeks now and am really happy with it, there are no problems and I would fully recommend it.

I purchased it from Costco For £1092, Costco offer a standard 3 year guarantee but as long as your membership is unbroken the guarantee can last a lot longer than that. Also Costco offer a no quibble money back guarantee if your TV does develop a fault.

This offer does seem a very good price, but if you are in a position to buy from Costco it is definitely worth the extra money.

Carlos.
#9
now only £899 from empiredirect + £20 for the 3 years warranty + £25 for delivery (or get instore without delivery costs).. still a bargain for a 37" Full 1080p HD LCD.. one word of caution is that 1080p is only possible via the HDMI cable so xbox owners will only get a max of 1080i via the non standard component to vga cable that is included in the box..reports of the inbuilt sound is not great but simply use a home surround system and the sound issue will not be a problem.

Also the good news is that the 37" does not suffer the same banding issues of the 42" inch and above of the same model range.. excellent price, picture quality and design. Got mine on order and should be with me this week.

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