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Hi,


Thank you everyone for your comments on this board. by far the best resource.


I am planning on buying a 32" tv very shortly. I am thinking either the lc-32d50u or the lc-32d42u. does anyone know which one is a better buy (assuming they are the same price)? what is the difference between them, besides the style? which one shows a better picture, and etc?


thanks in advance.
 

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also, how does these two compare with the new 32d43u?

Here's a link to the 2007 Brochure on a file sharing site I uploaded to: Click the word Download in the upper left side of the page for 28 page PDF.

http://media4.filewind.com/g.php?filepath=3205


If you are patient and you video game this announcement should provide one of the best 32" panels a step above:


AQUOS HDTV Game Players Series (models LC37GP1U, LC32GP1U)


Sharp has introduced a new Full HD 1080p AQUOS series crafted specifically for video game enthusiasts, the GP1U series, available in 32 and 37inch screen sizes. These new models include special features that enhance the gameplaying experience, including a "game mode" which optimizes the picture quality for gameplaying, and a customdesigned remote control that allows the user to quickly "jump" into the game mode, and access the sideplaced terminals for easy connections to video games. The game mode provides a newly developed "Vyper Drive" feature, which reduces lag time between the game console and the TV to be virtually imperceptible. The 32inch panel boasts an incredible 10,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio, and the 37inch an 8500:1, for deep blacks and crisp picture quality; enhanced Fine Motion video circuitry for faster pixel response time of 6ms; and wide viewing angles of 176 degrees, so users can view the television from virtually anywhere in the room. They also include Sharp's proprietary 4wavelength backlight system that provides a wider color spectrum to achieve deeper, more vivid reds than was previously possible. Additionally, both of the GP1U models include three HDMI(TM) inputs (with one on the side) as well as two HD component terminals (one on the side), all of which are compatible with 1080p signals from the latest video game devices. Both units in the series feature Full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) resolution and 10Wx2 audio for an unparalleled highdefinition viewing and listening experience. These models are available in a piano black finish with detachable bottom speakers and include a detachable table stand. The LC32GP1U and LC37GP1U will be available in March for MSRPs of $1,699.99 and $1,999.99 respectively.
 

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I might be interested at some point, assuming Sharp actually makes this set and doesn't sub it out like they did with the Aquos (LC32D4OU) I just traded in for a Samsung.


The Samsung (3251D) bests the D40U in every category save for one: Inputs. Because Samsung only included one component in, now I have to use a switch or an A/V receiver to hook up multiple consoles - not cool. This line sounds like a gamer's TV, which is a good thing and can save people like me hundreds of dollars.


Still, it'll take stellar reviews and consumer feedback before I EVER consider a Sharp set again, considering the nightmare I went through with the D4OU.
 
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