ASDA - Sharp LC40LE600E 40" Full HD LED TV with £100 Cashback + Quidco?? = £599.71 if ordered before Xmas - HotUKDeals
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Stonkingly cheap LED tv, 40"

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Sharp's new LCD TV with full screen LED backlighting has hundreds of LEDs arranged in rows to cover the entire screen, from corner to corner. The Full HD LCD screen benefits enormously from the LED backlight, meaning colours are brighter and more vibrant whilst the blacks are deeper resulting in more fine details in darker pictures. The new X-GEN panel with its wider pixel aperture design allows for visually brighter images whilst the Brilliant Colour Processor helps the precise expression of colours.

All this is contained within an environmentally conscious design with an ECO button, Low Power Consumption, Mercury free and an intelligent ECO Picture Control built in.

This is a brilliant TV for anyone keen on high definition movies and gaming
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cold votes please explain....

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/554205/sharp-lc40le600e-40-aquos-full-scre - Reached 78 degrees...
suspended#2
Voted hot from me. Done a small google search and prices vary from £614 to £825 so good find from me
#3
jasonodell
cold votes please explain....

http://www.hotukdeals.com/item/554205/sharp-lc40le600e-40-aquos-full-scre - Reached 78 degrees...


I dunno. Seems hot to me for a LED back-lit set. :thinking:
#4
Great price for an LED TV, however this one isnt as thin as the Samsung / LG, HOT nevertheless.
suspended#5
You could put the company name in the title. It might help
#6
dyl6035
You could put the company name in the title. It might help


cheers ;)
#7
Zuulan
I dunno. Seems hot to me for a LED back-lit set. :thinking:


i think people are confusing with an L 'C' D instead of LED
#8
was going to get the richer sounds samsung 40"lcd at £449. How good is this TV is it worth the £150 extra?
#9
havnt seen the two reviews to compare, but theres a clear difference between LCD's and LED's from what i saw in John Lewis a few days ago
suspended#10
LED's have a sharper display than normal LCD. Also jasonodell has kindly put in some info such as the eco button and such. I don't know how the eco button would work but id say it will have a cheaper long term cost
#11
Hot. Cheap for a branded LED tv surely?
#12
seems good enough but you gotta remember sony is coming out with new 3d compatible tvs soon so...
suspended#13
Well i think so. For a sony BRAVIA you are looking at around £2000 for a 40 inch LED tv. Yea but you need sky + HD for the 3d televisions or i don't know another company that will do 3d
#14
jasonodell
i think people are confusing with an L 'C' D instead of LED


they are both LCD, the only difference is the backlighting is LED.

Proper OLED TV isn't available in a size large enough for a living room, and when it is - ££££££££
#16
a complete bargain for the price its a no brainer
banned#17
Not bad at all.
#18
Too thick and picture not as good as the samsungs
#19
It isnt an LED TV it's only got an LED backlight.
#20
#21
mccririck
It isnt an LED TV it's only got an LED backlight.


Err, yes, that's what an LED TV is.

LED Televisions differ from a standard LCD TV by using L.E.D's (Light Emitting Diodes) as backlights instead of CCFL (Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lighting) tube backlights. The use of LED's as either a full backlight array or edge lighting allows the TVs to be much thinner than standard LCD televisions.

Are you confusing with OLED?
suspended#22
Is there a better 40 incher at this price?
#23
HOT HOT HOT. I was looking at the samsung. 40" minimum requirement, this seems good deal. although id have to check it out in life first for picture and thickness.

LEDs TV only recent and people going on about 3D tvs.
Plus a SONY 3D tv will be expensive and plus you have to wear stupid 3d glasses and also, hardly nothing will actually use the 3D feature anyway (just look how long HD is taking to go mainstream). Prob 2011, possible 2012 before 3d is mainstream?
#24
some heavy discounting on this tv as just seen in tesco homeplus for 799.99 but with 7000 extra points =8600 points in all. so worth quite a bit in deals if you want them. £344 to be precise.
#25
Wicked Lester
Err, yes, that's what an LED TV is.

LED Televisions differ from a standard LCD TV by using L.E.D's (Light Emitting Diodes) as backlights instead of CCFL (Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lighting) tube backlights. The use of LED's as either a full backlight array or edge lighting allows the TVs to be much thinner than standard LCD televisions.

