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I think in TV reviews should mention something about response times and how well it preforms while playing video games, some HD TV's are not very good in this area.
Is the LC32E700E model, which has 100Hz motion processing compared with this one's 50Hz, worth £160 more (today's internet prices)?
I find it odd that you find fault with the viewing angle of this set as it easily trounces most offerings from samsung and sony in this regard; it's on a par with the IPS panels. To clarify, I am currently looking at a bank of 32" TVs, off axis, and this set is a standout performer. As I sell TVs for a living I'm in a pretty good position to judge!
I purchased a sharp 32 inch led backlit TV. After 5 days it broke down. The Sharp repair man could not repair it. He said it was the LED panel. They did not have one He told us to phone Sharp 4 days later and by that time they would have decided what to do. When we did this they were very off hand and still had no solution or prospect of a solution. Therefore we decided to return the TV. They would not take it back because they said Sharp had a 7 day returns policy. This is still ongoing but as of now we have rejected the TV sisnce they cannot repair it and have not chosento replace it. Be warned
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