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LCD TV Reviews


The popularity of LCD televisions is growing in the market with each passing day. There are a plethora of LCD televisions to choose from. Here are five LCD televisions that cater to all types of consumers, from the lay individual to the high-definition purist. Sharp Aquos LC-45GD4U, a 45-inch LCD HDTV, is one of the select few televisions with a 1920 x 1080 resolution. In other words, this is a television aficionado's delight, in that it displays the minutest detail of high-definition television. For the lay viewer, however, the difference can be minimal. Sharp Aquos LC-45GD4U is perhaps the cheapest HDTV on the market. It is priced around $4700. It is generally agreed that Sharp manufactures the best LCD televisions. Sharp Aquos LC-37GD4U, a 37-inch LCD HDTV is more or less similar to the Sharp Aquos LC-45GD4U, but possesses a slightly lower resolution. Sharp Aquos LC-37GD4U has detachable speakers and light sensors capable of adjusting brightness based on lighting conditions. These two Sharp products are among the very best LCD televisions in the market. Sharp Aquos LC-37GD4U is priced around $3000.

Sharp Aquos LC-32G4U is less expensive than its bigger cousins, but it is generally considered a good buy. However, experts believe that the "black levels" and the quality of image are inferior to that of the other two Sharp products. This 1366 x 768 resolution television comes with an inbuilt analog tuner. Priced at $1800, Sharp Aquos LC-32G4U is a user-friendly model.

Syntax Olevia LT30HV is normally considered pedestrian by other LCD televisions standards. However, it seems to be a great budget pick. With a 1280 x 720 resolution, this television has a bright screen with good color. In comparison to the Sharp Aquos televisions, it has mediocre "black levels." However, it is distinctly better than other LCD televisions of the same price. Syntax Olevia LT30HV comes for about $1000 in the market.

Sony MFM-HT75W, Widescreen LCD monitor with TV tuner, comes with a 17" screen and a 1280 x 768 resolution. It is one of the best products when it comes to the quality of image and color fidelity. It is the ideal choice for photography and graphics. The images look sharp and crisp, though experts opine that it has the propensity to throw back ambient light. It may not be the best suited for a bright place. Sony MFM-HT75W has an analog tuner, so it is possible to watch television with a cable input. Also, it works perfectly well with Macintosh computers. It is priced in the market at about $570.

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