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Sharp LC-32D43U Reviewed

LC-32D43UAs mentioned in our previous post about the Sharp LC-32D43U, the LC-32D43U competes highly against other 32-inch models, and is Samsung’s highest specification packed 32-inch model despite no featuring 1080p native resolution. The stylish Sharp LC-32D43U supports 720p / 1080i HD formats with a resolution of 1366 x 768 pixels, with a dynamic contrast ratio of 6000:1 and a response time of 6 ms. The Sharp Aquos LC32D43U scored very well in the test, exhibiting deep blacks, uniformity, and more accurate color than we have seen in the past. Cnet say in their review of the LC-32D43U, on the top right side houses a pair of HDMI inputs, a VGA PC input, an RF-style coaxial input for antenna or cable, and an optical digital audio output for surround signals from the ATSC tuner. The bay on the back boasts two component-video inputs, and an AV input with composite and S-Video.

All things considered, the Sharp LC-32D43U outperformed most of the low-buck LCDs we’ve tested and was competitive with the well-reviewed Samsung LN-T3253H in most areas of picture quality. It evinced relatively deep black levels and more accurate color than many Sharp TVs we’ve tested.