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Sharp LC32P50E 32" LCD TV - Your opinion ?

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Hello all,

This Christmas, I have decided to take the plunge and invest in a new TV .

The TV I was considering heavily is the Sharp LC32P50E 32" - since I know quite little about selecting a new TV, I was just wondering if you guys would be kind enough to give me your thoughts on this one.

It would be mostly used for watching football matches on Sky, watching DVDs and occasionally I was hoping to use it with my Xbox 360 also! Do you think it would be suitable ?

I would also like to know if anyone could tell me what is meant by "HD Compatible through component inputs " ?

[I would put a link with the specs of this TV, but it seems that is reserved for members with 5 or more posts)

Here is what a certain online retailer quotes anyway :

32" Pal Panel

Resolution 960x540x3 dots,Brightness 450cd/m²

Contrast 800:1

Viewing Angles H:170° V:170°

Integrated PAL/SECAM Tuner with AutoTune

Connectivity: RF Aerial In

HDMI - High Definition Multimedia Interface

21 pin EuroScart (RGB, Composite, AV Input/Output), 21 pin EuroScart (S-Video, Composite), S-Video, Composite), RCA pin (Component)

D-sub 15 pin, Audio Input - 3.5mm Jack

Nicam/A2 Stereo

Built-in Teletext/Fastext Circuit (TOP/FLOF)

13 Language OSD (English, German, French, Italian, Spanish, Swedish, Russian, Dutch, Greek, Finnish, Polish, Turkish, Portuguese)

Speakers (2x10W)

Sleep Timer

Dimensions: With Stand 1084W x 802H x 307D (mm), Without Stand 1084W x 645H x 87D (mm)

Weight 22.4Kg (Display Only), 31Kg (Display & Stand)

Power consumption: 220-240v AC Mains: 162w, (standby 0.95w).
Thanks a lot !

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I'm not asking for a full review or anything, just in case you guys are apprehensive to reply.

I am just hoping for some confirmation that I am not overlooking anything important please?

Thanks very much :)

Make sure you check the response rate on that LCD. It should be less than 16ms otherwise you might experience some "ghosting"
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