Sharp Aquos LC 32LE210E LED 1080P USB Timeshift LED TV £297.00 @ Asda instore - HotUKDeals
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Picked one up for the bedroom from Asda in Coventry Priced dropped to £397 and then further reduction £297 :)


LC32LE210E 32 Inch HD Ready LED Edge-lit LCD TV (Black)
32 inch HD ready 1080p LCD TV with Edge LED backlight, TIME SHIFT Ready via USB 1920x1080 Resolution, Freeview Built-in, 8 Days EPG, Brightness 400cd/m2, Viewing Angles 178°(H) & 178°(V), 6.5m/s Response Time, Dolby Digital Plus, 3xHDMI, 1xComponent, 1xScart, PC Input, Gloss Black Cabinet, VESA 200x100mm, 0.25W Stand-by Energy Consumption.
Features:
32 inch HD ready 1080p LCD TV with Edge LED backlight
TIME SHIFT Ready via USB
1920x1080 Resolution
Freeview Built-in
8 Day EPG
Brightness 400cd/m2
Viewing Angles 178°(H) 178°(V)
6.5m/s Response Time
Dolby Digital Plus
3xHDMI
1xComponent, 1xScart, PC Input
Gloss Black Cabinet
VESA 200x100mm
0.25W Stand-by Energy Consumption
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1 Like #1
http://img641.imageshack.us/img641/2658/dscf0427p.jpg
1 Like #2
not bad, sony deal @ m&S was better imo

btw i think you need something bigger than a £1.10 envelope to post it
1 Like #3
Here is the rather long detail which I copied from Argos description

Sharp LC32LE210E 32 Inch Full HD 1080p LCD LED TV.

Please note that the digital and Freeview features of this TV are not available in the Republic of Ireland

LCD with LED backlight TV:

Contemporary and slim design.
Brighter images and colours thanks to the LED backlight.
Time Shift technology allows you to pause and rewind live TV.
Television picture quality:

Full HD (1080p).
Integrated digital.
Freeview digital tuner.
32in (81cm) widescreen TV with 32in (81cm) visible screen size.
Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels.
50Hz.
Brightness 400cd/m2.
Contrast ratio 4000:1.
Response time 6.5ms.
Viewing angle 178/178 degrees.
Progressive scan.
Connectivity:

3 HDMI sockets.
1 SCART socket.
PC input socket.
Component video socket.
Composite.
Optical connection.
Headphone socket.
1 USB port.
Sound quality:

2 x 10 watts RMS power output.
Digital features:

Digitally interactive.
Digital text.
Digital audio broadcasting (DAB).
Digital video broadcasting (DVB) subtitles available.
Auto setup.
Now and next programme guide.
7 day electronic programme guide (EPG).
Top up TV compatible.
CI slot.
Additional features:

UHF/VHF tuner.
Sleep timer.
Child lock.
Picture and text.
Remote control batteries required 3 x AAA (included).
Size of TV H50.1, W78.7, D4.5cm.
Weight of TV 8.2kg (unpackaged).
Complete with tabletop stand.
Size of TV with stand H53.6, W78.7, D23.8cm.
Weight of TV with stand 9.6kg.
Suitable for wall mounting with a VESA 200 x 100mm bracket (bracket not included).
Energy efficiency information:

Energy efficiency index (EEI) 0.62.
On mode power consumption 85 watts.
Standby power consumption 0.25 watt.
Energy Saving Trust recommended.
#4
Going by my Samsung your eyes and your electricity bill will appreciate LED :)
#5
Why does it have PVR in the title? Can you record internally or onto a USB stick? I have been looking for a TV that could do this but was told at Currys before Christmas that no TVs can do this yet.
#6
I now changed it to timeshift Pause , rewind live TV meaning record ?

Not sure but I am sure someone here will explain the ins and outs of it I hope

CHEEPSTUFFRULES!
Why does it have PVR in the title? Can you record internally or onto a USB stick? I have been looking for a TV that could do this but was told at Currys before Christmas that no TVs can do this yet.
#7
Great price. :D
#8
Can you record internally or onto a USB stick? I have been looking for a TV that could do this but was told at Currys before Christmas that no TVs can do this yet.


You believed Curry's?? oO
Plenty of TVs can record to USB now.

Looks like a good price - heat added.
#9
CHEEPSTUFFRULES!
Why does it have PVR in the title? Can you record internally or onto a USB stick? I have been looking for a TV that could do this but was told at Currys before Christmas that no TVs can do this yet.

lol, proves that you shouldnt listen to currys staff doesnt it! I have a cheap evotel in one room and even that can record to usb!
#10
Wow, nice! oO

Edited By: roshambo on Jan 06, 2011 19:41
#11
The manual is available at:

http://www.tradenet.sharp.co.uk/tech/fromcorp.asp?ID=109383

It's a 12 meg pdf file.

There are two "time shift" functions; in the time shift function proper, you are permanently dumping the program you are watching to an external USB disk. You can rewind TV as long as you like, if you have a big enough hard disk. 24minutes per gig for SD; 7 minutes per gig for HD, Apparently, when you turn off the TV, or change channel, it dumps your data.

The USB record you have to set up - much like a traditional VCR. You tell it what you want to record, it records it, and it's there for you to watch forever.

You can "never" take the programs "away" (I'll bet!).

This sort of tech has existed for years now, I'm amazed it's taken manufacturers so long to put it in their products. Rights issues, perhaps?

