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    1. Sharp LC-32GA5U 32" AQUOS Widescreen
    $899.84 $854.84 list($1,199.99)
    2. Sharp AQUOS LC-20B6U-S 20" HD-Ready
    Too low to display list($2,199.99)
    3. Sharp LC-26GA5U 26" AQUOS Widescreen
    Too low to display list($1,799.99)
    4. Sharp LC-15L1US 15" AQUOS LCD
    $1,418.89 list($2,099.99)
    5. Toshiba 23HLV84 23" HD-Ready Flat-Panel
    Too low to display list($8,499.99)
    6. Sharp LC-45GD4U 45" AQUOS Flat-Panel
    Too low to display $2,013.99 list($3,499.99)
    7. Sharp LC-32D5U 32" LCD TV
    Too low to display list($2,999.99)
    8. Sharp LC-26GD4U 26" AQUOS Flat-Panel
    $92.85 list($119.99)
    9. Sharp Electronics PW-E550 Electronic
    Too low to display $399.98 list($549.99)
    10. Sharp LC-13S1US 13" AQUOS Flat
    $479.99 list($599.99)
    11. Sharp LC-15S1U-S 15 AQUOS Flat-Panel
    $916.99 $886.93 list()
    12. Sharp Notevision PG-B10S Video
    $399.99 $322.95 list($449.99)
    13. Sharp R-930Ak 1.5 Cubic Foot 900
    $456.95 list($699.99)
    14. Sharp R-1874 1.1-Cubic-Foot 850-Watt
    Too low to display $1,699.00 list($2,599.99)
    15. Sharp LC-26D7U 26" AQUOS Liquid-Crystal
    Too low to display $750.05 list($999.99)
    16. Sharp LC-20S1US 20" AQUOS Flat-Panel
    Too low to display list($549.99)
    17. Sharp LC-13S1UB 13" AQUOS Flat-Panel
    $382.84 list($499.99)
    18. Sharp AL-1631 Digital Laser Copier
    $249.99 list($299.99)
    19. Sharp R-530ES 2-Cubic-Foot 1200-Watt
    Too low to display $769.99 list($999.99)
    20. Sharp LC-20S1UB 20" AQUOS Flat-Panel

    1. Sharp LC-32GA5U 32" AQUOS Widescreen Flat-Panel LCD TV
    list price: $2,999.99
    our price: Too low to display
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00070QQ7E
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sharp
    Sales Rank: 3114
    Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Sharp’s LC-32GA5U AQUOS™ is a state-of-the-art 32" widescreen1 LC-TV that can easily enhance the decor of any family room, living room or den. With a 16:9 aspect ratio, HDTV-compatible resolution of 1366 x 768 and breathtaking color purity, it is a next-generation TV to carry you into the high-definition future. The LC-32GA5U utilizes Sharp’s proprietary Advanced Super View/Black TFT Panel, which provides levels of high brightness (450 cd/m2), an 800:1 contrast ratio, and wide viewing angles (170º H x 170º V). Additionally, the LC-32GA5U is an HDTV Monitor, which means it is compatible with 720p signals from HDTV sources (separate DTV decoder required).The LC-32GA5U features an elegant new design. In addition, the included table stand can be easily removed for wall mounting applications. ... Read more

    Features

    • Wide viewing angles (170 degrees horizontal/vertical) and high brightness (450 cd/m2) allow placement near windows
    • 10 watts per channel stereo sound, selectable color temperature
    • Sharp TFT Advanced Super View widescreen LCD TV with WXGA 1,366 x 768 pixel resolution; 38.6 x 18.9 x 4.3 inches (W x H x D) without stand
    • 2 digital-video inputs (1 DVI-I/PC, 1 HDMI), 2 HD component-video inputs
    • Ultra-high 800:1 contrast radio, ultra-fast response time (less than 16 ms)

    Reviews (3)

    2-0 out of 5 stars ..Warranty is not too sharp.
    After purchase though the net, the unit arrived safely and without damage. It was carefully and properly set up and wouldn't work. The image disappeared, audio remained. This is quite frustratingand I don't think it is unreasonable to expect a 3000$ purchase from a well-known manufacturer to work out of the box.

    Warranty requirements state that the defective unit must be sent to Sharp not the retailer. This would have cost me another
    200$. I was able to take the whole unit to a Sharp-authorized repair shop who diagnosed the problem as a "bad" board that needed replacing. However, I was told I would be responsable for payment for the new board andtheir time - about 900$ total - and I could take up the warranty with Sharp myself.That was two months ago and I am still waiting. I am told that it is back ordered by Sharp Japan.

    All in all, the warranty policies are clumsey, expensive to the consumer and there are no parts in the event of a failure. Who wants that?

    If I ever get it going, I'll report again.

    3-0 out of 5 stars Defective Sound
    The LC-32GA5U is a stripped down version of the Sharp 32" line of LCDs with non-swiveling base, non-detachable speakers and non-digitally processed sound (more expensive AQUOS models have these features).SDTV display is very average and doesn't seem to be deinterlaced/up-converted.DVD 480p displays were very good though; I didn't get a chance to hook up to HDTV 720p. My biggest problem was the constant background noise on every input source when sound was turned up to 50% as this is required to get adequate output for most DVDs due to the meager 10 watts/speaker amplifier.The noise went away if Virtual Surround was used, however I didn't like the Virtual Surround effects.I returned this TV.It may be just an odd lemon, but other LCDs maybe a better bang for the buck, or you may want to pay up for the higher models of the AQUOS line.

    5-0 out of 5 stars Great Picture with HD or Progressive Scan DVD Content
    First, keep in mind that when ordering a TV from Amazon, once you sign the shipping paperwork, you own the TV and have to depend on the Sharp warranty.Amazon does not accept returns on TV's larger than 27" (the only items that have this policy).I decided that it was worth the risk for me, but others may not.

    A few details regarding this particular model:
    This is the same screen as the other Sharp 32" LCD TV's, such as the LC-32GD4U and LC-32G4U, with the following exceptions.For those of you wishing to hang this on the wall, the speakers on this unit are not detachable, no HD tuner as in the GD4U, and the unit is thicker than the others by about 1.25" because the other sets have an external box for all of the A/V connections (component, DVI, HDMI, etc.).Sharp seems to be catering toward those of us planning to use this more as a traditional TV, with the stand attached.However, the exception which I cared most about was the price, which was significantly lower than the other 32" Sharp or Sony LCD models, especially with the rebate currently offered by Sharp.

