Sharp 46" LED HD TV 1080p 100Hz £359.99 @ B&M - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play
293Expired

Sharp 46" LED HD TV 1080p 100Hz £359.99 @ B&M

shariifi Avatar
2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago
I think it is a good deal for 46 inch LED TV.

Slim line design
Screen size 117 CM (46")
1080p Full HD
Active motion 100Hz
Deal Tags:
More From B&M Retail:
×
Get the Hottest Deals Daily
Stay informed. Once a day, we'll send you the deals our members voted as the best.
Failed
shariifi Avatar
2y, 2m agoFound 2 years, 2 months ago
Options

All Comments

(19) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
I don't think Sharp TV's are rated at all highly - may be better to spend a little more and buy better?

Not voted as it's a good price for those not able to stretch a bit further .....

Edited By: MrRee on Jul 01, 2014 21:43
#2
MrRee
I don't think Sharp TV's are rated at all highly - may be better to spend a little more and buy better?

Not voted as it's a good price for those not able to stretch a bit further .....

what are you talking about sharp are probably one of the better ones , made in japan


has this for just over 2 years http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sharp-aquos-lc40le831-full-hd-40-led-3d-tv-360-00-makro-1181472?utm_source=Thread%2BSubscription&utm_medium=email&utm_content=1181472&utm_campaign=Comment%2BUpdate

still a excellent tv compared to whats out and about at the moment and the price was good too considering 3d tv's of that size are still around that price

would reccomend a sharp to anyone, also more money doesn't always reperesent quality



Edited By: ando on Jul 01, 2014 21:59: ...
#3
ando
MrRee
I don't think Sharp TV's are rated at all highly - may be better to spend a little more and buy better?

Not voted as it's a good price for those not able to stretch a bit further .....

what are you talking about sharp are probably one of the better ones , made in japan


has this for just over 2 years http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/sharp-aquos-lc40le831-full-hd-40-led-3d-tv-360-00-makro-1181472?utm_source=Thread%2BSubscription&utm_medium=email&utm_content=1181472&utm_campaign=Comment%2BUpdate

still a excellent tv compared to whats out and about at the moment and the price was good too considering 3d tv's of that size are still around that price

would reccomend a sharp to anyone, also more money doesn't always reperesent quality



I agree, I would say Sharp are one of the bigger brands like Samsung, Sony etc. They've got a lot of history with LCD screens so they defiantly know what they're doing and even have more high tech screens for those that can afford them. Mind you I find Vestle are perfectly fine haven't had a problem with 2 Vestle TV's that we've owned for about 6 years now (touch wood). :)
#4
If it's not a Vestel and is genuinely manufactured by Sharp, then it's a bloody good deal. Makes a nice change from the usual 50Hz stuff you see in this price bracket. Wonder how many they actually have though.
#5
banjax
If it's not a Vestel and is genuinely manufactured by Sharp, then it's a bloody good deal. Makes a nice change from the usual 50Hz stuff you see in this price bracket. Wonder how many they actually have though.

think your confusing sharp with toshiba, never known sharp to shove vestel inside well the higher end ones i've had anyway

reading now it seems they may do, or not seems they had a hand in the CRTS


Edited By: ando on Jul 01, 2014 22:59
#6
from reading again, if it is a aquos led model it is made by sharp and not a rebadge heres the spec page anyway

http://www.sharp.co.uk/cps/rde/xchg/gb/hs.xsl/-/html/product-details.htm?product=LC46LD266K&cat=111

Edited By: ando on Jul 02, 2014 09:57: Enter a reason...
#7
MrRee
I don't think Sharp TV's are rated at all highly - may be better to spend a little more and buy better?

Not voted as it's a good price for those not able to stretch a bit further .....


They're rated quite well by most people... But my Sharp TVbroke in just over 12 months... A few days after year the warranty had ended. To fix it the repair centre price was more than the initial cost of the TV.

Personally I'd give it a miss :p
#8
With all the deals you can get with a 5 year warranty I really wouldn't get a new TV without
#9
TVs are so so cheap now that its just worth buying the best IMO and Sharp are nowhere near the best.
#10
http:/****/1k6Dr4c

£349 @ richer sounds + free 5 year warranty.

BRRRR
#12
I bought two sharp tv's both the same model and had one in the lounge and one in the bedroom, both stopped working after coming out of guarantee and the problems trying to get them fixed was crazy, one had the power button problem many discuss through the internet and the other had a problem with the screen flickering . I know from experience that when they send technicians out they replace motherboards almost as a first step in diagnostics, and the cost is crazy, obviously.

When i tried to get the power button fixed i was quoted half the price i paid for the tv and back then it was over £1000 . i would never touch a Sharp again and suspect that is why you do not see many on hotukdeals as people are very wary of them or should i say people that have owned one before.

Yes they have reasonable picture quality but the lack of reliability is enough to avoid them like the plague.

I have a Samsung at the moment but really wish i could find a decent quality high quality tv or even a display that is not too expensive as i use a hd free-view box and do not need a tuner built in if i can get a quality screen.....any suggestions?.
#13
MrRee
I don't think Sharp TV's are rated at all highly - may be better to spend a little more and buy better?

Not voted as it's a good price for those not able to stretch a bit further .....


I have one of the early Sharp LCD models (Aquos LC30HV4E) and even though it's 720p the picture is STILL one of the clearest I've ever seen. It must be almost 15 years old and I negotiated it down to £1.6k, which was a steal at the time.

I'd have an Aquos in an instant.
#14
Sharp haven't been "one of the better" brands for some time. Would much rather a Sony, Samsung or panasonic for similar money.

The lack of any real reviews of this set says it all really.
#15
How can us non-techies find out when a TV is manufactured by themselves or Vestel/UMC?
#16
MrRee
I don't think Sharp TV's are rated at all highly - may be better to spend a little more and buy better?

Not voted as it's a good price for those not able to stretch a bit further .....
you obviously have been on that well known torture device . The Rack
#17
Good find, I could be tempted to upgrade my bog standard 32" TV that cost the same just a few years ago
#18
GothBoy
MrRee
I don't think Sharp TV's are rated at all highly - may be better to spend a little more and buy better?

Not voted as it's a good price for those not able to stretch a bit further .....

I have one of the early Sharp LCD models (Aquos LC30HV4E) and even though it's 720p the picture is STILL one of the clearest I've ever seen. It must be almost 15 years old and I negotiated it down to £1.6k, which was a steal at the time.

I'd have an Aquos in an instant.

Times have moved on in 15 years .......
banned#19
NOW @ £299.99

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!