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Sharp Full Screen LED backlight TVs have hundreds of LEDs arranged in rows to cover the entire screen, from corner to corner. The colours are brighter and more vibrant whilst the blacks are deeper resulting in more fine details in darker pictures. The new X-GEN panel with its wider pixel aperture design allows for visually brighter images whilst the Brilliant Colour Processor helps the precise expression of colours.

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#1
Have the LC32LE600 and is a great TV.
#2
Typical i post it then find it cheaper only thing is 50hz !

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B002JOHUZ8?ie=UTF8&tag=gpgode-21
#3
Houstie
Typical i post it then find it cheaper only thing is 50hz !

http://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/product/B002JOHUZ8?ie=UTF8&tag=gpgode-21


You linked to the the 40" version. I use mine for cable, sat and freeview with no problems, Better than my 100hz samsung.
banned#4
46" LED for £682 EXCELLENT PRICE !!!!!!

voted hot

the price of this technology is falling

I bet all those numpties that bought Technika tellies must be kicking themselves:-D:whistling::w00t:
#5
I always learnt that above 42", PLASMA is best.

Has this changed now?
banned#6
rizla01
I always learnt that above 42", PLASMA is best.

Has this changed now?



Plasma = Old technology
LED = today's technology

nuf said :whistling:
banned#7
cant believe this isnt much hotter than this
#8
Got LC40LE600 this week and picture quality looks great.
#10
It's where I bought my Sharp from they ignore you when things go wrong. Still waiting for them to replace my 42"" faulty TV from 2 years ago. Am hoping this week will be the lucky week
banned#11
dontasciime
It's where I bought my Sharp from they ignore you when things go wrong. Still waiting for them to replace my 42"" faulty TV from 2 years ago. Am hoping this week will be the lucky week


thats probably because you bought LCD rubbish
#12


doohhh :whistling:
thats the 40 inch version
:lol:
46 inch is £699
#13
Seems like a damn good price for a 46" LED TV!!

Also, it appears to have a matt coloured bezel, not a glossy one, which is very unusual, and a prerequisite in my household as my wife detests shiny surrounds on a TV.

Wish I could convince her we need to replace our 40" Sony..... :whistling:

Does anyone have a link to a review. I just googled the TV, but can't find a proper review anywhere. That's not a good sign...
#14
Peggy Bedford
Plasma = Old technology
LED = today's technology

nuf said :whistling:


nope. not nuff said
thats why panasonic, LG and Samsung are continuing to make plasmas and panasonic are doing 3d Plasma TVs.
so now you can refill 3d gas instead!

all the LED TVs i've seen have had a horrible blue tint to the black colour bout them.
we have a samsung and a sharp in our store, both running off blu ray players and the blacks are more black on the Panny plasma next to them.
the LEDs arent good enough yet.
banned#15
slackrat77
nope. not nuff said
thats why panasonic, LG and Samsung are continuing to make plasmas and panasonic are doing 3d Plasma TVs.
so now you can refill 3d gas instead!

all the LED TVs i've seen have had a horrible blue tint to the black colour bout them.
we have a samsung and a sharp in our store, both running off blu ray players and the blacks are more black on the Panny plasma next to them.
the LEDs arent good enough yet.


I have a 46" Sony LED - and it is faultless - no blue tinges etc

LED is sooooooo yesterday - I'd rather have a black and white analogue telly
#16
Peggy Bedford
thats probably because you bought LCD rubbish


lol @ how informed you are.

LED is same as LCD you know. It refers to the backlight on current LED/LCD tv's
#17
Peggy Bedford
thats probably because you bought LCD rubbish


Oh dear :thinking:

I think someone should read this post http://www.avforums.com/forums/lcd-led-lcd-tvs/1149434-led-televisions-information-about-fantastic-radically-new-technology.html
#20
Seen an LED Samsung panel at a relatives house and was totally underwhelmed by it TBH.My Panasonic plasma wazzes on it on from a great height.
#21
From what has been said it's fair to say that this tv is essentially an LCD with an LED light source. What happens if an LED fails do you plug in another one! It seems to me that the only benefit of this is that it is very thin and some colours and blacks may be enhanced. What is it like for games and normal non-HD picture?
#22
4 years extra warranty for £117 extra at sharp affinity, just in case if someone is interested.
http://www.sharp.co.uk/LC46LE600E-46-inch-AQUOS-LED-TV/invt/lc46le600e#
banned#23
pete_21
Seen an LED Samsung panel at a relatives house and was totally underwhelmed by it TBH.My Panasonic plasma wazzes on it on from a great height.


yeah right, of course you did
#24
This television is poor, bad colours. Terrible sound and bad viewing angles. See

http://www.avforums.com/reviews/Sharp-LC-46LE700-LCD-HDTV-Review.html for a review of pretty much the same screen.