    As with most of the new HDTVs, this set delivers an amazing picture with either HD or DVD content, mediocre to poor with SD pictures.Fortunely, HD ownership is increasing rapidly (expected to double this year) and with it HD content.The main reasons to select LCD technologies are the lower power usage (1/2 of plasma), longevity (2x the life of plasma), and improved color/brightness.Also, if you live at high elevation (I'm moving to Fort Collins, CO and property at 8000') then plasma has an irritating buzzing that will not only wear out your nerves butyour set as well.

    The knocks against LCD are that the blacks are not as black, decreased viewing angle, dead pixels, and the various size/cost complaints.Since I was not looking for any bigger than 32", LCD or CRT were the only choices, and I perferred the LCD picture quality due to the reduced eye strain (no flicker or scanning as with CRT).If comparing at Best Buy, Ciruit City, or the other retailers, yes, the black level on the LCD is not as good, but distinguishing dark detail at home has not been a problem, and is much better than my 10 year old Sony CRT.As for viewing angle, I cannot tell any difference between plasma and LCD even at 85 degrees, though I don't know anyone who really enjoys watching TV at such extreme angles.The dead pixel issue was a major concern at first, but with as small as the pixel size is for HD TV's, I can't even see the two on my TV from more than 2 or 3 feet away; besides, plasma displays can have similar problems.All in all, an excellent TV, especially for movie and sports lovers such as myself. ... Read more


    2. Sharp AQUOS LC-20B6U-S 20" HD-Ready Flat-Panel LCD Television
    list price: $1,199.99
    our price: $899.84
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002JKGV2
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sharp
    Sales Rank: 888
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Spruce up your apartment, dorm, kitchen, office, or bedroom with Sharp's space-saving AQUOS LC-20B6U-S LCD television. The set's profile is less than 3 inches, yet it produces a vivid, 20-inch image using Sharp's proprietary Advanced Super View panel. The set boasts 1,024 x 768 native pixel resolution for detailed, high-definition images from sources like progressive-scan DVD players, PCs, and DTV set-top boxes. The set includes a built-in 181-channel cable tuner--feed it a cable-TV signal and you've got a high-resolution video display, PC monitor, and a full-fledged television.

    LCD screens offer a number of benefits over CRT monitors and televisions, including general ease of use, freedom from eye strain (no screen flickering or radiation emissions), quiet operation (no high-pitch "flyback" noise, an issue with CRT TVs), accurate image geometry (no curvature distortion or susceptibility to magnetic interference from, say, speakers), long screen life (with no risk of image burn-in), space savings, and light weight/easy positioning. They also tend to be cheaper and, to some eyes, slightly more natural looking than their plasma flat-panel counterparts, which usually "spec" higher (higher brightness, higher contrast ratio).

    The LC-20B6U-S's 4:3 aspect-ratio screen gives you a higher contrast ratio and wider viewing angles than conventional LCD screens--500:1 and a full 170 degrees viewing angle, vertical and horizontal--while its black TFT anti-glare coating makes it bright enough to view its rich colors with ease, even in well-lit rooms.

    High-definition component-video and standard-definition composite-video inputs accommodate a range of inputs (including VCRs, camcorders, and gaming consoles), and the set's stereo speakers are powered by 2.1 watts per channel. With the LC-20B6U-S's NTSC, PAL, and SECAM compatibility, you can view video sources from the U.S., Western Europe, and Eastern Europe, and all will appear properly formatted, provided you have the proper region decoding for any DVD sources.

    Weighing in at less than 20 pounds, the LC-20B6U-S is easy to position and reposition. The unit sits comfortably on any flat surface with the included stand, which detaches for wall mounting (with any compatible mounting kit, none included).

    What's in the Box
    TV, table stand, remote control, remote batteries, 1 RF coaxial audio/video cable, an AC power cord, an AC power adapter, 2 cable clamps, a user's manual, and warranty/registration information. ... Read more

    Features

    • 20-inch ASV (Advanced Super View) TFT LCD panel with HDTV (up to 720p) resolution; 26.6 x 15.5 x 2.9 inches (W x H x D) without stand
    • High brightness (430 cd/m2) and exemplary contrast ratio (500:1) for vivid pictures, even in bright rooms
    • 60,000-hour lamp life for years of viewing
    • 170-by170-degree viewing angles means you can view the monitor from just about anywhere in the room
    • Stereo speakers with 2.1 watts per channel

    3. Sharp LC-26GA5U 26" AQUOS Widescreen Flat-Panel LCD TV
    list price: $2,199.99
    our price: Too low to display
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00070E8LK
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sharp HE
    Sales Rank: 7726
    Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Sharp Aquos LC-26GA5U 26-Inch LCD TV Sharp’s LC-26GA5U AQUOS™ is a state-of-the-art 26" widescreen1 LC-TV that can easily enhance the decor of any family room, living room or den. With a 16:9 aspect ratio, HDTV-compatible resolution of 1366 x 768 and breathtaking color purity, it is a next-generation TV to carry you into the high-definition future. The LC-26GA5U utilizes Sharp’s proprietary Advanced Super View/Black TFT Panel, which provides levels of high brightness (450 cd/m2), an 800:1 contrast ratio, and wide viewing angles (170º H x 170º V). Additionally, the LC-26GA5U is an HDTV Monitor, which means it is compatible with 720p signals from HDTV sources (separate DTV decoder required).The LC-26GA5U features an elegant new design with non-detachable speakers to ensure the sound is as outstanding as the picture. In addition, the included table stand can be easily removed for wall mounting applications. ... Read more

    Features

    • Wide viewing angles (170 degrees horizontal/vertical) and high brightness (450 cd/m2) allow placement near windows
    • 10 watts per channel stereo sound, selectable color temperature
    • Sharp TFT Advanced Super View widescreen LCD TV with WXGA 1,366 x 768 pixel resolution; 33.3 x 16.3 x 4.3 inches (W x H x D) without stand
    • 2 digital-video inputs (1 DVI-I/PC, 1 HDMI), 2 HD component-video inputs
    • Ultra-high 800:1 contrast radio, ultra-fast response time (less than 16 ms)

    Reviews (2)

    5-0 out of 5 stars Very, very nice LCD for a bedroom.
    In a nutshell, this LCD is a very nice LCD...if you have the optimum connection, which is HDMI, and you have an HDTV receiver (which is free from Comcast, my cableTV provider).Right off the box and after connecting to regular cable to it, it doesn't bring out the optimum reception.Actually, it looked pretty average and even looked like total crap on some channels until I got the HDTV receiver and saw what high definition TV is *supposed* to look like.You can still connect this TV to component video and get a nice reception, but nothing beats HDMI.Trust me, it's worth shelling out an expensive HDMI cable for this - there is a BIG difference from component video to HDMI - so I would definitely recommend that you connect it this way.Needless to say, the reception when the connection is through HDMI is immaculate and close to perfect!