Are you confusing with OLED?


No it's an LED backlit LCD TV. To say it's an LED TV is completely misleading.
#26
mccririck
No it's an LED backlit LCD TV. To say it's an LED TV is completely misleading.


Completely agree with that! The screen itself is not made up of LED's just the light. The tv still uses LCD technology!

Its like calling "normal" lcds 'Fluorescent tvs'.
#27
marvaluss
Great price for an LED TV, however this one isnt as thin as the Samsung / LG, HOT nevertheless.


Why would you choose samsung or lg over sharp? Dispite always taking out 5 years warranty with sharp tvs ive owned before they never break. Cant say the same about samsungs though. Lg's i would say worst of the 3.
#28
aurora
Hot. Cheap for a branded LED tv surely?


Really?

I wish people would realise these are just LCDs with a different type of backlight
#29
stezo2k
Really?

I wish people would realise these are just LCDs with a different type of backlight


I wish people would stop trying to always have the 'last word' arguing over such trivial matters.

It's an LED backlit TV...big wow.

Are plasma TV's better? :w00t: :santa:
#30
Sharp LED TVs have a 5 year warranty as standard.
#31
Hopefully this helps:

"LED TVs are technically a member of the LCD TV family. The display screen on a LED is a liquid crystal display the same as it is on any other LCD TV. The main difference between the two lies with different backlighting techniques which may change the picture quality characteristics dramatically."
#32
Bobo
Are plasma TV's better? :w00t: :santa:


Yes, they are :)
#33
cubed
Sharp LED TVs have a 5 year warranty as standard.



Asda state 1yr and the sharp website states 5yr but only if you buy direct
#34
Good price for LED TV, personally I would wait longer and then get a Samsung / Sony at a reasonable price in the new year. I could have picked this up for £580 a month back i.e ( £680 - £100 cashback ). I have been looking around for decent LED and would advise to wait a bit longer.
banned#35
mccririck;7306975
No it's an LED backlit LCD TV. To say it's an LED TV is completely misleading.

totally agree. So many people are gonna get taken in by this blatant marketing con thinking they have a cutting edge OLED when in fact they're just buying a backlit LCD tv.
#36
I saw this TV playing a demo film in the local Tesco home, the picture quality was simply stunning! Even compared to the 'flourescent' LCD TV next to it playing the same source, it was a good deal better.

It's getting harder and harder to resist getting on the slippery path to HD...
banned#37
Bobo;7308027
I wish people would stop trying to always have the 'last word' arguing over such trivial matters.

It's an LED backlit TV...big wow.

Its actually an LED backlit LCD TV ;-)

Bobo;7308027
Are plasma TV's better? :w00t: :santa:

Oh yes! :thumbsup:
#38
jayjayuk1234
Yes, they are :)


but not for gaming
#39
For those who find the term "LED" confusing when used to mean LED-backlit...
... please refrain from breeding as you are clearly to stupid to risk populating the earth the people like you.

TVs using true OLED technology for the image itself will be called OLED TVs. There is no such thing as a TV using LEDs for the picture itself as you could never make an LED small enough to be the pixel in an HD tv.

The point is LED backlit TVs have 2 different advantages depending on HOW they are backlit.
- Edge lighting allows the TV to be much thinner, and there is SOME ability to reduce lighting in darkened areas of the screen.
- LED matrix backlighting has the LEDs used in an array behind the LCD so can be individually dimmed for deep blacks in dark area even with bright areas adjacent to it.

The who reason for buying the SHARP LED Tvs is they do use the full array, and not just edge backlit. So yes the samsungs are thinner, but they lose the big benefit of LED backlighing which to me is the ability to dim them for deeper blacks.

Have a look at the LE700E though... more expensive but better reviews.
#40
stezo2k
Really?

I wish people would realise these are just LCDs with a different type of backlight


You are missing the point entirely.

It is cheap for an "LED TV". It doesn't matter that it is an LCD TV backlit using LEDs. The general accepted terminology for LED backlit LCD TVs is...."LED TV" whether you like it or not.

I don't think anyone is getting confused about what sort of TV this is as there isn't a different sort truly made from LEDs that it could get confused with.

Bargain price.

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