Despite plenty of features and mostly good picture quality, the Sharp LC-32GP1U's high price makes it difficult to recommend over similarly sized LCDs.
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The Sharp LC-32GP1U's high price makes it difficult to recommend over similar-size LCDs, despite plenty of features and a generally good picture quality.
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