Sharp 80" LED Backlit TV £4079 delivered @PowerDirect - HotUKDeals
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Cheapest price for this, or any other TV of this size for that matter.

Specs:

80" HD-Ready 1080p Freeview HD tuner built-in
LCD TV with FULL LED backlight, 4 x HDMI input
100Hz with film dejudder, AQUOS NET + Internet Access
Media player via home network (DLNA) or USB
USB Timeshift+ for easy digital TV programme recording

Now everyone can afford a 203 cm (80) TV! The Sharp AQUOS LE646 makes it possible for more people to enjoy the pleasure of having a big screen TV at home.
Sharps new ultramodern Sakai production plant in Japan is designed to produce large LCD panels with minimal material consumption and environmental impact. Efficiency and cutting edge technology enable production of high quality screens at very competitive prices.
The LC80LE646 comes with AQUOS NET+ and media player capabilities. The new Timeshift+ function not only lets you pause the current program, but lets you program a recording for later viewing.
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#1
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#2
Are we going for who can post the biggest TV set on HUKD atm? ;)

'Now everyone can afford a 203 cm TV!' - At over £4k I highly doubt it! lol

Edited By: Mikey91 on Apr 06, 2012 20:59
#3
http://www.sharp.co.uk/cps/rde/xbcr/gb/productimages/img-P-lcd-tv-LC-80LE645E-sharp-total-side-and-top-view-1-960.jpg
1 Like #4
This would actually take up one entire wall up of my uni bedroom (forgetting that the door is there as well) lol
1 Like #6


103"?! You'd need a room the size of a cinema to fit that in your house! lol
#7
Mikey91


103"?! You'd need a room the size of a cinema to fit that in your house! lol

Just to say i cant afford that and i don't have it,but i saw this on one of my fav blogs.
#8
Oooooooh daddy!
#9
I paid just over 25k for my panasonic 103inch plasma... and its been giving me so many problems.... you are getting a lot of bang for your buck... but 4k and 8k displays will be round the corner, so best to hold out for one of them...
2 Likes #10
crazymonkey
I paid just over 25k for my panasonic 103inch plasma... and its been giving me so many problems.... you are getting a lot of bang for your buck... but 4k and 8k displays will be round the corner, so best to hold out for one of them...


you should change your name to crazy-money...due to thats what you spent when you paid £25k for a telly,
7 Likes #11
bencotucker
Why is this getting cold??

Typical members who can not afford it voting cold!!!

Go watch your 14" crt. i'll kick back and watch an 80" led :)


You wouldn't be on this website if you had 4k to waste on a TV
#13
I think I would struggle to get that in my house. oO

Would take up nearly a full wall.
6 Likes #14
crazymonkey
I paid just over 25k for my panasonic 103inch plasma... and its been giving me so many problems.... you are getting a lot of bang for your buck... but 4k and 8k displays will be round the corner, so best to hold out for one of them...


Thats what they said about OLED about 2 or 3 years ago. So far the only mainstream display to have OLED is the PS Vita...and thats about 4 inches wide.

I cant see how 4K TVs will take off. Very little can be or will be broadcasted in that resolution. Blu Rays are 1080p and simply wont fit 4k on the disc. Downloading a 4k movie from the internet will take about a week. For gaming, the next gen consoles will struggle to hit 1080p let alone 4k. Moreover, trying to watch standard def tv on these sets will be a horror show with the amount of upscaling. Why cant people just be satisfied with 1080p and 60 inch sets or lower?!
#15
thanks! just what I wanted !!
1 Like #16
Change_Me
bencotucker
Why is this getting cold??

Typical members who can not afford it voting cold!!!

Go watch your 14" crt. i'll kick back and watch an 80" led :)


You wouldn't be on this website if you had 4k to waste on a TV


Is because of all the money I saved through using this site, that I can afford £4k to buy this TV!
#17
length - 73 inches oO... my entire length is only 68 inches :(
4 Likes #18
Just get a projector. It cost me less than £1000 for my Full HD projector, 84" screen and sound system.
#19
miketraves
length - 73 inches oO... my entire length is only 68 inches :(

5ft 8"
#20
HOLY MOTHER OF GOD!
#21
So this is cheaper than the Panasonic?
#22
look A great tv but for 4k you can get 4x60inch same models as they are only 950 each. i would rather have a 60 in each room then 20 inch bigger tv for 3k extra.heat added anyway as still a good find
#23
I so wish I had a tv this size, but at the moment I am using a projector at 130" but it lacks in quality compared to a tv, but is 1/10th the price :)
#24
You could probably count the pixels...
2 Likes #25
bencotucker
Why is this getting cold??

Typical members who can not afford it voting cold!!!

Go watch your 14" crt. i'll kick back and watch an 80" led :)


Don't you find it odd someone who boasts about affording 4k tv's also buys 2nd hand wii games from here?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/for-sale-trade/fs-wii-zelda-skyward-sword-1179268
1 Like #26
hero2zer0
bencotucker
Why is this getting cold??

