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Sharp 21HS50

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      06.08.2003 16:58

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      Got my TV set from Comet for £111 (saving £49) as it was a display model and was awaiting a remote control. (They'll send the remote within a week.) This replaces my 24inch Panasonic which was damaged while moving houses. TUNING: Set it up using the buttons on the front - MANUAL TUNING of the channels was quite straight forward. PICTURE: The PICTURE is excellent and much better than other televisions around. I think Japanese teles are much superior to their European counterparts. (I might be a bit biased here, having owned a Sharp, a Sony and 2 Panasonic TVs but I pretty much believe in that.) SOUND: Was a bit disappointed to see NO HEADPHONE SOCKET. I'm used to using them with my Yamaha speakers and they have the ability to make even a crappy TV sound great. This shouldn't be a problem as I'm buying a FreeView box soon and will connect its audio output to my speakers. Having said that, the NICAM STEREO SOUND on the set itself is not too bad. There are a few settings to choose from and I'm sure one of them will fit the bill. I'll play with them once I get the remote. CONNECTIONS: Only one SCART socket - at least another one would've been better especially as this is a new(ish) model. Also, there are no AV sockets which would've come in handy to connect a camcorder. However, my VCR has AV and two Scart connections so I can live with that. SUMMARY: So overall, the TV is fine - good picture, nice sound and easy on the eyes. Sharp hasn't tried to place the speakers on either side of the screen to make the TV look wider - this keeps the physical size of the TV down so it is easily portable. Will update the page if something changes my (re)view.

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