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March 20, 2009, 2:52 pm

Personally I think that you are not harsh enough!

To my mind, it is time that we stopped making excuses for flawed technology.

It is my belief that motion blur is unacceptable. Full stop.

Years ago, when technology was not so advanced, a TV would have been rejected for such a major flaw - given 0 out of 10.

And rightly so!

Also, over the years, the standard of sound reproduction seems to have dropped for some reason.

It is often flawed, as with the current model under review.

It is rare indeed to find a set getting top marks in both picture and sound.

Often one of these aspects is found wanting, more often the sound.

Finally, I have to say that, in general, I find the reviews on this site to be of a very high standard.

They are among the best around.

They are very much in depth reviews, which consumers need.

They might be a little bit generous on the markings at times, but that is just my view.

I honestly don't believe that a TV suffering motion blur should get an overall 8 or 9 out of ten - or anything like it.

Well done, in the present review, on making the point about the amount of paper needed to produce the instruction manual.

Sometimes you have to wonder how sincere manufacturer's are about their commitment to the environment.

Keep up the good work.

I always enjoy reading the reviews, and I appreciate the amount of work and research that goes into them.

Jamie 3

April 9, 2009, 10:24 pm

Dear John Archer/Trusted Review Team,

I just want the echo the above sentiments of &#8216Techno22&#8217.

I applaud your great attention to detail and please keep up the good work.

I wanted some advice regarding the above TV Sharp Aquos LC46DH77 LCD HD or Sony Bravia KDL46V4000 LCD both are priced the same and don&#8217t know which one to purchase.

Please see link below:

Look forward to your post

Many thanks


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