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Sagem Axium HD-L32T

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This is part of Sagem’s Axium range of affordable, HD Ready rear projection and LCD screens. The French company is better known for its mobile phone than televisions, but its range has impressed consumers and critics alike. This 32-inch model is a far better-looking version than its older, 27-inch model, the most striking feature being a very sleek glass desktop stand, which gives it an extremely classy look. Like the HD-L27, it can display photos from a memory card, packs Virtual Dolby Surround technolo…

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This is part of Sagem’s Axium range of affordable, HD Ready rear projection and LCD screens. The French company is better known for its mobile phone than televisions, but its range has impressed consumers and critics alike. This 32-inch model is a far better-looking version than its older, 27-inch model, the most striking feature being a very sleek glass desktop stand, which gives it an extremely classy look. Like the HD-L27, it can display photos from a memory card, packs Virtual Dolby Surround technology and is compatible with high-definition TV. HD compatibility is today increasingly important, now that both Sky and NTL are poised to begin HDTV broadcasts. It also sports updated styling and a handful of additional features.

The left panel has a small selection of inputs and a headphone jack, as well as a card slot for the photo viewer. The main TV controls are located on the right side panel of the screen. The photo viewer on the left panel is CompactFlash-compatible only. However, an adaptator has been provided which allows you to use SD, MMC, XD, Smart Media, Memory Stick and Memory Stick Pro cards too, which covers most digcam brands. The majority of the connections is towards the rear of the screen. There are two RGc scarts, one HDMI input for digital high-definitin video, one component video and one PC VGA input, along with all the necessary analogue audio connections. The settings are quite user-firendly, but not very technologically progressive. The picture quality, for eg., is as the picture quality which the Tv receives. There is an mpeg noise-reduction feature available in the picture menu, which doesn’t really make any significant impact. The picture quality is stable but not great – the dark areas are indistinct, but overall it is okay. The sound quality is similar to the picture quality – okay but not great. Its good for regular TV watching, but one must not expect too much else from it.

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