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SHARP AQUOS LC32DH57EGY 32" Branded tv for £199.00!!! RicherSounds

£199.00 @ Richer Sounds
Product Information Not be confused with the inferior Sharp LC32DH510 which has fewer HDMI sockets. Whilst stocks last! This Sharp LC32DH57 LCD TV's got style, value and quality covered. At th…
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6y, 9m agoFound 6 years, 9 months ago
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Not be confused with the inferior Sharp LC32DH510 which has fewer HDMI sockets. Whilst stocks last!

This Sharp LC32DH57 LCD TV's got style, value and quality covered.

At the heart of this 32 inch Sharp LCD TV is their latest Media Tek engine. This blends a range of technologies to improve all aspects of the Sharp's picture quality. A response time of 6ms is better than the class average of 8ms and, along with de-juddering picture enhancement, helps give it super crisp images, especially with fast moving action films and sport. Furthermore, the fast response time and PC input also makes the LC32DH57EGY one of the best LCD TVs for PC and gaming use.

The class competitive sound quality is complemented by the optical digital output. This allows you to connect the 32 inch Sharp to a home cinema system for sound quality to match the picture. Other standard inputs on this 32 inch Sharp LCD flat screen TV include no fewer than 3 HDMI sockets, twin SCART sockets and component. Whether you're using digital or analogue, the LC32DH57 has all the bases covered.

When it comes to style, the LC32DH57EGY makes a strong statement. The gloss black frame matches contemporary home cinema equipment and is complemented by a matching stand.

The Sharp LC32DH57EGY is an impressive TV with a rich pedigree. If you're looking for a quality, budget 32 inch LCD TV, it deserves to be on your shortlist.
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#1
good price
#2
Most stores only have a few (1 - 4) in stock. None in Liverpool
banned#3
oh dear, here we go again.
#4
Heat added but would recommend that you get the 5 year warranty upgrade.
#5
Dont all Sharps come with a standard 5 year manufacturer warranty anyway ? Maybe i am wrong but most places offer this on previous Sharps ive seen ?
#6
6 in Manchester city centre
#7
HOTHOTHOT - This is a great TV which i was just about to post - damn you! :P
#8
"some may be ex-display or ex-repair"
#9
Mascherano
oh dear, here we go again.

No doubt, the same old people moaning because every store doesn’t have at least 100 in stock. :roll:
#10
220 quid for an ideal bedroom set with a 5 year guarantee is excellent.
Heat added.
#11
thank you poster, just bought 2 in plymouth for my daughters they had 5 all new in box not ex display etc.
#12
None left in Maidstone - the bloke said he just sold the one on display :-( another bargain missed - great find - I shudda been quicker
#13
Heat/rep, shame there's no stores anywhere near me :(
#14
not bad for the price, but my last sharp only lasted 2 years..
#15
Just got the last one for £200 (display) and i'm adding the 5 year warranty for £20 - sorted :)
#16
chickenchit
None left in Maidstone - the bloke said he just sold the one on display :-( another bargain missed - great find - I shudda been quicker


Note: Some may be ex-display or ex-repair, please phone to check stock if you are making a special journey.
#17
Agharta
No doubt, the same old people moaning because every store doesn’t have at least 100 in stock. :roll:


problem is they list as in stock but when you turn up they have none at all,ignore the website and ring first to avoid wasted journey.
#18
just been and got the last one in the chester store. It is in grey/silver but looks great, fantastic price considering I was going to buy this at £250 anyway! Bargain and heat added!
#19
none in cardiff
#20
I wasnt moaning and I did ring first - just saying its a fantastic deal and would have definitely got one but I just werent quick enough as the last one on display just gone so disappointed missing out on a great deal - so HOT from me.
Got sky multiroom coming tomo so was searching out for a cheap 32 incher for the family room......keep up the good work you lot:thumbsup:
#21
Ugly tv but for 200, this hot
#22
fazer600
just been and got the last one in the chester store. It is in grey/silver but looks great, fantastic price considering I was going to buy this at £250 anyway! Bargain and heat added!


Ar$e! Was going to pay an early morning visit but you've now saved me the journey
#23
Hot deal
#24
Is this one or the bestbuy southampton opening tv better? I freeview, hdmi ports, most important 1080P/i etc.
#25
Yes it is - if you can get one!
#26
1 in my local store, will check if they will reserve it for me tomo morning.
#27
Matt.Wild
Yes it is - if you can get one!


which?
#28
JamalFatty
Ar$e! Was going to pay an early morning visit but you've now saved me the journey


It still may be worth a call in the morning since you can never 100% trust what the staff are telling you about stock - and they also have the display model there which you might be able to get reduced further....
#29
jamhops
which?


The bestbuy one is better, if you can get hold of one. But I love in Bristol and I can get this one, so i'm getting this
#30
for anyone wondering what it looks like...

http://www.smsnij.pl/images/a36cc78d.jpg
#31
Does anyone know if you can reserve this over the phone and pick up the same day?
#32
1,366 x 768 res, not hot. Seriously you need your head read if you buy a 720p tv in this age of cheap 1080p sets.
#33
Defiant306
1,366 x 768 res, not hot. Seriously you need your head read if you buy a 720p tv in this age of cheap 1080p sets.


what do you suggest instead?
#34
Defiant306
1,366 x 768 res, not hot. Seriously you need your head read if you buy a 720p tv in this age of cheap 1080p sets.


You're not going to notice any difference between the two resolutions on a 32" set. Also this is £100 cheaper than the cheapest 1080p 32" set currently available so comparing the two isn't really relevent.
banned#35
sonicfury
You're not going to notice any difference between the two resolutions on a 32" set. Also this is £100 cheaper than the cheapest 1080p 32" set currently available so comparing the two isn't really relevent.


If you don't notice a difference you are obviously blind or need glasses.
banned#36
Ugly TV! But good for the price. That said, 1080p sets are coming down and with freeview HD out nationwide in 2012 the price of "normal" freeview sets is likely to continue to fall.
#37
lumoruk
If you don't notice a difference you are obviously sitting more than two inches away from the screen.


Fixed.
#38
ignore the numptys on here great tv and price could even make a few quid at this price BARGAIN
#39
1080p on a 32" is not a must, you cannot see the difference from over 5 feet away, in fact anything up to a 42" and you will see no difference from a distance, your better off going for contrast (not dynamic either) then the step up from 720p to 1080p. for £199.00 this is in fact a veritable bargain...
#40
Ignore the people saying you need 1080p on a 32" set. They are the ones who would imagine a huge difference to convince themselves to spend aload more for little reward. Bargain price for a good tv.

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