Typical members who can not afford it voting cold!!!

Go watch your 14" crt. i'll kick back and watch an 80" led :)


Don't you find it odd someone who boasts about affording 4k tv's also buys 2nd hand wii games from here?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/for-sale-trade/fs-wii-zelda-skyward-sword-1179268


LOL over half the people on this site are one the dole, when anything like this is on here I can't help but laugh. We should email the site and ask if one person from here has bought this - if they would give us that info, they would so say no.
#27
hero2zer0
bencotucker
Why is this getting cold??

Typical members who can not afford it voting cold!!!

Go watch your 14" crt. i'll kick back and watch an 80" led :)


Don't you find it odd someone who boasts about affording 4k tv's also buys 2nd hand wii games from here?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/for-sale-trade/fs-wii-zelda-skyward-sword-1179268


I think he was being sarcastic mate, I don't think for one minute he was implying that he really did own the tv. lol

I think he reeled you in.
#28
spookidoodles
hero2zer0
bencotucker
Why is this getting cold??

Typical members who can not afford it voting cold!!!

Go watch your 14" crt. i'll kick back and watch an 80" led :)


Don't you find it odd someone who boasts about affording 4k tv's also buys 2nd hand wii games from here?

http://www.hotukdeals.com/for-sale-trade/fs-wii-zelda-skyward-sword-1179268


LOL over half the people on this site are one the dole, when anything like this is on here I can't help but laugh. We should email the site and ask if one person from here has bought this - if they would give us that info, they would so say no.


And how would the retailer know if the person was a member on here exactly?
1 Like #29
crazymonkey
I paid just over 25k for my panasonic 103inch plasma... and its been giving me so many problems.... you are getting a lot of bang for your buck... but 4k and 8k displays will be round the corner, so best to hold out for one of them...


Course you did Tyrone....
#30
Think i will stick to my 52" Bravia uses 100w on average compared to 1.5kw for this..
#31
Ordered 1 thanks op, will be great in my bedroom ceiling
#32
crazymonkey
I paid just over 25k for my panasonic 103inch plasma... and its been giving me so many problems.... you are getting a lot of bang for your buck... but 4k and 8k displays will be round the corner, so best to hold out for one of them...


Step 1: buy a projector
Step 2: set zoom to 103"
Step 3: ????profit
#33
4k for an 80 incher ? It's a snip ! Might get one for the bedroom lol .
#34
Buy this for 4K or get this lot

Samsung ps51d550 £650
Epson EH-TW3200 £880
Electric Home Cinema Screen £220
Onkyo A/V receiver and surround sound speakers £900

£2650

I know where i'd rather spend my money....


Edited By: mmacarthur on Apr 07, 2012 09:02: to make more sense
#35
Blimey!

You'll see one in every Council House up and down the country.

X)X)
#36
I saw this TV in the States last year and its impact on first viewing is spectacular! The sheer size of it was incredible. They were showing the new Star Trek movie in HD and it was absolutely stunning. I spent a few hours messing with the set and I liked what I saw although it was not perfect (and certainly not as good as for example the Pioneer Kuro but hey, we're talking 80inches here!!). But..... I'd say a projector such as the JVC or latest Epson series will display a much better picture (for which you need a screen obviously) and may be more practical but for sheer impact the Sharp was very nice indeed! The price is incredible, I'd expect it to fall though. The price in the States was $4500 (around £2900 !!!).

4k and 8k are years away for the average consumer, there certainly won't be any 4k terrestial or satellite consumer broadcasts for quite a while nevermind 8k.


Edited By: BorisBlank on Apr 07, 2012 08:56
#37
Just bought 4. Thanks OP
1 Like #38
OK for a bedroom I suppose.
#39
en3sge
crazymonkey
I paid just over 25k for my panasonic 103inch plasma... and its been giving me so many problems.... you are getting a lot of bang for your buck... but 4k and 8k displays will be round the corner, so best to hold out for one of them...


Thats what they said about OLED about 2 or 3 years ago. So far the only mainstream display to have OLED is the PS Vita...and thats about 4 inches wide.

I cant see how 4K TVs will take off. Very little can be or will be broadcasted in that resolution. Blu Rays are 1080p and simply wont fit 4k on the disc. Downloading a 4k movie from the internet will take about a week. For gaming, the next gen consoles will struggle to hit 1080p let alone 4k. Moreover, trying to watch standard def tv on these sets will be a horror show with the amount of upscaling. Why cant people just be satisfied with 1080p and 60 inch sets or lower?!


Why will next gen struggle to hit 1080p? You will see 2160 for PS4 according to rumours, one of the more believable ones IMO
#40
I remember paying £1700 for a 42" Panasonic 6 years ago, give it another 6 years and we'll all be buying 80 inch sets for a grand.

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