Sharp LC40LE600E 40in Full HD Digital LED-LCD TV - Free Delivery £499.99 @ Argos - HotUKDeals
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LCD with LED backlight TV:
* Mega contrast delivers images with incredible depth.
* LED backlight and advanced picture engine delivers true-to-life images.
* Up to 40% less energy consumption than standard LCD TVs.
Television picture quality:
* Full HD (1080p).
* Integrated digital.
* Freeview digital tuner.
* 40in (101cm) widescreen (101cm) visible screen size.
* Resolution 1920 x 1080 pixels.
* 50Hz.
* Brightness 450cd/m2.
* Contrast ratio 2000000:1 (dynamic).
* Viewing angle 176/176 degrees.
* Progressive scan.
Connectivity:
* 3 HDMI sockets.
* 2 SCART sockets.
* Component video socket.
* Composite.
* Optical connection.
* Headphone socket.
* AV socket (side and rear).
Sound quality:
* NICAM Dolby sound system.
* 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.
* 8 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 2 x AAA (included).
* Size of TV H61.2, W96.4, D9.3cm.
* Weight of TV 12.3kg (unpackaged).
* Complete with tabletop stand.
* Size of TV with stand H66.4, W96.4, D30.9cm.
* Weight of TV with stand 15.4kg.
* Suitable for wall mounting with a VESA 300 x 300mm bracket (bracket not included).
Energy efficiency information:
* Standby power consumption 0.01 watt.
* Energy Saving Trust recommended.
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#1
LED-LCD? Interesting concept!
#2
Babbler
LED-LCD? Interesting concept!


Not really, its an LED backlit LCD, instead of tubes.

Makes me laugh when people talk about LED televeisions as if they are a whole new breed. All they've done is swap the bulbs for little diodes!

Incidentally, on first glance, hot!
#3
luciaadr
Not really, its an LED backlit LCD, instead of tubes.

Makes me laugh when people talk about LED televeisions as if they are a whole new breed. All they've done is swap the bulbs for little diodes!

Incidentally, on first glance, hot!


EXACTLY :thumbsup:
#4
There should be a 24 hour a day continuous broadcast over all the commercial channels explaining this until people stop spouting off about LED is soooo much better and new tech LED TVs blah blah blah
#5
luciaadr
Not really, its an LED backlit LCD, instead of tubes.

Makes me laugh when people talk about LED televeisions as if they are a whole new breed. All they've done is swap the bulbs for little diodes!

Incidentally, on first glance, hot!


This is slightly incorrect actually. In the case of this TV it is as you suggest, but there are definitely True LED TVs, they are based on OLEDs though and very expensive.

LED backlit >

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LED-backlit_LCD_television

True LED >

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/LED_display

Of course manufacturers will use this confusion to their advantage. Ah it's LED it must be good thinks the consumer, well in some cases it is but in this case no.

LED TV - Don't Be Fooled, Understand the Technology First

http://ezinearticles.com/?LED-TV---Dont-Be-Fooled,-Understand-the-Technology-First&id=2614235

Anyway for most of us LED means we've been conned by the manufacturer in to thinking this is a new technology ie. LCD using LED backlighting as opposed to a panel consisting of LEDs or OLEDS and no LCD in sight. OLED and Laser TV are the true new technologies to replace LCD. More likely to be OLED at the current time.
#6
Rich44
There should be a 24 hour a day continuous broadcast over all the commercial channels explaining this until people stop spouting off about LED is soooo much better and new tech LED TVs blah blah blah


Please refer to my post above ^
#7
I thought the LED backlit TVs were really thin? :thinking:

"Size of TV H61.2, W96.4, D9.3cm"
#8
was going to buy this but when looking at the size from the back its really quite big for a led tv
#9
SpoonyBoy
I thought the LED backlit TVs were really thin? :thinking:

"Size of TV H61.2, W96.4, D9.3cm"


i think its bcos its back lit and not side lit like the samsung ones
#10
picture is stunning on this tv but you do get a bit of motion blur on fast scenes, dont get me wrong its still a great set for the price.
The 46LE700E model is 100hz and noticed a few good deals around on google products if you can afford the price jump, but personally would go down the plasma route for an all round better picture and price
#11
Cold, pixmania deal was better.



jk :p
#12
only 50Hz
#13
So everyone is agreed that LED isn't that superior to LCD???

I 'm planning on buying a LED but if you lot are saying they aren't really new technology should I wait a bit for something??

little advice or even a link to good LED or LCD around the £1000 mark please
#14
Loso
So everyone is agreed that LED isn't that superior to LCD???

I 'm planning on buying a LED but if you lot are saying they aren't really new technology should I wait a bit for something??

little advice or even a link to good LED or LCD around the £1000 mark please


You need to actually compare the two instead of listening to people on here who haven't even seen an LCD-LED tv in person!

LCD-LED is to LCD as ITV1HD is to ITV!

They are far superior when viewing from a 1080p source

You could always wait five years until OLED becomes commercially available in 40" sizes and then spend over ten grand on one?
#15
But if you want a new tv and have £1000 to spend I would give it a couple of months until 3D tv's are out, even if you have no intention of ever watching 3D the quality in the sets have been vastly improved and so for that sort of price you will get an amazing 2D picture!
#16
I've been waiting for some news on 3D tv's, but have heard that 40" plus sets cost around the £2000 mark, way over my budget. I might make a trip to Tottenham court rd and see the difference myself, that's if they even demonstrate LED in full capacity.
1 Like #17
wonneil
But if you want a new tv and have £1000 to spend I would give it a couple of months until 3D tv's are out, even if you have no intention of ever watching 3D the quality in the sets have been vastly improved and so for that sort of price you will get an amazing 2D picture!

Why would that make the 2D pictures better?
Loso
So everyone is agreed that LED isn't that superior to LCD???

I 'm planning on buying a LED but if you lot are saying they aren't really new technology should I wait a bit for something??

little advice or even a link to good LED or LCD around the £1000 mark please

It's superior in as much as it looks a bit better, but it really depends what you're watching on your TV. LED is new technology, but isn't widely available (and only at about 15"), LED-backlit-TVs are available and whilst they look nice, they're a bit expensive for what they are. I'd just recommend a Panasonic G10 TV (plasma, 1080p, Freesat) or one of the newer ones, looks great on HD and SD.
#18
At the moment there is only the samsung UE40C7000 which is available for around £1700 but at the end of June when most of the other manufacturers have brought out their 3D models then I would expect a pretty decent price war.

And like I say being new models the picture quality has been improved and most have at least 200Hz refresh rate.

I have just found two reviews for the Samsung...

http://www.pocket-lint.com/review/4730/samsung-ue40c7000-3dtv-television-review

http://www.whathifi.com/Review/Samsung-UE40C7000/

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