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post #181 of 2392 Old 04-20-2006, 10:46 AM
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The LC32D50 is still set for late May, early June. There is another drop in model as well with the LC32D41. It will be available at the same price as the D40 but with one less component in and DVI-I instead. The look of the D50 is different as well, looking like the older D6U with bottom speaker (non-removable but it looks like it would) and in titanium finish. I'll see if I can dig out some more differences.

Thanks for looking into this, Mike. I did find that abt has posted a Sharp PDF about just the D90U/D50U series (google "32D50U"; got my 32D40U manual there long before they appeared in stores too) which indicates the following differences between the 32D50U and the 32D40U:

Digital inputs:
32D50U: 2 HDMI, 1 DVI-I, 1 RS-232, 2 firewire
32D40U: 2 HDMI
32D41U: 1 HDMI, 1 DVI-I (from what I understand on these fora)

Color temperatures:
32D50U: 13000k, 9500k, 8000k, 6500k, 5000k (btw, a nerdy sidenote: there should be no little circle before K as there is in the PDF, one does not say "degrees Kelvin" like one does with "degrees Celcius"; it's "kelvins" with a small k)
32D40U: only 3, but I'm not sure which temps
32D41U: same as D40U

"Multipixel technology"
32D50U: yes
32D40U: no
32D41U: no

Does that sound right? Any other differences (other than cosmetic)?

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I have decided that the 37 inch LC-37D90U is one of the best choices out there for my space. I plan to order one later this year. Other than waiting for SED or some other new LED tech this seems to be one of the best choices out there at the moment.

Does anyone feel its all hype and not worth the extra $$ to get 6ms grey-to-gray and the added dynamic backlight to achieve 1200 to 1 contrast?

I think it may be worth the wait.

Any thoughts.


[Update] Was planning but the 40 1080p Samsung ended up being my choice.
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Sharp has not delivered the 37SH20U yet. I think it is this month. The LCD screen in that model is the same LCD screen as last year's LC37D4/6. It looks pretty good both PQ and styling. (IMO)

I saw this TV on display at my local Curcuit City last week. I love the way the frame looks. Too bad it's not as good as the 37D40U spec-wise.
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Hi Gene....it does not add more reds just improves the red clarity. For instance in one of the slides from the factory, they show red wine. Without the extra wavelength the red is not a true color but somewhat faded. With the 4th wavelength, it is a true crimson.

The LC32D50 is still set for late May, early June. There is another drop in model as well with the LC32D41. It will be available at the same price as the D40 but with one less component in and DVI-I instead. The look of the D50 is different as well, looking like the older D6U with bottom speaker (non-removable but it looks like it would) and in titanium finish. I'll see if I can dig out some more differences.


Since it comes with a DVI port instead of a HDMI, would that mean that it would officially support PC hookups? The reason I ask this, is that I called Sharp earlier and asked why the sides were cut off using my DVI to HDMI @ 1366x768- she flatly stated that they don't support PCs.
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To me, DVI says HTPC. Why else would it be included? Most all other devices are HDMI now.
There is no 26" 50 series, correct?

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Hi,

I've been watching the posts for a a few weeks now trying to decide if I should return my LC37DB5U which came with a free 20" Aquos for the 40 or upcoming 90 series versions of the 37". Lots of good information here..thanks! Still haven't come to any decision though. Anyways...I recieved an email this morning from MIT Tech Review about new Sharps in Japan. I don't think it's been posted as I've read pretty much every post over the last two months. I appologize if it has been posted already. I just thought it was intersting. Probably won't see these over here (Canada) for a while.

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By Associated Press

TOKYO (AP) --Sharp is fusing the personal computer with the digital TV in its latest flat panel television lineup that allows people to browse the Internet, watch high-definition broadcasts and store digital photos and music downloads.

The setup for Sharp Corp.'s Internet Aquos, shown to reporters Thursday, looks like a PC with a huge living-room style TV panel, and also comes with both a keyboard and a remote control device.

The product, which goes on sale late May only in Japan, sells for 550,000 yen (US$4,700; euro3,800) for the top model with a 37-inch panel and a recorder for high-definition digital broadcast.

Osaka-based Sharp, a major Japanese manufacturer of liquid crystal display TVs, is targeting sales of 300,000 this year with the Internet Aquos, including three other cheaper models. Two models can record only analog although all models show high-definition broadcasts.
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I have decided that the 37 inch LC-37D90U is one of the best choices out there for my space. I plan to order one later this year. Other than waiting for SED or some other new LED tech this seems to be one of the best choices out there at the moment.