    5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome TV with the Price Tag it carries
    It is Awesome. I had it for a month now.. No problems.. Amazing extendibility. Connect to Game/DVD/PC (Yes with DVI doesn't say but it has). Amazing View angle.

    I love Sharp Products. Not to mention amazing crystal clear sound. I even use this TV as audio system as my neighbours don't allow me to purchase Home theatre system. This one has Virtual Dolby too.

    Don't get Cheapers ones. Get the best in Range. ... Read more


    4. Sharp LC-15L1US 15" AQUOS LCD Flat Panel Wireless TV
    list price: $1,799.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00020JOB4
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sharp
    Sales Rank: 3943
    Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    With Sharp's LC-15L1U-S 15-inch AQUOS TV, you get remarkable flat-panel TV viewing, no strings attached. Billed as "the first battery-operated LCD television in the U.S.," it's a truly digital wireless TV built with a carrying handle so you can move it easily for both hassle-free indoor viewing in various rooms and outdoor viewing under most dry conditions. Under ideal circumstances (see note below), the set offers crystal-clear TV, video, and DVD enjoyment virtually anywhere in and around the home without attached wires or cables of any kind.



    The stylish and cord-free LC-15L1US looksgood wherever you place it.

    The LC-15L1U-S features a sleek, silver design created by the world-class industrial designer Toshiyuki Kita, who created the high-style look of Sharp's entire AQUOS line and whose artwork resides in the permanent collection of the Museum of Modern Art. Its sculpted, rounded stereo side speakers and built-in easel stand make it simple to transport the lightweight TV from room to room. A built-in, rechargeable high-capacity lithium-ion battery provides approximately three hours of viewing time, allowing plenty of time to enjoy an entire movie, either indoors or outdoors.

    The set uses Sharp's SmartLink wireless digital audio/video transmission system, which operates on the 802.11b wireless standard. Just connect the included transmitter to a video source, such as a DVD player, then sit back to watch your favorite movie or TV show in any room of the house. The system transmits digital wireless signals using the 2.4 GHz band high-speed spectrum wireless protocols.

    The LC-15L1U-S has an Advanced Super View (ASV) panel with Sharp's proprietary Black TFT low-reflection coating so it can be placed anywhere--even near windows, doors, or other light sources--without sacrificing picture quality. The unit also offers 170-degree viewing angles so viewers get a clear picture from anywhere in the room, and its high contrast ratio (500:1) and high brightness (430 cd/m2) ensure clear, vivid pictures with deep blacks and exceptional color clarity.

     

    The TV measures less than 3 inches deep without its table stand. A special image-inverting feature even lets you flip the image upside-down or mirror it for hanging in an unconventional manner. Together with its wireless A/V center, the set features multiple composite-video and S-video inputs for your DVD player, VCR, or gaming console, an RF antenna input for older VCRs and cable boxes, as well as a cable-ready, built-in 125-channel tuner. An electronic PLL tuner handles over-air reception of TV programming.

    What's in the Box
    LC-15L1U-S flat-panel LCD TV, TV battery, docking station, table stand, 2 clamps, 3 fastening screws, a wireless A/V center, wireless center stand, remote control, remote battery, remote holder, a video controller, 2 antenna cables, a connection chart, a user's manual, 2 AC power adapters, a registration card, and a caution sheet.



    Both the A/V center and wireless TV have power inputs andaudio and video connections for maximum convenience.

    Note: Reception may become bad or impossible under the following conditions: use of the product in a reinforced concrete building such as a condominium building or a house of a metal structure; use of the product near large-scale metallic furniture; use of the product in a crowd of people or close to obstacles such as buildings; and use of the product at locations where magnetic fields, electrostatic, and interference occur due to devices such as Bluetooth, wireless LANs, phones, or microwave ovens, etc., that use the same frequency (2.4 GHz) as the product.

    ... Read more

    Features

    • 15-inch LCD TV with battery operation and wireless audio/video transmission; 19.45 x 17.53 x 8.83 inches (W x H x D) with table stand
    • ASV (Advanced Super View) LCD panel offers low reflectivity, wide viewing angles; 4:3 aspect ratio
    • 802.11b standard using 2.4 GHz transmission; includes built-in easel stand, detachable table stand, and stand-alone wireless A/V center
    • 500:1 contrast ratio provides incredible images in dark and bright scenes; 60,000-hour lamp life for years of viewing
    • High (430 cd/m2) brightness means the set can be placed near windows, doors, or other light sources and its picture will remain vivid

    Reviews (1)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Nice idea....
    My dad bought one from Sharper Image and he asked me to set it up for him. Well, it didn't work right out of the box so we called up Sharper Image and they said their's didn't work either. It's a pretty decent idea, but I would wait for the next generation. Hopefully quality and price will make nice leaps by then. ... Read more


    5. Toshiba 23HLV84 23" HD-Ready Flat-Panel LCD TV with DVD Player
    list price: $2,099.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002H0EN4
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Toshiba
    Sales Rank: 7528
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Enrich your life with the elegance of a flat-screen display and the simplicity of a combination DVD player and television. Toshiba's 23HLV84 saves space while simplifying hookups. Plug it in, pop in a movie, and sit back to enjoy your program in vivid, lifelike high-contrast detail. With minimal glare, no screen curvature, and no irritating high-frequency screen noise, this 23-inch set stands fully apart from its CRT counterparts. Set it on a table using the supplied stand or mount it on the wall using optional brackets for ultimate space efficiency.

    The set's built-in DVD player is compatible with DVD-Video, DVD-R, DVD-RW, VCD, audio CD, and recordable CDs filled with JPEG digital photos or MP3/WMA audio files.

    LCD screens offer a number of benefits over CRT monitors and televisions, including general ease of use, long screen life with no risk of image burn-in, and space savings. This 1,366 x 768-resolution set boasts not only 2 ColorStream HD high-definition (up to 720p) component-video inputs, but also a High-Definition Multimedia Interface (HDMI) for a direct digital connection with an HD set-top box or HD satellite receiver (sold separately).

    HD Dynamic Contrast increases contrast and color saturation to create deep, rich images. The intelligent circuitry analyzes both the dark and bright areas of the picture, separately optimizing the dynamic range in each area. Picture enhancements include luminance transient improvement, green enhancement, and blue stretch. This circuit is only active in sports mode and works with all inputs.

    A 3D Y/C (4 MB, 10-bit) digital comb filter with Vertical Contour Correction ensures sharp, clean pictures from RF (older VCR, laserdisc) and composite-video signals. Cinema Mode (3:2 pulldown switch) circuitry identifies original film-based content from DVDs, then reassembles the frame sequence to more accurately reproduce the original 24-frame-per-second material.

