back to article Evesham 26in Alqemi V and VX HD TVs

Evesham is rapidly building a rep for releasing inexpensive but decent low-cost LCD TVs, and its Alqemi line is leading the way. The range stretches from flat-friendly 26 inchers right up to palace-perfect 42in models, but we decided to audition its two cheapest: the Alqemi V and the Alqemi VX. While both screens are identical …

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6 years and counting...

It's too early anyway, but it amazes me that 6 years after buying my current telly (Sony KV29FX60, 4:3) I cannot find a replacement that comes near the old CRTs picture quality. It's the same old thing after many generations of LCD technology - blacks that are more like dark blue, harsh whites, slow tuners, poor UIs etc. etc. I'm going ot wait until there has been real progress. Maybe SEDs are the answer?

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Maybe poorly set up at the factory?

The last two TVs I bought left the factory maladjusted (both for geometry and colour). My small sample may be unrepresentative, but I would not be surprised to find that if access to the engineer set-up on the sets was available one could obtain identical and satisfactory colours on both Evesham models.

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Watt?

In the interest of Greenness, and saving

some pounds off our electric bills, could you not supply

the power consumption of these things as well as the price?

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The traditional cry rings out...

Did you try DVD upscaling, and how good was it, and what DVD player did you uuuuuse?

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