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Sharp aquos 42 inch TV - £499 + Free delivery @ BargainCrazy !
Sharp aquos 42 inch TV - £499 +  Free delivery @ BargainCrazy !

Sharp aquos 42 inch TV - £499 + Free delivery @ BargainCrazy !

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Seems like a good price for a nice TV

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Might be shot down but seems like a pretty good deal to me.

Also the 32 inch for 249.00!

Sharp 42" Full HD Ready Freeview LCD TV
Model no: LC42XD10E
Full HD resolution : 1920 x 1080
Contrast ratio : 800:1
Brightness: 450cd/m2
Integrated Freeview tuner
Advanced super view and black TFT LCD panel
Tilt & Swivel stand
Progressive Scan
PC Input
2 x SCART sockets
2 x HDMI sockets
Dimensions: Height 31", Width 40.5", Depth 12"

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Price & retailers name to be included in the title, thanks

+ £19.95 delivery charge !

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Sorry, just getting round to editing to add that and adding the image.

Cheers

I've got the 46in version and can say this is a superb TV.

I remember the good old days when I paid £2500 for a 42 inch TV. ;-))

Can't find the 32", probably sold out at that price!

i`ve been watchin there electricals due to my other post hotukdeals.com/ite…rin but there has not been a 32" for £249

800:1 contrast ratio? i didnt release it was 2005/2006

my only hangup is the 800:1 contrast ratio, 'seemingly' spartain by recent standards ;-)

Can somebody who has this tv confirm if the av inputs are located on the right side of the screen as you look at it?

chester123;6494871

Can somebody who has this tv confirm if the av inputs are located on the … Can somebody who has this tv confirm if the av inputs are located on the right side of the screen as you look at it?



i'm pretty sure it is mate, i've seen a very similar model and scarts etc were on the side

also the model i saw had no component connections

huggychair;6494546

my only hangup is the 800:1 contrast ratio, 'seemingly' spartain by … my only hangup is the 800:1 contrast ratio, 'seemingly' spartain by recent standards ;-)



Most modern TV with much higher contrast ratios get them by cheating - i.e. using dynamic backlights, so you can't get the deepest black and brightest white on screen at the same time.

Not only that, but every manufacturer measures contrast ratios differently. Some do it in a totally blackened room to get the black level as low as possible, others do it in a realistically lit living room.


Basically, the contrast ratio number is utterly meaningless. I wouldn't worry about it much.

I have this very TV. The Sharp LC42XD1E.

Bought it just over 2 years ago and no regrets so far.

All the connections, including the scarts, are on the right hand side of the TV.

I would highly recommend it at this price.

chester123;6494871

Can somebody who has this tv confirm if the av inputs are located on the … Can somebody who has this tv confirm if the av inputs are located on the right side of the screen as you look at it?




I have this TV and they are mate.

Would recommend a Sharp TV, I have a 32BX myself. Only problem is that the sound is very treble focused no matter how you play with it, does mean that it's fairly crisp though.

stezo2k;6494915

i'm pretty sure it is mate, i've seen a very similar model and scarts etc … i'm pretty sure it is mate, i've seen a very similar model and scarts etc were on the sidealso the model i saw had no component connections



they have through a dongle vga > component I have the even older version of this 42"" where the contrast and viewing angle is superior to everything else that just pulls figures from the top of its head like 50,0000:1 which is 400 in real numbers ( I can do it too)

Brilliant TV I have had mine for 3 years and paid over £1200 for it. I would recommend to anyone, and at this price you'd be silly not to get one

I have the 46" Version and its awesome. Sharp lcd panels have had issues with back light bleed but if you get a good one you will be fine. Hot :thumbsup:

Sharp have not been getting good reviews for their LCD TV. I would personally spend my money elsewhere, could pick up a 40" Samsung/Toshiba for that money.

I have the 42 inch tv and it was voted best tv by what tv when it first came out. Sharp make all their own components too and for this price it is a steal

great tv,bought mine 2 years ago from jl for 800.00 but got a 5 year warranty with them,that was the deal clincher.

Full HD Ready - :? - don't understand. Its either 'Full HD' or 'HD Ready' Is this a typo on the site? the res suggests full hd

spaceinvader;6499475

Full HD Ready - :? - don't understand. Its either 'Full HD' or 'HD Ready' … Full HD Ready - :? - don't understand. Its either 'Full HD' or 'HD Ready' Is this a typo on the site? the res suggests full hd



LC42XD10E Manual tradenet.sharp.co.uk/tec…075


foixt pdf free reader dw.com.com/red…442

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