    Dual ColorStream HD component-video inputs (Y, Pr, Pb) provide the ultimate picture quality from high-resolution component-video signals (as from compatible DVD players or satellite receivers). Two sets of rear AV inputs (one with S-video) and a set of front AV inputs foster easy connection with a camcorder or gaming console, and a rear audio output lets you hook the set up with a surround receiver.

    And the 5-watts-per-channel 23HLV84 offers SRS WOW processing, which combines 3D Sound (simulated surround sound from any stereo audio) with TruBass (yet another low-frequency enhancement) and Focus (which clarifies voices). If that's not enough aural excitement, you can also enjoy 2-channel simulated surround courtesy of Dolby Virtual Surround.

    HDMI is a lossless, uncompressed, all-digital audio/video interface to link the set with any audio/video source (such as a set-top box, DVD player, or AV receiver). HDMI supports standard-definition (SD), enhanced definition (ED), or high-definition (HD) video, plus multi-channel digital audio--all using a single cable. It transmits all ATSC HDTV standards and supports up to 8-channel digital audio, with bandwidth to spare to accommodate future enhancements and requirements.

    What's in the Box
    TV, stand, remote control, batteries, a user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

    Features

    • 23-inch HD-compatible 16:9 aspect-ratio LCD television with integrated DVD player and 1,366 x 768 resolution; 24 x 17.3 x 4.5 inches (W x H x D)
    • High 500 cd/m2 brightness, 500:1 contrast ratio; plays JPEG image CD and MP3/WMA music CD
    • Accepts 480i, 480p, and 720p inputs and offers 1 HDMI direct digital HD connection, 2 ColorStream HD component-video inputs
    • Cinema Mode 3:2 pulldown corrects frame rates for distortion-free movie viewing
    • HD Dynamic Contrast increases contrast and color saturation to create deep, rich images

    6. Sharp LC-45GD4U 45" AQUOS Flat-Panel LCD TV with Integrated HDTV Tuner
    list price: $8,499.99
    our price: Too low to display
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0002TX3KS
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sharp
    Sales Rank: 3182
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Sharp's stylish LC-45GD4U may be projection-sized in its screen, but the 45-inch LCD TV is a picture-frame thin 4.2 inches, letting you mount it in spots where a projection set would never fit. The HDTV- and PC-compatible Advanced Super View high-definition television houses both NTSC and ATSC (HDTV) tuners and all necessary inputs and outputs, so there's no need for supplementary components; the detailed, 1,920 x 1,080-resolution television is ready to go right out of its box.

    The AQUOS LC-45GD4U offers a widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio to match your favorite movies, and full compatibility with high-definition video sources up to 1080i. The set includes 2 detachable, high-aperture aluminum speakers powered by 10 watts per channel.

    A handy PC Card slot lets you record still images and video on a PC Card and view them on the TV, and Sharp's proprietary Quick Shoot video circuit ensures a lightning-quick response time of less than 12 ms for smooth-as-silk video and gaming graphics (easily one of the fastest screens available). The set's authorized CableCARD ability means the set will also receive digital cable television systems services directly from the cable operator without requiring a bulky, external cable box.

    LCD screens offer a number of benefits over CRT monitors and televisions, including general ease of use, freedom from eye strain (no screen flickering or radiation emissions), quiet operation (no high-pitch "flyback" noise, an issue with CRT TVs), accurate image geometry (no curvature distortion or susceptibility to magnetic interference from, say, speakers), long screen life (no risk of image burn-in), space savings, and light weight/easy positioning. They also tend to be cheaper and, to some eyes, slightly more natural looking than their plasma flat-panel counterparts, which usually "spec" higher (higher brightness, higher contrast ratio).

    The LC-45GD4U's Advanced Super View/black TFT (thin-film-transistor) screen offers exceptionally wide (170- by 170-degree) viewing angles and an extraordinary contrast ratio of 800:1 for super-black blacks. Its high brightness (450 cd/m2) ensures wide dynamic range for vivid colors, great depth, and realism. You can place it anywhere--near windows, doors, or other light sources--and its picture will remain vivid. And, with its 60,000-hour lamp life, the backlight life is long enough to give you viewing pleasure for many years.

    Connections consist of 2 high-definition component-video inputs, 1 DVI-I (Digital Visual Interface-Integrated) input, 1 HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) input, 2 i.Link (IEEE 1394 inputs), 3 composite-video inputs, and 2 S-video input. An audio/video output (composite- and S-video with stereo analog audio) facilitates hookup with a surround receiver, DVR, VCR, or other destination.

    DVI-I is a direct-digital DVI terminal capable of transmitting both analog and digital video data. HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is a lossless, uncompressed, all-digital audio/video interface to link any audio/video source (such as a set-top box, DVD player, or AV receiver) with your TV or monitor. HDMI supports standard-definition (SD), enhanced definition (ED), or high-definition (HD) video, plus multi-channel digital audio--all using a single cable. It transmits all ATSC HDTV standards and supports up to 8-channel digital audio, with bandwidth to spare to accommodate future enhancements and requirements.

    What's in the Box
    LCD TV, detachable speakers, a table stand, a remote control, remote batteries, an AC power cord, an RF coaxial cable, a cable clamp, 2 wall bracket units, and a user's manual. ... Read more

    Features

    • Sharp TFT Advanced Super View LCD widescreen LCD TV with 1,920 x 1,080 pixel resolution; 50 x 28.8 x 4.2 inches (W x H x D) without stand
    • Onboard ATSC HDTV tuner permits off-air high-definition reception; 4 digital-video inputs (1 DVI-I, 1 HDMI, 2 i.Link/IEEE 1394)
    • Ultra-high 800:1 contrast radio, ultra-fast response time (less than 12 ms)
    • Wide viewing angles (170 degrees horizontal/vertical) and high brightness (450 cd/m2) allow placement near windows
    • Detachable speakers and table stand, 10 watts per channel

    7. Sharp LC-32D5U 32" LCD TV
    list price: $3,499.99
    our price: Too low to display
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0007UVYMQ
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sharp
    Sales Rank: 38607
    Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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    Product Description

    Sharp's LC-32D5U AQUOS is an elegant statement for any room in the home. With a true 16:9 aspect ratio, HDTV resolution of 1366 x 768 and breathtaking color purity, it is a next-generation TV to carry you into the high-definition future. The LC-32D5U utilizes Sharp's Emmy Award-winning LCD technology, including the proprietary Advanced Super View/Black TFT Panel, which provides high brightness (450 cd/m2), an 800:1 contrast ratio, and wide viewing angles (170? x 170?). The LC-32D5U is Digital Cable Ready with full CableCARD "Plug and Play" capability. It also features the new TV Guide On Screen electronic program guide for easy channel management and selection, and an elegant new silver design. In addition, the included table stand can be easily removed for wall mounting applications.Other features that distinguish the LC-32D5U: HDMI, DVI-I and 2 HD component video inputs, and Sharp's proprietary Quick Shoot video circuit, which enables a fast response time of less than 16 ms. ... Read more

