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SHARP LC46LE600E 46" Aquos Full Screen LED 1080p tv £549
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The Sharp LC46LE600E 46" HD ready LED TV has 1080p resolution and gives extremely bright and detailed images. X-Gen panel with high native contrast uses 40% less energy than traditional LCD TVs. The LC46LE600E features built-in Freeview, 3 HDMI sockets & 2 SCART sockets and Dolby Digital Plus surround sound
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#1
30 quid cashback with Quidco so heat from me.
Looking at the reviews you need a surround system to replace the dodgy sound.
#2
am i missing something? seems like an awesome deal for a 46" LED tv????? As for the sound, my Samsung LCD has **** sound because the speakers are "hidden" (pointing backwards..which genius thought of that!!) sothis cant be worse :)
#3
Good price but it suffers with ghosting from the reviews
#4
Mediocre review here... - however bear in mind this review is only one person's opinion AND the price when they reviewed it was £1200

http://www.avforums.com/reviews/Sharp-LC-46LE700-LCD-HDTV-Review.html

I think this is a good price - however as the 3D, LED and Plasma war hots up prices will continue to come down. I think 3D will come down considerably in coming months as stocks are not shifting as quick as companies had hoped.

Edited By: sharkmark on Oct 17, 2010 09:06: typo
#5
Looks a great deal, £100 cheaper than 2nd best price I could find and I even found Tesco's own adverts served by google ads having this at £899!

If I was in the market I'd snap this up.
#6
Here's a review that criticises it's motion handling:

http://www.ledtvreviews.co.uk/sharp-led-tv/sharp-46-inch-led-tv/sharp-lc46le600e-led-tv-review/

But there are quite a few reivews of the 40" version that are very complimentary:
http://reviews.cnet.co.uk/tvs/sharp-aquos-le600-lc40le600e-review-49303787/
http://www.whathifi.com/review/sharp-lc40le600e/
http://www.hdtvorg.co.uk/reviews/lcd/sharp_lc40le600e.htm

For the price, I think this is a really hot deal.

Edited By: carleast on Oct 17, 2010 09:31: Adding a link
#7
Which review:
Standard picture quality 3/5
HD picture quality 4/5
Sound quality 1/5
#9
i own this tv and its good. blacks are to balck as with all LCD but good with HD and SD tv and fab with blu ray. try the 700 series if you watch a lot of sport as 100Hz
#10
Here's another review of the 46" one. It's very good:

http://www.led-televisions.org/46-inch/sharp-aquos-lc46le600e-led-television/
#11
Cheapest price of the 700 series is £850 at Pixmania.

I think in this case a lot of people might end up comparing apples and pears. For less than £600 this is no doubt the best 46" tv money can buy right now.
#12
83 watts for a 46 inch tv , wow
#13
Its a good deal and therefore I'm in!
Hot from me
#14
proevo21
am i missing something? seems like an awesome deal for a 46" LED tv????? As for the sound, my Samsung LCD has **** sound because the speakers are "hidden" (pointing backwards..which genius thought of that!!) sothis cant be worse :)

speakers like that on a panny too.
#15
So tempting ,but I was only planning on paying £400.
A bit of a stretch for me,I must resist.
#16
Nitpicking: not LED, it's LCD with an LED backlight.

Anyway, of the above reviews, only avforums know what they're doing. Major problems are really awful red in the darker half of the greyscale (ie anything even moderately shadowed will look a bit off), cyan accuracy being way off, and yellow bad also - the latter is important cos that's the closest to skin colour. You can fix all these if you have a colorimeter, but not otherwise.

Beware of reviews of the 40", often different sized panels can be very different (made by different suppliers).

Edited By: arfster on Oct 17, 2010 12:21: .
#17
Balb0wa
83 watts for a 46 inch tv , wow


Not sure if you're being sarcastic or not. I checked my 42" LG LCD TV out of interest and it uses around 70 watts, so 83 watts seems unexceptional one way or the other for a 46". (Plasmas use a lot more, of course.)

Heat added, as this seems a cracking price for a full LED.
#18
I was just browsing around for a 3D tv and spotted this on my travels and thought I'd post it even though I don't think much of Sharp it's cheap for what it is.
#19
NO , i mean its good :-)

andyken
Balb0wa
83 watts for a 46 inch tv , wow


Not sure if you're being sarcastic or not. I checked my 42" LG LCD TV out of interest and it uses around 70 watts, so 83 watts seems unexceptional one way or the other for a 46". (Plasmas use a lot more, of course.)

Heat added, as this seems a cracking price for a full LED.
#20
sharkmark
Mediocre review here... - however bear in mind this review is only one person's opinion AND the price when they reviewed it was £1200http://www.avforums.com/reviews/Sharp-LC-46LE700-LCD-HDTV-Review.htmlI think this is a good price - however as the 3D, LED and Plasma war hots up prices will continue to come down. I think 3D will come down considerably in coming months as stocks are not shifting as quick as companies had hoped.