So what television can be picked up for £700 thats better then?

Well First of all the Panasonic TXP42G10 plasma, which will offer perfect motion clarity, no viewing angles and excellent contrast.

If you want an LCD instead then check out Sonys brand new KDL40EX403 which again is an excellent screen also has a built in freeview HD tuner.

Or alternatively Samsungs LE40B650 is another good option, but is a bit poor in the sound department.
If you don't mind spending a little more than the Panasonic TXP42G20 can be had for £900 ish and is the *best* television for under £1000 right now, image quality is truely gob smacking!

If you need any help with television purchases feel free to pm me for advice. Ignore rubbish above (Peggy Bedford)
#25
I very much doubt Sharp have made a TV with bad viewing angles, banding yes and the Sony range are not Sony anyways and not as good as the price range suggests. People LOVE a name and then get sidetracked in a review where it has to be better because of it.
#26
Cons
Motion resolution (motion blur) is problematic
Viewing angle is not especially good
Pixel layout causes a slightly "stippled" image
TV's built in speakers are puny-sounding, even by in-TV standards
Panel uniformity issues

Taken from above review. All LCDs have viewing angle issues none are perfect. This is particurly bad.

dontasciime
Sony range are not Sony anyways and not as good as the price range suggests


What? A Sony television isn't a Sony because it uses a Sharp or a Samsung Panel? Rubbish.

A television is made up of hundreds of components and the Panel is a small part of the big package. Processing engines, internal components, software, panel filters etc etc. If you purchase a Sony television it may feature another manufacturers panel but its still a Sony even if they do have close relationships with other companies.
#27
I know what it means I just don't believe that Sharp can step backward on this when the Sharp 42 LCD I am using has no viewing angle deformities it's fantastic for that.. My Samsung 940mw's do and the Samsung pebble does.
#28
dontasciime
I know what it means I just don't believe that Sharp can step backward on this when the Sharp 42 LCD I am using has no viewing angle deformities it's fantastic for that.. My Samsung 940mw's do and the Samsung pebble does.


Are you using this specific sharp? My 19" Sharp lcd has no problems with viewing angles this however is vastly different on different screens.
For example your other screens will almost certainly be using poor quality TN panels which are well known for having poor viewing angles.

Companies very often take backwards steps in regards to panels. I think the main manufacturer of 42" panels right now is LG, stepping down to a 40" is a whole different matter.
#29
I was still composing post so the quote is out of step
#30
also don't add words to something I have said. I never said SONY use a panel made by SHARP OR SAMSUNG
#31
Very little of a SONY TV is made by SONY. However the PANEL is not normally made by SONY
#32
tbf the above very little is probably not that accurate but the panel bit is
#34
dontasciime
Very little of a SONY TV is made by SONY. However the PANEL is not normally made by SONY


I went into detail about this in a previous post.... Either way im not a big fan of Sony screens but i will happily accept they make good tv screens.

On the whole we have got off topic and are talking about rather pointless things now. All i will say is AV forums reviews are amongst the best there is and that this 40" LCD screen will use a different panel to your own 42". I have seen this particular screen on the walls of many shops and have seen the le700 on the wall of the place i work in and everything mention in the review is correct.

Im sure your screen is great, this one however is poor and there are better options available which i listed in my first response :thumbsup:
#35
its also a 46 inch not the 40 inch that s different TV

Sharp LC46LE600E 46” AQUOS Full Screen LED not the one at dixons

Edit * you know that though. But you do refer to the 700 so np.

I never saw your previous post about parts..See link
#36
Peggy Bedford
I have a 46" Sony LED - and it is faultless - no blue tinges etc

LED is sooooooo yesterday - I'd rather have a black and white analogue telly


Peggy Bedford
yeah right, of course you did


Says you with your constant bumming of LED TVs, despite the fact you don't even understand that LEDs ARE LCD TVs.... And as for your first comment, well that just wins the stupidest comment of the year award.
#37
Peggy Bedford
Plasma = Old technology
LED = today's technology

nuf said :whistling:


Nuf said? Not at all, you know nothing about TV's, that much is obvious. 2 completely different technologies, 2 different results, 2 choices.

You = Numpty

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