32-inch Sharp LC-32D47UT LCD HDTV reviewed
Most home theater fanatics probably aren't all that interested in a 32-inch HDTV. Not only is the picture resolution, etc. less obviously better or worse on smaller screens, but bigger just tends to be plain ol' better. If you happen to be looking for something smaller, however, whether it be for a bedroom or other secondary viewing area, CNET says the 32-inch Sharp LC-32D47UT should be a possibility on your shopping list. Why? Not because of an extraordinary picture quality. In fact, compared to most entry-level LCD HDTVs, the D47UT could probably use some spicing up. But three HDMI inputs, two component video, and a PC input provide plenty of connectivity, and the black levels and energy efficiency are both worth mentioning as well. Plus, with a price tag of $390 you can't really complain about the dollars you're shelling out either.
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Posted by Justin Davey at December 5, 2009 3:15 PM