Sharp LC-32SB28UT Review

Sharp LC-32SB28UT Review » Ratings Guide
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Model Size MSRP 1080 Net Wi-Fi 3D Price Energy Design Best-

32″ $399 $13 4.4 3


Sharp LC-32SB28UT Review » Key Feature Ratings
Price The cost of this LCD TV is $13 per inch of screen size. This is less expensive than average and is priced in the bottom 8% of new TVs.
ENERGY STAR ENERGY STAR qualified. This HDTV uses about 40% less electricity than standard televisions.
Efficiency Estimated annual energy use is 4.4 kWh per inch of screen size. This TV is ENERGY STAR, but it is less efficient than your average ENERGY STAR TV.
Design Incorporates 3 key design features that make a difference. This HDTV has less key features than average and ranks in the bottom 13% of new TV designs.
Best-Seller This TV is not a top best-seller at a national store including Amazon, Best Buy, Sears, and Wal-Mart. – Sharp LC-32SB28UT Review
Resolution Equipped with 720p high-definition resolution. While this is not the highest resolution available, it may be adequate on smaller TVs or if you don’t need to connect a PC.
Side Inputs Includes side inputs that allow you to conveniently plug-in some devices without having to reach behind the TV.
LED Does not incorporate LED backlighting. LED technology is more expensive, but it saves on energy and allows the TV to be significantly thinner.
Local Dim Local dimming technology is only available on LCD televisions with LED backlighting.
Frame Rate Uses a standard 60 Hz (60 frames per second) which is adequate for many programs and movies, but you may experience slight motion blur during fast action scenes.
THX Like most HDTVs, this is not THX certified. THX generally indicates that the TV will have high-quality picture performance. – Sharp LC-32SB28UT Review
DLNA Not DLNA certified (Digital Living Network Alliance). DLNA promotes interoperability between electronic devices, which makes sharing digital content easier and more convenient.
3D This Sharp television is not 3D ready. 3D TVs allow you to view 3D content from select video games, Blu-ray discs, and programming, but are much more expensive.
Wi-Fi This Sharp HDTV is not Wi-Fi capable. You cannot wirelessly connect to your home-based internet network.
Internet Internet access is not available with this TV. You cannot view streaming internet videos, widgets, or applications that are available with many brands.
DVD Player Like most televisions, this Sharp TV does not have a built-in DVD or Blue-ray player. Most consumers purchase these items separately.
Depth This Sharp television has a thin profile with a depth of only 3.5″. Slim TVs are attractive and more suitable for wall mounting. – Sharp LC-32SB28UT Review
Frame Standard, multiple-level design with some space between the screen and the bezel. Single-level designs can provide a seamless look that is preferred by some consumers.
Speakers Speakers are rated at 10 watts of total output power, which is less than average. – Sharp LC-32SB28UT Review
HDMI Provides 4 HDMI inputs so that you can connect a cable box and other devices such as a DVD player, video game console, and PC.


Sharp LC-32SB28UT Review » Features & Specs
  • Screen Size Class: 32″ Class (31-1/2″ Diagonal)
  • Panel Type: Active Matrix (a-si TFT) LCD
  • 3D: No
  • Pixel Resolution: 1366 x 768
  • Viewing Angles: 176º H / 176º V
  • Audio System: 5W x 2
  • Tuning System: ATSC / QAM / NTSC
  • Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • Response Time: 8.5ms
  • Quattron™ quad pixel technology: No
  • Digital Audio Coaxial: 1 x
  • HDMI®: 4
  • HD Component: 2
  • Composite Video: RCA x 2
  • S-Video: 4-pin DIN x 1
  • Audio Inputs (L/R): RCA L/R X 4
  • PC: 1 (15-pin D-sub)
  • Power Consumption AC (watts): 109W
  • Power Source: 120V
  • Dimensions (wxhxd) (inches): 31-1/8″ x 20-3/4″ x 3-9/16″
  • Dimensions with Stand (wxhxd) (inches): 31-1/8″ x 22-7/16″ x 9-7/16″
  • Product Weight (lbs.): 21.4
  • Weight with Stand (lbs.): 24.7
  • Cabinet Color: Black
  • Limited Warranty: 1 year parts and labor from date of purchase
  • Remote Control: Yes
  • Table Stand: Yes
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