    Features

    • Advanced Super View
    • Digital Cable Ready
    • 1366 x 768 Res
    • 450 cd/m2 Brightness

    Reviews (1)

    3-0 out of 5 stars Not as great as everyone claims it is
    I actually believed the great reviews about Sharp LCDs and forked over lots of cash for my LC 32D5U. (...) Rest assured; I have this overpriced paperweight in my living room and I've spent the last four days struggling to get it to work. Here are my impressions:

    - Great Picture... eventually. It takes a while to get the TV set up, but once it's right, the picture is amazing (as long as it's not a dark scene). To find the best setting I started on the "Movie" AV mode. I turned off the OPC (automatically adjusts brightness based on room brightness). Other settings:
    Backlight +2
    Contrast +24
    Brightness +3
    Color, Tint, Sharpness 0
    Color Temperature Medium (This is on the advanced menu)
    All other settings are the same as the "Movie" mode.

    Despite these settings, the TV does not handle dark scenes very well. I loaded Splinter Cell Chaos Theory on my XBox. Most of the game takes place in shadows. My 11-year old Toshiba had excellent color and you could distinguish between different shades of black. Out of the box, none of the AV modes made the game clear on the LC-32D5U. After I made the changes above, it got much better, but it's still not as good as the colors on my old analog TV. I have a pretty critical eye, but I don't think the Sharp is any better than other LCD TVs on the market.

    - Decent Sound. The simulated Dolby surround is pathetic. It makes background noise and music sound pretty good, but all the dialog gets muffled and you can't understand what anyone is saying. Fortunately, the normal mode is pretty good. I'm not a huge fan of bass, but I had to turn it up slightly (+5) to keep the sound from being too tinny. The sound is much better than my old Toshiba.

    One problem is the audio output. You have a choice between "Fixed" and "Variable". In fixed mode, the output signal is constant and the TV does not control it. Sound comes from both the TV speakers and the audio output. This sounded wonderful with my TV connected to a high-end set of PC speakers with a subwoofer. Unfortunately, in this mode, the TV volume does not control the audio output so even when you press "Mute" the sound keeps coming from the external speakers. If you choose "Variable", the TV will control the volume of the external speakers, but it stops using the built-in speakers. In this case, the sound is not as good because it is further away from the picture. I'd like an option in between. I can't believe that months of R&D couldn't consider something I discovered in ten minutes.

    - Poor ATSC Tuner. The tuner cannot handle virtual channels in digital broadcasts. My local Fox station (WOGX) broadcasts on channel 31.1, but the PSIP claims 51.1 (to keep the station's analog UHF "brand" of "Fox 51"). Despite 70-72% signal strength, the TV refuses to display the broadcast. It does display other local broadcasts: CBS (58-62% signal) and PBS (82-85% signal). These look awesome when they have HD programming.

    Setting the channels on all the tuners (analog and digital) is a frustrating exercise. The TV wants to scan for channels automatically and you can't add them manually. The digital OTA broadcasts are especially frustrating because there are only three of them in my area, but I have to wait for the TV to go through all 61 channels (and it only picks up two of them). For my cable channels, I only want to display about ten of them so I have to go through the entire list and tell it to skip each station. It's exasperating because of the sluggish response when changing channels (see below).

    - Castrated HDMI. I hooked up a Samsung DVD-HD850 upconverting DVD player using two different THX-certified DVDs and ran the THX Optimizer. The DVD player manual confirms full-spectrum RGB color pallet (0-255). The Sharp, however, can only display 7 of the 10 black shades in the test screen. Curiously, when I connect the DVD player with analog cables, all 10 shades are displayed.

    - Senseless Resolution. I don't understand why LCDs come in 1366x768 resolution. This does not match any of the HDTV standards. (This is why I bought the DVD-HD850 only to learn that it's upconversion for 768p meant 1024x768, not 1366x768.) I figured the Sharp would convert any incoming signal into 768p, but it actually converts all incoming signals to 1080i. How it can do that without the proper resolution is a mystery to me. Sharp's 45" LCD uses 1920x1080... heck, Dell has a laptop with 1920x1200 resolution. If the TV converts everything to 1080i, why not have that as the native resolution?

    - Useless Manual and Obscure Interface. The manual doesn't really explain anything that you can't figure out by navigating the on-screen menu options. It does not actually explain what the options do or what they mean, it simply lists the options (which you can just as easily read on the screen). I'd say the menus are adequate, but not spectacular. I think Samsung does a much better job in that department. (I recently helped my brother set up his new Samsung DLP TV.)

    One annoying note is that the Sharp does not let you name the inputs yourself. You can choose from a list of input labels, but you cannot type your own. Also, despite the manual explicitly talking about connecting gaming devices, there are no options for "Game" (let alone "XBox", "PS2", etc.).

    - Sluggish Response. This problem isn't limited to the sharp. It seems all the new TVs take forever to change inputs or even change channels. Each channel (cable or air) takes a long second or two to display and you can't just scroll through them because the TV insists on displaying each one as you go through the dial.

    - TV Guide & Other Gimmicks. The inclusion of the TV Guide "feature" is obviously in the first generation. The interface is less than intuitive. It relies on analog OTA or cable broadcast of TV listings. The unit managed to pick up my listings in less then 24 hours, but it's at the mercy of Cox Cable... it does not display any information on local OTA broadcasts (just OTA for Jacksonville and Orlando). That's an issue with the cable company, but that also makes the recording functions useless for local channels (required for HD recording). Speaking of useless, the built in Firewire ("iLInk") is a good idea, but I have yet to find any AV-HDD advertised that will work with it. I think rather than mess with all these new technologies, Sharp should've focused on getting the ATSC tuner and HDMI interface working correctly.

    - Huge. This is a 32-inch display but the TV's footprint is 38 inches wide. That's only an inch shy of Samsung's 42" DLP! I think the LC-32D7U (detachable speakers on the bottom) uses a more efficient design, but it costs about $300 more. It is otherwise identical to the LC-32D5U which means it shares all the other flaws.

    Of all these issues, the ATSC tuner and HDMI issues are fatal flaws in my opinion. I've given Sharp customer support one more day to try to resolves these problems before I cash in on my 10 day return policy.
    ... Read more


    8. Sharp LC-26GD4U 26" AQUOS Flat-Panel LCD TV with Integrated HDTV Tuner
    list price: $2,999.99
    our price: Too low to display
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    Asin: B0002QIMY8
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sharp
    Sales Rank: 1197
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Compact enough for personal computing or kitchen viewing and good enough for use in small-scale home theaters, Sharp's 26-inch LC-32GD4U Advanced Super View LCD television is picture-frame thin yet still houses both standard NTSC and digital ATSC (HDTV) tuners, as well as all necessary inputs and output jacks, so there's no need for supplementary connection or DTV receiver boxes; the 1,366 x 768-resolution television is ready to go right out of its box.