Does anyone feel its all hype and not worth the extra $$ to get 6ms grey-to-gray and the added dynamic backlight to achieve 1200 to 1 contrast?

I think it may be worth the wait.

Any thoughts.

IMO its worth the wait. Sharp can make great tv's and to buy a higher end model is without question worth the extra money. And if your on the fence between current models and the d90 series save the extra money I believe you'll be glad you waited.

These are just my opinions.
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To me, DVI says HTPC. Why else would it be included? Most all other devices are HDMI now.
There is no 26" 50 series, correct?

On my Sharp - the HDMI input can only produce sound directly from HDMI. The DVI can use a separate analog or digital sound feed. In some cases (including mine) - that is an advantage.
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As like you guys I plan on getting a new tv . But im trying to decided between the list below . But from I hear there all good . Can u guys spread some light .

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Since it comes with a DVI port instead of a HDMI, would that mean that it would officially support PC hookups? The reason I ask this, is that I called Sharp earlier and asked why the sides were cut off using my DVI to HDMI @ 1366x768- she flatly stated that they don't support PCs.

I didn't say it came with DVI-I instread of HDMI. I said it loses one component input. It still has HDMI. Since I have not seen the unit I can't answer your question. The PC is unsupported with the D40.

I know that you believe you understand what you think I said, but I am not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant.
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On my Sharp - the HDMI input can only produce sound directly from HDMI. The DVI can use a separate analog or digital sound feed. In some cases (including mine) - that is an advantage.

Audio can be split but it is a menu selected item in both the source and the LCD screen.

I know that you believe you understand what you think I said, but I am not sure you realize that what you heard is not what I meant.
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Dig,

Who said anything about 3-red wavelengths? There was nothing about it in the quote you used.

Earlier we talked about the 57" Aquos, and I quoted R11's stuff about red LEDs. The 5-wavelength system is supposed to be proprietary, so I don't know how it works at all. For example, I don't know if it actually uses LEDs or not.

Frankly, if it uses some sort of coating (green, in this case) on a flourescent tube, I don't know why Sharp didn't just go for the 5-wavelength system all at once --- planned obsolescence?

Do you have a technical source of information about the 5-wavelength system?

Here's a link to some information about the kind of phosphors used in LCD cold cathode fluorescent lamp backlights:

http://www.m-kagaku.co.jp/english/mo...ny/200511.html

I don't know whether Sharp uses phosphors from Kasei Optonix, or not. They most certainly are not including LED backlights in any of these models, however. As previously noted, the Sharp LC-57D90U adds crimson and dark green phosphors to the conventional red, green and blue mix for a more life-like color gamut. It is interesting to note that under natural lighting conditions these phosphors look like white powder. It's only when exposed to ultraviolet light that they emit their respective colors.
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supraman x; that Sammy is last years model. 3251 is this years.
Don't know about the LG, but I would add Panny to the list.

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IMO its worth the wait. Sharp can make great tv's and to buy a higher end model is without question worth the extra money. And if your on the fence between current models and the d90 series save the extra money I believe you'll be glad you waited.

oldcband is right! If your considering a Sharp LCD then I would wait till the D90U's come out before buying. The D90U models will be better in every way over the current D40U models.

Personaly I find that the best time to buy is the last quartur of the year, that's when most maunfactures release their last and BEST models of the year.

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I am in the market for a 45" LCD and am very interested in the D90U series. However, I keep getting conflicting information on the availability of the 45". Can anyone shed some light on this
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I am in the market for a 45" LCD and am very interested in the D90U series. However, I keep getting conflicting information on the availability of the 45". Can anyone shed some light on this



Sharp has cancelled the 45D90u. The next large 1080p LCD from Sharp won't come out until Sept/Oct.
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S41 sammy is "this" years lower cost model of the S51. It has slightly lower "contrast" rating, a fixed stand, and slightly different shape (speakers on side, as opposed to bottom/hidden). It has a lot of the features of the S51, including 2 HDMI, optimized game mode, 8ms pixel response, PIP, etc. A good value, and it's definitely worth a look.
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Any release date for the LC37d90U yet?
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Sharp has cancelled the 45D90u. The next large 1080p LCD from Sharp won't come out until Sept/Oct.


Thanks ned215...I spoke to a sharp representative today on the phone and they said it was still in the system to ship to US in late May or early June. I really want the 45 D90U and am willing to wait until June.
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Any release date for the LC37d90U yet?

