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Sharp Aquos LC32D43U 32-Inch 720p LCD HDTV

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  • 32" HDTV LCD-TV
  • 6000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
  • 6ms Response Time
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sharp
  • Model Number: LC32D43U
  • Display Technology: LCD
  • Display Size: 32 inches
  • Image Aspect Ratio: 16:9
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Product Description

This elegant 32 AQUOS® HDTV LCD-TV easily enhances the decor of any family room, living room or den. With a true 16:9 aspect ratio, HDTV resolution of 1366 x 768, Sharp's Emmy® award-winning LCD technology and breathtaking color purity, it is a next-generation TV to carry you into the high-definition future. The LC32D43U utilizes Sharp's proprietary Advanced Super View/Black TFT Panel providing 6000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio, 6ms response time and wider viewing angles (176°H x 176°V). The LC32D43U is HDTV with built-in ATSC / QAM / NTSC tuners and include 2 HDMI¿ and HD component video inputs as well as a D-sub, 15-pin input for PC compatibility. The LC32D43U features a black cabinet and the included table stand easily removes for wall mounting applications.

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With screen sizes ranging from 26" to 52", the elegant AQUOS D43U Series easily enhances the decor of any family room, living room, or den. With a true 16:9 aspect ratio, HDTV resolution of 1366 x 768, Sharp’s Emmy award-winning LCD technology and breathtaking color purity, it is a next-generation TV to carry you into the high-definition future. The D43U Series utilizes Sharp’s proprietary Advanced Super View/Black TFT Panel providing 6000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio, 6ms response time and wide viewing angles (176°H x 176°V). All models are HDTVs with built-in ATSC / QAM / NTSC tuners and include 2 HDMI and HD component video inputs as well as a D-sub, 15-pin input for PC compatibility. The D43U Series features a black cabinet and the included table stand easily removes for wall mounting applications. Optional Wall Mount Brackets are also available: AN-37AG2 (Tilting) for 32" and 37" models, AN-52AG1 (Tilting) for 42", 46" and 52" models and AN-LCGWF (Flat) for 26", 32" and 37" models.

Feature List

  • 16:9 ASV LCD Panel from Sharp’s state-of-the-art Kameyama factory producing 6000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio and 6ms response time.
  • True 16:9 wide-screen aspect ratio with 1366 x 768 HDTV resolution.
  • Wide Viewing Angles (176°H x 176°W) Sharp's AQUOS viewing angles are so wide, you can view the TV clearly from practically anywhere in the room.
  • PC Input conveniently turns your TV into a PC monitor.
  • Enhanced Color Filter uses finer points to achieve higher throughput, enabling deeper, more vivid colors and 150% higher contrast ratio.
  • High Brightness (450 cd/m2) AQUOS LCD Televisions are very bright.You can put them virtually anywhere – even near windows,doors or other light sources – and the picture is still vivid.
  • Built-in ATSC / QAM / NTSC Tuners provide access to DTV and analog TV channels.*2

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Brand NameSharp
Item Weight43 pounds
Product Dimensions31.3 x 9.6 x 23.2 inches
Item model numberLC32D43U
Color NameBlack
  
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ASINB000MKUQBG
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Shipping Weight51 pounds
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Date First AvailableJanuary 23, 2007
  
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40 of 40 people found the following review helpful By One-Shot Scot on October 29, 2007
In my opinion, the Sharp LC-32D43U and LC-32D42U provide the best overall value for the money, when compared to comparably priced 720p native resolution LCD TVs.

I have owned the Sharp LC-32D42U for 4 months now and I couldn't be happier. The Sharp LC-32D42U and LC-32D43U 720p TVs are identical, with these exceptions: The 42U has a low-gloss frame with a silver base while the 43U has a high-gloss screen frame with a black base. (The 42U is a lower cost warehouse version and the 43U is a higher cost department store version.)