Is that not a review for the 700 not the 600?
#21
Balb0wa
NO , i mean its good :-)

andyken
Balb0wa
83 watts for a 46 inch tv , wow


Not sure if you're being sarcastic or not. I checked my 42" LG LCD TV out of interest and it uses around 70 watts, so 83 watts seems unexceptional one way or the other for a 46". (Plasmas use a lot more, of course.)

Heat added, as this seems a cracking price for a full LED.


OK, thanks for answering. Guess my LG is pretty good as well, then!
#22
Why do people comment on the sound ??? I dont even understand why TVs has built in speakers ! nearly everyone has a sound system...
#23
itzgary
Why do people comment on the sound ??? I dont even understand why TVs has built in speakers ! nearly everyone has a sound system...


I think you answered your own question there.
#24
This tv is trash, save your money and get a better tv.
#25
Boxrick
This tv is trash, save your money and get a better tv.


Is that true?
Sweeping statement ,methinks
#26
Good value but suffer from motion blurr (50 hz) + no usb.
Good point.. Array of Led backlight, as opposed edge backlight, arranged across the TFT screen.


Edited By: cfphoenix on Oct 21, 2010 14:11: afd
#27
[quote=arfster]Nitpicking: not LED, it's LCD with an LED backlight.

That's not nitpicking at all. Means the TV is not true LED and the title of this deal is misleading.
#28
andyken
Balb0wa
83 watts for a 46 inch tv , wow


Not sure if you're being sarcastic or not. I checked my 42" LG LCD TV out of interest and it uses around 70 watts, so 83 watts seems unexceptional one way or the other for a 46". (Plasmas use a lot more, of course.)

Heat added, as this seems a cracking price for a full LED.


Again, this isn't a full LED TV (it's LCD with LED backlights). Not so good a bargain after all...

Edited By: credington on Oct 17, 2010 21:52: LCD
#29
This is a great price for those who want an LED, but I would still shell out the extra for a Samsung, not just as I have one but the picture quality is the best in my opinion. :)
Heat from me :)
#30
credington
andyken
Balb0wa
83 watts for a 46 inch tv , wow
Not sure if you're being sarcastic or not. I checked my 42" LG LCD TV out of interest and it uses around 70 watts, so 83 watts seems unexceptional one way or the other for a 46". (Plasmas use a lot more, of course.)Heat added, as this seems a cracking price for a full LED.
Again, this isn't a full LED TV (it's LCD with LED backlights). Not so good a bargain after all...

The term Full LED (or Full Array) may also be used to represent a matrix of LED lighting that can evenly distribute the lighting for a full screen. This may be what AndyKen was referring to.

Note that Full LED may not improve the quality over CCFL if dynamic LEDs are not used although the distribution of lighting will be more even than edge mounted LEDs.
#31
I have the 40" version of this, got it for £485 from Argos. Couldnt have taken a 46" (oh would have killed me!). TV is fantastic, picture is great, no motion judder that i can see. Blu rays look amazing on it. Even freeview pictures are quite good. Sound is a bit "tinny" but not too bad. All in all i think this is a fantastic price for a 46"led backlit TV. I would buy this TV if i wanted a 46".
#32
Very good tv if you don't watch too many action film because of 50hz.

I got the 700 model which has stunning hd image quality. This is a LCD TV with LED backlight, but generally this is claimed as LED TV because full LED TV is easily over 2K for this size and I don't see much improvement with this huge price jump.

Heat
#33
I said this television is poor due to many reasons, however the sound is terrible. The menus are pretty slow and not easy to use and the main use of a television ( the picture quality ) again is poor due to bad picture processing and screen banding.

I could make a long detailed post on why the above issues, but look at a few reviews for this screen and they are self explanatory.

Many other screens available for the same money only they are actually decent.,
#34
Why does everyone keep saying "Full LED" likes its some kind of standardised term. The TV is lit by LEDs, its an LED tv. Perhaps you all are thinking of OLED.

LED = light emitting diode, if it's light comes from LEDs, it's an LED TV. Even the fancy OLED screens are also LCD screens, they just have individual LEDs for each pixel.

This misinformation about LED in this forum is getting out of control
#35
jamesdew
Why does everyone keep saying "Full LED" likes its some kind of standardised term. The TV is lit by LEDs, its an LED tv. Perhaps you all are thinking of OLED.


Yes those malcontents are referring to OLED, for which 46" screens do not exist anyway so let them troll on. Great price, even lacking 100Hz for filmz. Maybe in another year the LC46LE700E (with 100Hz) will be around this price.

ho hum! what is another 12 months eh?
#36
Hello.............expired!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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