    A member of Sharp's stylish AQUOS line, the LC-32GD4U offers a widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio to match your favorite movies, and compatibility with high-definition video sources up to 1080i. The set includes 2 detachable, high-aperture aluminum speakers powered by 10 watts per channel. At just 4 inches deep without its detachable stand, the set is as unobtrusive as a big-screen TV can get, and it's versatile enough to handle wall or table placement.

    A handy PC Card slot lets you record still images and video on a PC Card and view them on the TV, and Sharp's proprietary Quick Shoot video circuit ensures a lightning-quick response time of less than 16 ms for smooth-as-silk video and gaming graphics. The set's authorized CableCARD ability means the set will also receive digital cable television systems services directly from the cable operator without requiring a bulky, external cable box.

    LCD screens offer a number of benefits over CRT monitors and televisions, including general ease of use, freedom from eye strain (no screen flickering or radiation emissions), quiet operation (no high-pitch "flyback" noise, an issue with CRT TVs), accurate image geometry (no curvature distortion or susceptibility to magnetic interference from, say, speakers), long screen life (no risk of image burn-in), space savings, and light weight/easy positioning. They also tend to be cheaper and, to some eyes, slightly more natural looking than their plasma flat-panel counterparts, which usually "spec" higher (higher brightness, higher contrast ratio).

    The LC-32GD4U's Advanced Super View/black TFT (thin-film-transistor) screen offers exceptionally wide (170- by 170-degree) viewing angles and an extraordinary contrast ratio of 800:1 for super-black blacks. Its high brightness (450 cd/m2) ensures wide dynamic range for vivid colors, great depth, and realism. You can place it anywhere--near windows, doors, or other light sources--and its picture will remain vivid. And, with its 60,000-hour lamp life, the backlight life is long enough to give you viewing pleasure for many years.

    Connections consist of 2 high-definition component-video inputs, 1 DVI-I (Digital Visual Interface-Integrated) input, 1 HDMI (High Definition Multimedia Interface) input, 3 composite-video inputs, 1 S-video input, and 1 RF input (HDTV reception may require an antenna). An audio/video output (composite- and S-video with stereo analog audio) facilitates hookup with a surround receiver, DVR, VCR, or other destination.

    DVI-I is a direct-digital DVI terminal capable of transmitting both analog and digital video data. HDMI (High-Definition Multimedia Interface) is a lossless, uncompressed, all-digital audio/video interface to link any audio/video source (such as a set-top box, DVD player, or AV receiver) with your TV or monitor. HDMI supports standard-definition (SD), enhanced definition (ED), or high-definition (HD) video, plus multi-channel digital audio--all using a single cable. It transmits all ATSC HDTV standards and supports up to 8-channel digital audio, with bandwidth to spare to accommodate future enhancements and requirements.

    What's in the Box
    LCD TV, detachable speakers, table stand, and a user's manual. ... Read more

    Features

    • Sharp TFT Advanced Super View widescreen flat-panel LCD TV with WXGA 1,366 x 768 pixel resolution; 33.4 x 16 x 3.7 inches (W x H x D) without stand
    • Onboard ATSC HDTV tuner permits off-air high-definition reception; 2 digital-video inputs (1 DVI-I, 1 HDMI), 2 HD component-video inputs
    • Ultra-high 800:1 contrast radio, ultra-fast response time (less than 16 ms)
    • Wide viewing angles (170 degrees horizontal/vertical) and high brightness (450 cd/m2) allow placement near windows
    • Detachable speakers and table stand, 10 watts per channel

    9. Sharp Electronics PW-E550 Electronic Dictionary
    list price: $119.99
    our price: $92.85
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00028DM96
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sharp HO
    Sales Rank: 2093
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    Features

    • Full Contents from Best Selling Books
    • Calculator and Spell Checker
    • Metric/ Currency Converter
    • Enchanced Search Function- Quick View
    • Enchanced Search Function -Super Jump

    10. Sharp LC-13S1US 13" AQUOS Flat Panel LCD TV (Silver)
    list price: $549.99
    our price: Too low to display
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0001WV6D2
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sharp
    Sales Rank: 2455
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Sharp's LC-13S1US 13-inch LCD TV is a sleek, compact, high-performance flat-panel television from the AQUOS line of liquid crystal displays. The display uses Sharp's proprietary Advanced Super View/Black TFT panel to give you extra brightness, a 500:1 contrast ratio, and superior 170-degree viewing angles, which means you can position the television anywhere--even near light sources--and still get a clear, bright picture. The built-in tuner lets you plug your cable line directly into the television to watch up to 181 channels out of the box.

    The LC-13S1US comes with an easel-style stand for the tabletop, or the stand can be removed and the set can be wall-mounted using most of Sharp's mounting brackets (not included). The two built-in speakers are positioned below the screen rather than on the side, which makes the television narrower than typical LCD TVs of the same size. The speakers each supply 2.1 watts of power, for a total power output of 4.2 watts. Also included is a full-function remote control (2 AAA batteries included).

    You get two composite-video inputs for convenient hookup to your favorite gaming console or camcorder. There are also two rear S-video inputs and one component-video input.

    What's in the Box
    LC-13S1US 13-inch flat-panel LCD TV, remote control, 2 AAA batteries, user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

    Features

    • 13-inch flat-panel TV with active matrix LCD; 12.7 x 11.3 x 5.8 inches with stand (W x H x D)
    • 4:3 aspect ratio, 500:1 contrast ratio, and 170-degree viewing angle
    • 60,000 hours lamp life and 430 cd/m2 brightness
    • Two S-video inputs, two A/V inputs, and one component-video input
    • Two front-mounted speakers for 4.2 total watts output power

    11. Sharp LC-15S1U-S 15 AQUOS Flat-Panel LCD Television (Silver)
    list price: $599.99
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    Asin: B0001WV6DM
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sharp
    Sales Rank: 10216
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Sharp's LC-15S1US 15-inch LCD TV is a sleek, compact, high-performance flat-panel television from the AQUOS line of liquid crystal displays. The display uses Sharp's proprietary Advanced Super View/Black TFT panel to give you extra brightness, a 500:1 contrast ratio, and superior 170-degree viewing angles, which means you can position the television anywhere--even near light sources--and still get clear, bright picture. The built-in tuner lets you plug your cable line directly into the television to watch up to 181 channels out of the box.