Tim
#12
does the tv play mkv files????
#13
review of th TV: http://www.trustedreviews.com/tvs/review/2010/12/14/Sharp-Aquos-LC-32LE210E/p1
rated at 7/10 when the price was £415, so for £300 I would say it must be quite a bargain.
#14
Asda had this in begining of december for same price i brought 1 hot deal .
#15
royals
btw i think you need something bigger than a £1.10 envelope to post it


He's going to fold it in half though.
#16
Hang on - £1.10 for an envelope? What a rip-off!
#17
There were 3 large padded envelopes in the package though X)

Timbellina
Hang on - £1.10 for an envelope? What a rip-off!
1 Like #18
Will post later on to confirm as haven't had a time to set it all up to try yet

mickymcd
does the tv play mkv files????
#19
whats better this or the lg one from currys for 279?
#20
A word of warning. I bought a 22" Aquos about 2 months ago and am very disappointed with it. Hopefully, the bigger models may be better but I would make sure you have a good play with one before parting with your cash. 1) the software is very buggy, it only responds to the remote on about every 4th keypress 2) the EPG on my model insists on CHANGING CHANNEL every time you try so see what's on another channel 3) it annoyingly pops up at random around about 2 minutes after each switch on asking if you want to update channels (I haven't found any way to stop the nightly rescan) and of course it takes 4 keypresses to get it to cancel. Picture quality is good - as is the sound - but the usability is so poor that I tend to avoid watching it.
#21
3d coming out 2d tvs will be about as useful as a trowel
#22
3d coming out? When? oO

Masterchiefx2
3d coming out 2d tvs will be about as useful as a trowel


Edited By: koalauk on Jan 06, 2011 23:03
#23
How does this Sharp and this sony compares?

As I could have got this from sainsburys for £329
http://www.amazon.co.uk/Sony-KDL32EX403U-Widescreen-Internet-Freeview/dp/B003BVI49E/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1294355820&sr=1-1


can I get VAT back on this model?



Advice needed (_;)

Edited By: koalauk on Jan 06, 2011 23:21
#24
LOL Just realised VAT Back is all done and dusted but still would like to know if this sony is a better deal than the Sharp one

anyone?
1 Like #25
Masterchiefx2
3d coming out 2d tvs will be about as useful as a trowel
Why?

Because now that 3D TV's are available (and have been for a while), we will all suddenly find that 2D HD broadcasts become completely unwatchable and thus we will all feel obliged to follow our neighbour lemming like to our nearest retailer and buy a 3D TV?

The day we see true 3D TV images that negate the need for glasses and the majority of broadcasts in 3D, then 2D HD TV's may start to look a little dated.

Then there's the point to note that a trowel is a damn handy piece of kit. ;)
#26
USB 2.0
device
USB Memory, USB card reader, HDD
(Mass Storage class)
File system FAT / FAT32 / NTFS
Photo file
format
JPEG (*.JPE, *.JPG), BMP, PNG
Music file
format
MPEG1 (*.MP3), AAC / HE AAC (*.AAC,
*.M4A), PCM (*.WAV)
Bitrate: 32k, 40k, 48k, 56k, 64k, 80k,
96k, 112k, 128k, 160k, 192k, 224k,
256k, 320kbps
Sampling frequency: 32k, 44.1k, 48kHz
Video file
format
MPEG1/2 (*.MPG, *.MPE, *.MPEG,
*.VOB, *.DAT, *.TS, *.TRP), MPEG4 (*.AVI,
*.MOV, *.MP4, *.MKV), H.264 (*.AVI, *.TS,
*.TRP, *.MOV, *.MP4, *.MKV), DivX®
(*.DIVX, *.AVI, *.MP4), XviD (*.AVI, *.MKV)
Text file
format
TXT (*.TXT, *.SRT, *.SSA





mickymcd
does the tv play mkv files????
#27
Great to see LED (even backlit before anyone says) dropping. Some serious overtime needed though as I'm skint again for a couple of months now. Bah!?!
#28
CHEEPSTUFFRULES!
Why does it have PVR in the title? Can you record internally or onto a USB stick? I have been looking for a TV that could do this but was told at Currys before Christmas that no TVs can do this yet.

Ignore the advice of whoever gave you that in Currys, I had a similar situation at a local Comet in September, the bloke refused to believe that there was Television out there that could allow you to record to USB. We duly brought one from another place doing these, and have so far been well pleased, have even hooked it upto an external hard drive for recording stuff that we miss.
#29
bought this model from asda milton keynes with extra 10% staff discount. superb picture quality,far better than sony one which is in the bedroom now, mk store has more than 10 in stock
#30
teflbloke
Got chatting to a bloke in an LCD TV repair centre recently. (My sort of place, oscilloscopes and soldering irons all over the place.) I asked him which manufacturers had the best build quality. He said the definite number one was Sharp, but Samsung and Sony were quite solid too. He didn't rate LG and said most of the lesser-known manufacturers were pretty shoddy.

I've heard slightly differently from someone I know who works for an electronics company. Sony are very reliable, AOC reliable, but Samsung have psu issues.Don't know about Sharp.
#31
can we have bar code to try local stores
#32
check out my first post you ll find the product code in the picture

sandancroy1
can we have bar code to try local stores
#33
This deal isn't online so I think it will be a long shot to find it in store.
#34
Finally I got the time to set it all up

I can confirm Picture is Sharp ( do you see what I did there Muhaha) Menus are flawless and remote responds split second I can not fault it. Finish quality is excellent and it is sleek. Picture adjustments are rather basic over Samsung or Sony but various modes preset for a suitable watching experience.

Overall I am happy with it,
#35
Still same price and still stock in my local

Leamington Spa ASDA has last 5 remaining for the same price>>>

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