One downside to these Sharp TVs is that they reportedly do not do well deinterlacing or recognizing 3:2 pulldown when fed 1080i signals. However, when fed their native 720p signals, these TVs perform beautifully. Some reviews also mention subpar standard-definition 480i video processing (I rarely watch analog TV or VHS); fewer picture adjustments than many LCDs (this has not presented a problem for me); inability to change aspect ratios with HDMI sources (this won't bother purists who appreciate a movie director's intended aspect ratio). When fed a 720p signal from a cable or satellite box, HD reception looks great. (Sharp also recommends that the 720p output setting be used with Blu-Ray and HD players.) I have not experimented with the computer input, but most people report being satisfied with it.

In spite of its faults, the main attraction of these two Sharp LCDs is that they produce outstanding picture quality with 720p input: Deep blacks, vivid contrast, accurate colors and a very fast 6ms refresh rate which makes a big difference during fast motion scenes.
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41 of 42 people found the following review helpful By Not so Sharp on October 2, 2007
Make sure you carefully examine the picture using the actual unit you will buy, and if you are mail ordering it, make sure you have a good return policy that allows returns for screen defects. Sharp will NOT replace units that have even very noticeable flaws. I have a unit with a region of dim pixels the size of a pea, and they consider it to be 'within spec', and WILL NOT replace it. I made the mistake of taking it to the authorized repair facility, instead of returning it to the vendor immediately. It took them four weeks to finally shoot me down, by which time I could no longer return it to the vendor. Now I own a very expensive television that makes me angry every time I watch it. NICE JOB SHARP!!! They will definitely be at the bottom of my list for my next purchase. Too bad, I used to like their sets.
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34 of 36 people found the following review helpful By Franklin D. Ganaway on May 19, 2007
We have had our TV for about 3 weeks. At the time we made our purchase we thought we were getting a top of the line TV for considerably less than what we would have to pay locally. After installing it we had some issues which turned out to have nothing to do with the preformance of the TV. I was able to work out these issues by email. Sharp support via email is fast and to the point. They know their product and the issues customers are likely to face.

Shortly after our purchase I noticed the LC32D62U on the Amazon website which offered 1080p resolution. I had been told that the 1080p is quite a bit sharper. I tried hard to find the flaw in the LC32D43U but couldn't. I noticed the complaint of one reviewer about the time delay in going from a regular channel to a high definition channel or vice versa. I didn't see it. In the final analysis I have nothing to criticize about the LC32D43U. The picture is as sharp as any LCDTVs I have seen in the stores. The physical design is excellent. We use a component set up so do not depend on the TV speaker system. I have not seen a better deal for this quality anywhere else.
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13 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Eric on February 20, 2008
In terms of fundamental specs, the LC32D43U looks modest on paper compared to the 46" 1080p 120 khz monsters that the big box electronics companies want us to aspire to, but in the real world, this set provides a pleasingly vivid image that does serious justice to good sources. True, 32" looks deficient next to the monster sets on the Best Buy wall, but I was surprised at the great level of detail that this size gets you without squinting - as long as you're at an ideal distance (5-8 feet) you won't need to strain your eyes to see every whisker and wrinkle on a newscaster's face, every football player's number. Also, for those new to the HDTV shopping game, the 720p resolution is really indistinguishable from the more impressive sounding 1080p until you reach much larger sizes (and you have your hands on the rare media that actually takes advantage of such resolution). So while the basic specs don't impress, they should be more than adequate for 5 - 10 years of viewing without being leapfrogged by the Joneses... especially given the pleasing quality of this set's image.

Given high quality sources like a Blu Ray movie or fast-paced, high-res videogame like Burnout: Paradise City, I was impressed with how well the LC32D43U handled some of the more vexing issues LCDs face. With the fast pixel response time, fast action scenes didn't seem to cause any detectable blur. Black areas of the screen, while at times not quite as revealingly detailed as some of the most high-end sets, displayed a pleasingly deep shade of black. If you change the settings to the most mild color temperature, the color is impressively accurate, never begging the picky viewer to mess with the color settings...
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