    The LC-15S1US comes with an easel-style stand for the tabletop, or the stand can be removed and the set can be wall-mounted using most of Sharp's mounting brackets (not included). The two built-in speakers are positioned below the screen rather than on the side, which makes the television narrower than typical LCD TVs. The speakers each supply 2.1 watts of power, for a total power output of 4.2 watts. Also included is a full-function remote control (2 AAA batteries included).

    You get two composite-video inputs for convenient hookup to your favorite gaming console or camcorder. There are also two rear S-video inputs and one component-video input.

    What's in the Box
    LC-15S1US 15-inch flat panel LCD TV, remote control, 2 AAA batteries, user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

    Features

    • 15-inch flat-panel LCD television with standard 4:3 aspect ratio; 14.3 x 12.8 x 2.3 inches (without stand)
    • Uses Sharp's proprietary ASV (Advanced Super View) LCD panel with Black TFT and low-reflection coating
    • 640 x 480 resolution (EDTV); offers component-, composite-, and S-video inputs; compatible with NTSC, PAL, and SECAM video formats
    • High brightness (430 cd/m2), high contrast ratio (500:1), wide 170-degree viewing angles
    • 2.1 watts per channel x 2 speakers; under-screen speaker mounting conserves desk or counter space

    12. Sharp Notevision PG-B10S Video Projector

    our price: $916.99
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    Asin: B0000E6RW3
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sharp
    Sales Rank: 44586
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    Features

    • 3x 0.55-inch TFT LCD projection technology
    • 800 x 600 native resolution, 1,200 ANSI lumens, 350:1 contrast ratio
    • Exclusive Image Alignment Control; NTSC, PAL, SECAM, HDTV signals
    • 1-watt integrated speaker, remote control, carry case
    • PC and Mac compatible; 3-year warranty

    13. Sharp R-930Ak 1.5 Cubic Foot 900 Watts Convection Microwave, Metallic Charcoal
    list price: $449.99
    our price: $399.99
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    Asin: B00009V3WK
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Sharp
    Sales Rank: 22189
    Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Countertop unit or installed as a wall oven
    • 1.5 cubic foot
    • 900-watts
    • Convection oven temperature control
    • 15.3-inch porcelain enamel turntable

    Reviews (1)

    1-0 out of 5 stars Doesn't work, carry in unreasonable
    I have the same unit in black, which is a little more expensive, just for the color. This unit is extremely heavy. It took two of us, and a chair with wheels, to move it 15 feet and get it onto the counter. I've had it one month and it stopped working. If I want in home service I have to pay. It has to be carried to a service center. It weighs more than my 32" TV. Sharp did give me the phone number of the only two service centers in my general area, one was Sears. But when I got it there, after talking to Sharp 4 times about service, Sears asked where my letter fro Sharp was, authorizing them to do the repair... aaahh.. letter?

    Before it broke, it heated unevenly and isn't as powerful as the 1200 watt unit I gave away to have the combo micro / convection. It does't pop corn very well at all, but it does heat my coffee. What a mistake. The Sharp sales info line was every helpful BEFORE they had my money. Now that they have it, their attitude has completely changed. They have a very "business like" attitude and basically could care less. It's disappointing.

    The unit is huge on the outside but not nearly as large on the inside as my old microwave oven which was so much smaller on the outside. I made a huge and costly mistake. If you have to have a convection oven, get one with a reasonable warranty for service for such a large, heavy appliance.

    On the other hand, Amazon has been WONDERFUL! At least I did something right when I made this purchase! ... Read more


    14. Sharp R-1874 1.1-Cubic-Foot 850-Watt Over-The-Range Convection Microwave, Stainless
    list price: $699.99
    our price: $456.95
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    Asin: B00009V3X6
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Sharp
    Sales Rank: 8887
    Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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    Features

    • Measures 29-15/16 by 16-11/32 by 15-9/32 inches
    • 850-watt, over-the-range convection microwave browns, bakes, broils, crisps, and roasts
    • 2-color, 7-digit, interactive display; Smart and Easy sensor settings
    • 1.1-cubic-foot, stainless-steel interior with light; 13-inch turntable provides even heating
    • Built-in exhaust system; hood light, powerful fan, low and high racks included

    Reviews (1)

    5-0 out of 5 stars American Made Microwave w/convection -works great
    I purchased this item for two reasons, 1) because this is a Union Made microwave assembled in TN (the only American made microwave I've found) and 2) It has a convection oven that can double as a 2nd oven.

    The styling on this unit is very nice, sleek and not overcomplicated, it enhances the look of my kitchen.

    The microwave cooking is simple, with built in functions for thawing frozen items or popping popcorn, etc. You punch a button, it asks you how many steaks you are defrosting or how much popcorn you are popping and it does the rest.

    Convection cooking is new to me, but the manual and recipe booklet that come with the unit have already produced salmon steaks with a white wine/basil sauce and cooked a pizza. I've found that in the heat of the summer I can use this oven vs. my gas oven and it cooks faster and doesn't heat up the house as much. There is also a function that combines microwave and convection cooking to get meals done even faster... there are so many things this machine does, I've yet to figure them all out.

    A nice feature, you can turn the turntable on/off depending on whether you have a round or rectangular dish.

    The unit runs on regular 110 voltage, so no complicated rewiring.

    GE, Kenmore and Samsung all have similar units -all made in Korea, all for the same price or more. I chose this microwave because I was tired of complaining about outsourcing of American jobs and wanted to support a company like Sharp that is still making some of their units here in the USA. ... Read more


    15. Sharp LC-26D7U 26" AQUOS Liquid-Crystal TV with Integrated HDTV Tuner
    list price: $2,599.99
    our price: Too low to display
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0007UVYN0
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sharp
    Sales Rank: 33407
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    Product Description

    High-Definition TV--receives and decodes digital standard-definition and HDTV signals from over-the-air broadcasts (antenna required) and cable TV service (CableCARD required) * 26" low-reflective flat-panel LCD screen (measured diagonally) * widescreen 16:9 aspect ratio * 1366 x 768 pixels * TV Guide On Screen® 8-day program guide (see "Photos & Videos" for an interactive demo) * ... Read more

    Features

    • Ultra-high 800:1 contrast radio, ultra-fast response time (less than 16 ms)
    • Wide viewing angles (170 degrees horizontal/vertical) and high brightness (450 cd/m2) allow placement near windows
    • Detachable speakers and table stand, 10 watts per channel stereo sound
    • Sharp TFT Advanced Super View LCD widescreen LCD TV with WXGA 1,366 x 768 pixel resolution; 26.5 x 20.3 x 4.3 inches (W x H x D) without stand
    • Onboard ATSC HDTV tuner permits off-air high-definition reception; 2 digital-video inputs (1 DVI-I, 1 HDMI), 2 HD component-video inputs

    16. Sharp LC-20S1US 20" AQUOS Flat-Panel LCD Stereo TV
    list price: $999.99
    our price: Too low to display
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B0001WV6EG
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sharp
    Sales Rank: 7935
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Sharp's LC-20S1US 20-inch LCD TV is a sleek, compact, high-performance flat-panel television from the AQUOS line of liquid crystal displays. The display uses Sharp's proprietary Advanced Super View/Black TFT panel to give you extra brightness, a 500:1 contrast ratio, and superior 170-degree viewing angles, which means you can position the television anywhere--even near light sources--and still get clear, bright picture. The built-in tuner lets you plug your cable line directly into the television to watch up to 181 channels out of the box.

