Sharp LC32D44SE (32" Widescreen LCD TV - HD Ready - Freeview - With at home warranty) £329.95 @ RicherSounds - HotUKDeals
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32" Widescreen LCD TV - HD Ready - Freeview - With at home warranty
A maximum contrast ratio of 10,000:1 is a stunning result and guarantees deep blacks and an incredible sense of realism. A response time of 6ms is better than the class average 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 LC32D44SE one of the best LCD TVs for PC and gaming use.

Other standard inputs on this 32" Sharp LCD flat screen TV include 2 HDMI sockets, twin SCART sockets, component and S-Video. Whether you're using digital or analogue, the LC32-D44SE has all the bases covered.

The LC32D44SE is another Sharp LCD with Freeview built-in. Thanks to the CI slot you can also take advantage of digital pay services such as the popular Setanta Sport.

Finished in a unique gunmetal grey, the LC32D44SE truly stands out form the crowd. For the all-inclusive 32" LCD, Sharp's LC32D44SE has got the lot.
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Does anyone know how this compares to the Sony 32v4000?
How does this compare to the Samsung LE32A457 available for the same price at Richer Sounds?
How does this compare to the Samsung LE32A457 available for the same price at Richer Sounds?

You can compare the features of the two models on the Richer Sounds website, but one thing which does seem odd to me is that while the Brightness of the Sharp is shown as 6 cd/m squared, the equivalent figure for the Samsung is a much higher 550... that can't be right surely?

Also the Response time for the Sharp is shown as 450 milliseconds, while the Samsung is quoted at just 8 milliseconds.

If these two sets of figures are actually directly comparable, it gives the impression that the Samsung is vastly superior in these two areas, but they do seem very different for two similar looking models.
I have read a few reviews of both online and think the Sharp has more positive reviews overall.
I phoned my local Richer Sounds and asked for a bit of advice.

The guy rated the LG G3000 above both of the above. They are selling it at £350.

I've had a look at a few reviews and it does seem nice.

I'm after one for my son, which will mainly be used for gaming with the Xbox 360, and I read a lot about the Samsung suffering from smearing with fast moving images.

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