SHARP LC40LE600E 40" AQUOS Full Screen LED TV 1080p £649.99 5 years warranty @ sharp... - HotUKDeals
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Log in to your AFFINITY sharp account add this item to basket and use CODE: 4050

Dont have a affinity account? goto google and type in 'sharp affinity code' try them 1 by 1 you WILL get 1 that works.

This is £763 in dixons! WITHOUT the much needed 5 years warranty.

LC40LE600E 40" AQUOS Full Screen LED Backlight
Full Screen LED backlight
Ultra Bright White LEDs
HD Ready 1080p
New X-GEN panel
Mega Contrast
Brilliant Colour Processor
Dolby Digital Plus Surround Sound
Mercury Free
Uses 40% less energy than traditional LCD TVs
3 HDMI Inputs
Eco Features
Screen size (inches) 40
HD technology HD Ready 1080p
X-gen Panel Yes
Crystal-clear Technology Yes
Diagonal visible screen size (cm) 102
Full-HD 1080P Yes
HD-ready Yes
Screen resolution (pixels) 1920 x 1080
Widescreen format 16:9
Dynamic Contrast Ratio Mega Contrast
Brightness (cd/m2) 450
Backlight system Full LED
Brilliant colour processor Yes
Digital Comb Filter (3D-Y/C) Yes

LAST ORDER DATE INTIME FOR XMAS IS 16TH DEC.
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#1
I got this email too....
#2
There are better sets around for the money. Just as it's LED doesn't mean it's super.
#3
but it does mean it uses less electricity....
1 Like #4
stave84
but it does mean it uses less electricity....


Yes, so? Most people buy a TV for a high quality picture, not to save the world.
#5
swampy_donkey;7195540
Yes, so? Most people buy a TV for a high quality picture, not to save the world.


Spot on.
banned#6
is this a good deal?
#7
This tele has been getting mild reviews, much better ooh the 42' panny in John Lewis for£699
#8
..and much much thinner :thumbsup:
#9
I was told by a bloke that works in richer sounds that sharp are using the same panels as pioneer and said they are very good for the price.
#10
swampy_donkey
Yes, so? Most people buy a TV for a high quality picture, not to save the world.


Good call.

Personally, my KRP500M also doubles as a radiator. :roll:
#12
jasonh1339
I was told by a bloke that works in richer sounds that sharp are using the same panels as pioneer and said they are very good for the price.


It might be that Sharp may have supplied Pioneer with LCD panels as I believe Pioneer only manufactured their own Plasma panels (unfortunately not any longer).
#13
stevieboy_uk
It might be that Sharp may have supplied Pioneer with LCD panels as I believe Pioneer only manufactured their own Plasma panels (unfortunately not any longer).


True. Pioneer were the best.
#14


Could be - the 700E gets a very good review at What Hifi -

http://www.whathifi.com/Review/Sharp-LC40LE700E/
#15
is this tv any good guys - is it worth spending my hard earned doh on this ?
#16
It is worth reading the review @ Trusted Reviews - they give both the good and the bad points of the set - for me the bad outweigh the good unfortunately.............

http://www.trustedreviews.com/tvs/review/2009/10/13/Sharp-Aquos-LC-40LE600E-40in-LED-Backlit-LCD-TV/p1
#17
nice find;-)
#18
Amazing deal!
#19


If your willing to spend another 100 quid for the 100hz you might aswell spend £150 and buy a Panasonic G15 and get 600hz!, plus this is an AMAZING television by anyone's standards.

There are far greater tvs in this price range than the one in this thread, but if LED is that important to anyone click away. :)
#20
Mala05
If your willing to spend another 100 quid for the 100hz you might aswell spend £150 and buy a Panasonic G15 and get 600hz!, plus this is an AMAZING television by anyone's standards.

There are far greater tvs in this price range than the one in this thread, but if LED is that important to anyone click away. :)


Could you please point out said tv's.

I'm looking for one for use with a PC (eg rules out plasmas due to image burn). Used for movies and Games.

Thanks
#21
Got to hate the way manufactures advertise their sets these days.

This is just a normal LCD driven via an Active matrix, still hase all the usual problems LCD's have other than the uneven back light.

Much better sets out there for the money.
#22
Tkrockeruk
Got to hate the way manufactures advertise their sets these days.

This is just a normal LCD driven via an Active matrix, still hase all the usual problems LCD's have other than the uneven back light.

Much better sets out there for the money.


Please tell me :)
#23
l33t-krew
Could you please point out said tv's.

I'm looking for one for use with a PC (eg rules out plasmas due to image burn). Used for movies and Games.

Thanks


I've used my PC on my Panny plasma for hours on end and never had image burn. Temporary image 'retention' yes but that disappears soon as you change channel for 30 secs or so.

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