    The LC-20S1US comes with an easel-style stand for the tabletop, or the stand can be removed and the set can be wall-mounted using most of Sharp's mounting brackets (not included). The two built-in speakers are positioned below the screen rather than on the side, which makes the television narrower than typical LCD TVs of the same size. The speakers each supply 2.1 watts of power, for a total power output of 4.2 watts. Also included is a full-function remote control (2 AAA batteries included).

    You get two composite-video inputs for convenient hookup to your favorite gaming console or camcorder. There are also two rear S-video inputs and one component-video input.

    What's in the Box
    LC-20S1US 20-inch flat panel LCD TV, remote control, 2 AAA batteries, user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

    Features

    • 20-inch flat-panel TV with active matrix LCD; 18.7 x 15.9 x 6.8 inches with stand (W x H x D)
    • 4:3 aspect ratio, 500:1 contrast ratio, and 170-degree viewing angle
    • 60,000 hours lamp life and 430 cd/m2 brightness
    • Two S-video inputs, two A/V inputs, and one component-video input
    • Two front-mounted speakers for 4.2 total watts output power

    17. Sharp LC-13S1UB 13" AQUOS Flat-Panel LCD TV (Black)
    list price: $549.99
    our price: Too low to display
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000278KNK
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sharp
    Sales Rank: 3982
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Sharp's LC-13S1UB 13-inch LCD TV is a sleek, compact, high-performance flat-panel television from the AQUOS line of liquid crystal displays. The display uses Sharp's proprietary Advanced Super View/black TFT panel to give you extra brightness, a 500:1 contrast ratio, and superior 170-degree viewing angles, which means you can position the television anywhere--even near light sources--and still get clear, bright picture. The built-in tuner lets you plug your cable line directly into the television to watch up to 181 channels out of the box.

    The LC-13S1UB comes with an easel-style stand for the tabletop, or the stand can be removed and the set can be wall-mounted using most of Sharp's mounting brackets (not included). The two built-in speakers are positioned below the screen rather than on the side, which makes the television narrower than typical LCD TVs of the same size. The speakers each supply 2.1 watts of power, for a total power output of 4.2 watts. Also included is a full-function remote control (2 AAA batteries included).

    You get two composite-video inputs for convenient hookup to your favorite gaming console or camcorder. There are also two rear S-video inputs and one component-video input. The television is EDTV-capable, so it is compatible with progressive-scan DVD players.

    What's in the Box
    LC-13S1UB 13-inch flat-panel LCD TV, remote control, 2 AAA batteries, user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

    Features

    • 13-inch flat-panel TV with active matrix LCD; 12.7 x 11.3 x 5.8 inches with stand (W x H x D)
    • 4:3 aspect ratio, 500:1 contrast ratio, and 170-degree viewing angle
    • 60,000 hours lamp life and 430 cd/m2 brightness
    • Two S-video inputs, two A/V inputs, and one component-video input
    • Two front-mounted speakers for 4.2 total watts output power

    18. Sharp AL-1631 Digital Laser Copier
    list price: $499.99
    our price: $382.84
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00016ZLDE
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sharp
    Sales Rank: 13531
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    Features

    • Up to 16 copies per minute
    • Convenient scan-once print-many operation
    • 30-sheet document feeder
    • 250-sheet paper capacity
    • Digital automatic, manual, and photo exposure modes

    19. Sharp R-530ES 2-Cubic-Foot 1200-Watt Microwave, Stainless Steel and Black
    list price: $299.99
    our price: $249.99
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B00009V3XT
    Catlog: Kitchen
    Manufacturer: Sharp
    Sales Rank: 7674
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    Features

    • Measures 24 by 13-3/8 by 19-1/8 inches
    • Well-designed, full-size, 1200-watt microwave with 2-cubic-foot capacity
    • Stainless-steel front and glass window; touch-key control panel; interior light
    • 2-line, 16-digit display; interactive cooking system with Custom Help
    • 16-inch turntable for even heating; 33 automatic settings; defrost center; keep warm

    20. Sharp LC-20S1UB 20" AQUOS Flat-Panel LCD TV (Black)
    list price: $999.99
    our price: Too low to display
    (price subject to change: see help)
    Asin: B000278KO4
    Catlog: CE
    Manufacturer: Sharp
    Sales Rank: 5004
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    Amazon.com Product Description

    Sharp's LC-20S1UB 20-inch LCD TV is a sleek, compact, high-performance flat-panel television from the AQUOS line of liquid crystal displays. The display uses Sharp's proprietary Advanced Super View/black TFT panel to give you extra brightness, a 500:1 contrast ratio, and superior 170-degree viewing angles, which means you can position the television anywhere--even near light sources--and still get clear, bright picture. The built-in tuner lets you plug your cable line directly into the television to watch up to 181 channels out of the box.

    The LC-20S1UB comes with an easel-style stand for the tabletop, or the stand can be removed and the set can be wall-mounted using most of Sharp's mounting brackets (not included). The two built-in speakers are positioned below the screen rather than on the side, which makes the television narrower than typical LCD TVs of the same size. The speakers each supply 2.1 watts of power, for a total power output of 4.2 watts. Also included is a full-function remote control (2 AAA batteries included).

    You get two composite-video inputs for convenient hookup to your favorite gaming console or camcorder. There are also two rear S-video inputs and one component-video input. The television is EDTV-capable, so it is compatible with progressive-scan DVD players.

    What's in the Box
    LC-20S1UB 20-inch flat panel LCD TV, remote control, 2 AAA batteries, user's manual, and warranty information. ... Read more

    Features

    • 20-inch flat-panel TV with active matrix LCD; 18.7 x 15.9 x 6.8 inches with stand (W x H x D)
    • 4:3 aspect ratio, 500:1 contrast ratio, and 170-degree viewing angle
    • 60,000 hours lamp life and 430 cd/m2 brightness
    • Two S-video inputs, two A/V inputs, and one component-video input
    • Two front-mounted speakers for 4.2 total watts output power

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