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Sharp LC32AD5E Reviewed

Sharp LC32AD5EThe first thing that you notice when looking at the Sharp LC32AD5E is it’s price, at just £400, this seems remarkably cheap for a 32-inch LCD HDTV, and secondly, it doesn’t in the slightest look like a cheap / budget set. In fact the LC32AD5E looks right up there with sets that can cost you more than 2-3x as much. Read more

Sharp BD-HP20H Reviewed

Sharp BD-HP20HIt seems like a good time to buy a Blu-ray player, as they seem to have won the whole HD format war. Unfortunately the players don’t come cheap. Sharp has noticed these two things, and have released the BD-HP20H blu-ray player at a very competitive price. Read more

Samsung BD-P1400 Reviewed

Samsung BD-P1400Samsung was one of the first to release Blu-ray players in Europe, and now they seem to have perfected it with the release of their BD-P1400 blu-ray player. The Samsung BD-P1400 is their third generation blu-ray player, yes third, it’s crazy to think they are already on their third generation versions, while many people have yet to still buy any form of HD player. Read more

JVC LH905 Series | LT-47LH905, LT-42LH905, LT-37LH905

JVC LT47LH905It didn’t seem all that long ago that JVC was announcing their new LH805 series to the world. Now they have their brand new LH905 series of full HD 1080p LCD HDTVs. The JVC LH905 HDTV will be avaliable in three sizes, as the 37-inch LT-37LH905, 42-inch LT-42LH905 or as the largest 47-inch LT-47LH905. Read more

Best HDTVs for Super Bowl

Apparently the CEA are estimating that the Super Bowl will push purchases of roughly 2.4 million HDTV sets, and other surveys expect as much as 3.9 million. CEA’s “Sports & Technology” survey was conducted in conjunction with the Sports Video Group.

Everyone wants to watch the Super Bowl in the very best way that they can, and that means on a HDTV! Many people are expected to rush out and buy a HDTV for this viewing experience. Read more

Philips 47PFL9732D Reviewed

philips 47pfl9732dThe Philips 47PFL9732D is well priced for it’s large 46-inch LCD screen. It is in fact Philip’s best priced model which features 120Hz high frame rate processing engine and the impressive Perfect Pixel HD image processing and enhancement engine. These two feature alone can vastly enhance the picture quality of both standard and high definition feeds. Read more

LG 42LT75 Reviewed

LG 42LT75The LG 42LT75 brings something different to the table than many of the other HDTVs out there. The 42LT75 is one of the first to feature “Freeview Playback” which enables you to record digital and analog TV to a 160GB hard disc for upto 60 hours of recording and then watch it back later, very much like the impressive Sky+ feature. Is this just a gimic or a truly functional and useful feature? Read more

Sharp Aquos D Series | LC-20D30, LC-26D30, LC-32D30

Sharp Aquos D SeriesSharp have just announced two new Aquos Series in the form of Aquos X & E, now they have announced a huge 13 models in their new Aquos D Series. Five differently sized screens are avaliable in up to five different colors, giving users the choice of color to best match the room styling. Read more

Sharp Aquos E Series | LC-52EX5, LC-46EX5, LC-42EX5, LC-37EX5

Aquos E SeriesSharp are currently rolling out three new LCD HDTV announcements for models set for release shortly in Japan. We hope to these these around the world very soon after that. Sharp just announced the Aquos X Series, and take the title for the world thinnest LCD HDTV. This time around, the Sharp Aquos E Series brings four new models to the market. Read more

Sharp Aquos X Series | LC-46XJ1-B, LC-42XJ1-B, LC-37XJ1-B

Sharp Aquos XThe theme of this years HDTVs seem to be “thin”, who can make the worlds thinest HDTV. Well Sharp believe they are the current winner with their new Sharp Aquos X Series of LCD HDTVs. They will be available in Japan in early March, and we hope they will make they way over shores a few months after that. Read more

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