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Frederica Elbourne
Friday, December 14, 2012

FOR most homes around the country, the television screen and its immediate surrounding area is the social fulcrum for the family.

It's here that working parents settle for a while after a long day's honest work. This is where the whole family would often sit for a bit to watch telly, the news and maybe the New Zealand medical drama Shortland Street. It's all the more reason to have a television screen that doesn't make your eyes pop out as you strain it to see what's going on.

You will also need a screen that offers quality sound to prevent you from straining your ears as you try to make out what's been said.

The size of your television screen should be determined by the space of the room it will be in. D Gokals and Company has recently introduced the 70 inch Class screen from Sharp.

"Sharp once again reinforces its leadership in LCD and 3D LED technology. Sharp's proprietary quad pixel technology adds a fourth colour, yellow, to the traditional 3C pixel format, enabling many colours to be displayed for the first time. On the LC-70LE735X, this technology is enhanced further with Quad Pixel Plus, which produces smoother lines by enabling the individual control of all 8-million sub-pixels on the screen," D Gokals and Company said.

D Gokals and Company have a wide range of SHARP LCD and LED television screens - from 32 inch, 40 inch, 46 inch, 52 inch and 60 inch) at their Suva, Nadi stores as well as MH Homemaker Fiji-wide stores.





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