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The Sanyo DP26640 is a low-end 26" 720p LCD HDTV with Energy Star Certification.

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Easy setup and programming for those who aren't particularly tech savvy

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Wide variety of inputs for almost any type of device

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Great black levels and color for a TV of this size and price range

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Not the best sound quality

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Remote is a little small and some may find the buttons difficult to use

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The Sanyo DP26640 is a low-end 26" 720p LCD HDTV with Energy Star Certification. Its variety of inputs allows for a broad range of digital and analogue devices to be connected simultaneously while its 6.5ms response time reduces blurring and ghosting during fast action scenes. Additionally, the DP26640 features a 3000:1 contrast ratio with a dynamic contrast option which can be turned on or off in the menu.

The DP26640 sports a variety of connections, including: 2 HDMI inputs, 1 VGA (PC) input, 2 component inputs, 1 composite input, 1 coaxial digital audio output and 1 USB port which allows for direct photo viewing. This variety of connection inputs allows the user to integrate new technology like a Blu-ray player into their media setup as well as older analogue equipment (VCR) while its VGA port allows the DP26640 to be used as a computer monitor. Its 6.5ms response time allows the DP26640 to better handle fast movement, reducing blurring and ghosting and making it more suitable for sports, action movies and video games. Meanwhile, the DP26640's 3000:1 contrast ratio provides dark blacks and bright whites while its dynamic contrast option can further darken blacks depending on personal preference.

  • 26" LCD panel with a 1366x768 native resolution
  • Energy Star certified
  • 3000:1 contrast ratio with dynamic contrast option
  • 6.5ms response time
  • Connectivity: 2x HDMI, 1x VGA (PC), 2x component, 1x composite, 1x coaxial digital audio and 1x USB
  • Viewing angles: 176 (H) x 176 (V)
  • Integrated Digital Clear QAM ATSC + Analog NTSC Tuner
Post Review
Tyler Schmidt
08/17/2010 11:49

I'm using a 2007-era Macbook to output video to my DP26640 with a Mini-DVI to VGA adapter. The TV's default resolution is 1360x768, which looks good except it cuts off about 20-30 pixels each on the top, bottom, left, and right sides. When I turn it down to 1280x720 I have the same problem, and when I turn it down to 1024x768, it captures the whole screen but is stretched. Any ideas on how to fix this??

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