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June 1, 2006

ViewSonic N3260W 32-inch HDTV Review

I've always been a fan of ViewSonic products, so I was interested to see a review of the ViewSonic N3260W 32-inch HDTV from CNET. Overall, the review is pretty positive and states:

In the lab, we adjusted the ViewSonic N3260W for optimum performance in a darkened room and compared it against a couple other LCDs we had on hand: the Samsung LN-S4051D and the Sharp LC-37D40U. The less expensive, 32-inch N3260W couldn't compete against the other two in terms of delivering deep blacks; the letterbox bars and shadows under the docked ship on the King Kong DVD, for example, appeared noticeably lighter than on the other two. We also saw significantly less detail in the ViewSonic's shadows; the face of the cabbie and the boxes along the dock were obscured by the darkness, while the other two sets appeared more detailed in these areas.

We were impressed, on the other hand, by the ViewSonic's relatively clean image. As the camera pans over the harbor during the ship's departure, the night sky looked smooth and relatively realistic, with natural transitions from lighter to darker areas and little of the noise or false contouring evinced by other sets we've seen.

Overall, the ViewSonic N3260W 32-inch HDTV sounds like a pretty decent TV and a steal for under $1000USD.

More at CNET.com

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Posted by William Hungerford at June 1, 2006 12:12 PM

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