I hear different thingsbut in Los Angeles I think it's going to be second half of May. I know it's not in the Best Buy system yet...so we shall see.

I also eagerly anticipate the 37D90U. I was originally super excited about the 45D90U but when I heard mixed info about the release...or limited release; I thought about it more and decided on the 37D90U. I was thinking about it...as such. I figure that in about a couple years or so I will be making enough money to build my own home theatre...At that time I will retire the 37 into the bedroom. I think the size at that point will be perfect. That's just my little rationalization.

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Thanks ned215...I spoke to a sharp representative today on the phone and they said it was still in the system to ship to US in late May or early June. I really want the 45 D90U and am willing to wait until June.

You can read the reason why the 45d90U was cancelled in this thread. See the post by Mike53, about 1/4 of the way down the page.
http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showthread.php?t=661651
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The 40U that replaced the D7U, other than response time, what other PQ differences are there?

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The 40U that replaced the D7U, other than response time, what other PQ differences are there?

Its hard to keep track with these Sharps tv's, but I believe the 40u replaced the d6u. The d7u (bottom speaker) (d5u side speakers) both were spring 2005 models and the d6u and d4u were fall 2005 models. D6u was a 12ms response and the d7u was a 16ms response time. IMO if you can still find a d7u at a good price you can't go wrong to pick one up, a really good tv. Better than the new stuff IMO. D5U and D7u had dvi and cms color adjustment, tvgos and cablecard. Also I don't know if the new ones have 5.1 audio output to a AVR? Maybe someone can list more options the older models have over the new. The only feature gain with the new models is lower response times, but I don't see the older models had any problems in this area.

These are just my opinions.
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Its hard to keep track with these Sharps tv's, but I believe the 40u replaced the d6u. The d7u (bottom speaker) (d5u side speakers) both were spring 2005 models and the d6u and d4u were fall 2005 models. D6u was a 12ms response and the d7u was a 16ms response time. IMO if you can still find a d7u at a good price you can't go wrong to pick one up, a really good tv. Better than the new stuff IMO. D5U and D7u had dvi and cms color adjustment, tvgos and cablecard. Also I don't know if the new ones have 5.1 audio output to a AVR? Maybe someone can list more options the older models have over the new. The only feature gain with the new models is lower response times, but I don't see the older models had any problems in this area.

I agree with you I have the D7U and I like it alot, when my plasma got here I sold the sony xbr40" and kept the sharp, I also have the 32"hp wich is a sharp
with same specs, I am not impressed at all with the new stuff sharp has out.
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Their model number convention is terrible. Why would the 6U be newer than the 7U?

I wonder what I found out about the digital tuner in the 40U holds true for the 6U (ability of direct digital channel input w/o a scan)? Anyone have a 6U could confirm this; enter a digital channel (say 43.1) and see if it accepts that number (assuming it wasn't in the scan).

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Their model number convention is terrible. Why would the 6U be newer than the 7U?

I wonder what I found out about the digital tuner in the 40U holds true for the 6U (ability of direct digital channel input w/o a scan)? Anyone have a 6U could confirm this; enter a digital channel (say 43.1) and see if it accepts that number (assuming it wasn't in the scan).

Well....the 6 series had less features than the 7 series...
The D40U series replaces the D4 series. There are no longer any side speaker units in 16X9. The D50 and D90 replace the D6 series. Clear as mud? 2006 brought a new modeling sequence.

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Mike53....I'm just beginning my search for an LCD tv and was really hoping that the Aquos LC-45D90U was going to be arriving soon....but now it seems I will be waiting until October. You mentioned in one of your earlier posts that we would like this version of the 45 inch Aquos even more than the one scheduled to be released in May.

Any chance that the features of the new 57 inch Aquos such the 1,500 to 1 contract, the 4 ms refresh rate and the 5 backlight system will be incorporated into the 45 inch Aquos due out in October.

Thank you for all the information you've posted here previously....It REALLY helps.
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When does the 32d90u come out . Oct to or what
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Well....the 6 series had less features than the 7 series...
The D40U series replaces the D4 series. There are no longer any side speaker units in 16X9. The D50 and D90 replace the D6 series. Clear as mud? 2006 brought a new modeling sequence.

The (Fall) 6 series had 2 less features than the (Spring) 7 series, the TVGOS which used more power and made your set run hotter, and the Color Mang. System. but the 6 series gained a better panel with faster response times, and a new color with removeable bottom mounted speakers.

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Thanks Mike. Refresh me, what was the difference between the 6 and the 4 series?

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