Sceptre releases new 40″ LCD TV


If you have not yet made the jump over to the world of flat screen TVs and are rockin’ it out in the last century with a chunky old CRT, then you might be interested in what Sceptre has on offer at the moment – a spanking new stereo inspired 40″ LCD FullHD 1080P TV that sports SRS TruSurround XT and TruVolume. It will come encased in an elegant ultra glossy black design, sporting new surround sound technology in order to re-create an expansive three dimensional sound field so that viewer experience and enjoyment are enhanced.

This will also be the latest addition to Sceptre’s range of design oriented and environmentally friendly HDTVs, making it the ideal candidate for those who want to make an upgrade from what they have (a 32″ model in your living room, perhaps?) without having to take out a new mortgage on your home. This 40″ LCD TV is touted to deliver a similar attention to detail compared to pricier units, including its fingerprint-magnet glossy black finish and a swivel base that increases flexibility and its space saving wall mounting capability.

Throwing in SRS TruSurround XT and TruVolume will ensure your ears enjoy 3D sound, while it also does away with background noise, with benefits including an increase in dialogue clarity and optimized bass for an enhanced home theater experience.

Boasting a couple of 10 Watt speakers with a 7-Band equalizer, a 90,000:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio, a quartet of HDMI ports, 1.07 Billion Colors, and a solitary USB port, this is flexible and powerful enough for you to watch a movie or to make it as a secondary (albeit large) computer monitor. Retailing for $599.99, would you be willing to part with that amount of cash? Apart from Sceptre, what other budget-friendly TVs would you recommend to the rest of our readers which offer above average performance?

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