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Sharp LC-GD1E Series LCD TV (32",37",45",65")

alaTest has collected and analyzed 20 reviews of Sharp LC-GD1E Series LCD TV (32",37",45",65"). The average rating for this product is 4.2/5, compared to an average rating of 4.2/5 for other TVs for all reviews. Comments about the connectivity and tuner are on the whole positive. The usability and design are also appreciated, but some have doubts about the color and reliability.

image quality, design, usability, tuner, connectivity

price, remote control, reliability, color

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other TVs the Sharp LC-GD1E Series LCD TV (32",37",45",65") is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 84/100 = Very good quality.

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Review analysis

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Sharp LC-45GD1E


Simple pans across stationary actors can cause distracting blur on many LCDs. Not here: Sharp's Quick Shoot technology makes sure of that. But what got us most excited was the reproduction of blacks, which are among the best we've seen on an LCD

Apr, 2005

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Sharp LC-37GD1E


Coming at us all slimmer than most and attractive in its titanium finish, the Sharp LC-32GD1E is very easy on the eye. Its futuristic, angular desktop stand and twin-curved speaker grille haven't exactly been beaten with the ugly stick either. In...

With high-definition pictures the LC-32GD1E also displays an impressive fine detail talent. Indeed, notwithstanding a touch of grain, it's one of the best highdefinition performers in the business

Mar, 2005

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Sharp LC-32GD1E


While everyone else became obsessed with plasma, Sharp quietly beavered on with its own pet project: LCD. And now, with LCD screens selling like hot cakes and threatening to banish plasma to the scrap heap, it's Sharp who's having the last laugh.

The Sharp's picture issues make reaching a conclusion tricky. In the end, it comes down to what you want an LCD for. If your screen is predominantly going to be used as a monitor for a DVD or high-def source, the LC-32GD1E has to be on your shortlist....

Jan, 2005

Expert review by: Guy Cocker (

Sharp LC32GD1E review


Sharp's LCD TVs are considered the best in the world, and while the range runs all the way up to 45-inches, this 32-inch model combines a decent-size screen with real-world pricing. If picture quality is your primary concern when buying a TV, then you...

Stylish design ; Peerless picture quality ; Integrated Freeview adaptor ; Wealth of connections

Freeview images and standard-definition sources look poor ; Box and TV require three cables to connect

Aural performance is exemplary. The speakers evoke real power, while providing the sort of treble detail that's essential for television and movie viewing alike. They can also go loud without distorting, and offer great vocal clarity, which really...

Jun, 2005

Expert review by: Kevin Miller (

Sharp LC-45GD1E review


If you must have a large-screen LCD, this one's a decent choice, although plasma does offer better value

Full 1080p native resolution ; Attractive styling ; Comprehensive connectivity ; Excellent feature package

Expensive ; Inconsistent colour ; Cannot fully resolve 1,920x1,080 high-def signals

Connectivity options are quite comprehensive. The external A/V controller houses all of the inputs and outputs and sends the signals to the panel via a proprietary cable with three connections (DVI for video, plus audio and control connectors). On the...

Mar, 2005

Product Specifications

Fascinating Home Cinema becomes even bigger, even more amazing, and even more luxurious. LCD TVs are heading for a field, which has been reserved to projectors so far. With the new 65-inch model, Sharp newly defines the absolute upper class of television. As a matter of course, the LC-65GD1E with full 1080i HDTV resolution of 1, 920 x 1, 080 pixels is HD-ready, since it incorporates a digital DVI-I interface with HDCP support as well as an analog component input. The Advanced Super View panel with Black-TFT low-reflection coating features a contrast ratio of 800: 1 and a brightness of 450 candelas per square meter.


2D to 3D Conversion: No
Application Store: No
Application Store (IPTV): No
DLNA certified: No
DVB-T2: No
DVD Player / Recorder: No
Electronic Program Guide (EPG): No
HbbTV: No
Loudspeakers: Yes
Media Player: No
PC Streaming: No
Picture and Text (PAT): No
USB Recording: No
Video-on-Demand (VoD): No
Web Browser: No
Web Content Access: No


CI Plus: No
DLNA certified: No
DVI Interface: Yes
Ethernet: No
Headphone Output: Yes
Memory Stick: No
PC Streaming: No
S-Video: Yes
Secure Digital Card: No
VGA / D-Sub Interface: No
WiFi Connectivity: No

Dimensions / Weight

VESA Mount:VESA 200 x 200


4K Upscaling: No
Frame Refresh Rate in Hz:50
Frequency:50 Hertz
Full HD:No / Yes
HD ready: Yes
LED Backlight: No
LED Technology: No

Energy Information

Energy Saving Trust Feature:No / Yes

General Features

3D: No
3D Ready: No
3D Technology:Not Applicable
Product Type:LCD
Screen Format:16:9
Type of Monitor:LCD