Sharp LED HD 1080p, 32 Inch + 5yr warranty 449.95 inc. del @ John Lewis - HotUKDeals
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Key Features

Audio quality Dolby Digital Plus

AV inputs Rear

Brand Sharp

Brightness 500cd/m²

Digital tuner Freeview

Dimensions Information not available

Frame rate 50Hz

Guarantee FREE 5 year guarantee

HD Ready Yes

HDMI inputs 3

LED backlighting Yes

Memory card slot No

Model name / number LC32LE600E

S-Video socket No

SCART sockets 2

Screen format Widescreen

Screen resolution 1920 x 1080

Screen size 32"

Speaker output (RMS) Information not available

Table Top Stand Yes

USB portsUniversal Serial Bus No

Visible screen size (measured diagonally) 81cm

Web enabled No

Weight 15.4kg

Product code - 82435530
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#1
Is this an LED tv or one of the LCD TVs with LEDs in that shouldn't really be called LED?
#2
i would have thought its an LED, the ultra thin 3cm ones right? are there TV's being called LED when they're not?
#3
guv
In b4 someone says this is an LCD TV with backlit LED.







Edit.... too late


Don't be so hard on yourself, I didn't say it, I asked it :thumbsup:
#4
LED technology
LCD TVs featuring LED edge backlighting have greater contrast ratios – blacks appear blacker – leading to a sharper image. They are also slimmer, consume less power than similarly-sized traditional LCDs and are mercury free.


thats the description for this TV so im suggesting its a real LED TV :thumbsup:
#5
No, that says it's (and I quote from your quote) an "LCD TV featuring LED edge backlighting"

There's no way you can interpret that as it being a 'real' LED TV!!!!!!!
#6
im not understanding what a true LED TV is?

could you post one please. sorry for my little understanding in this issue.
#7
: : Simon : :;7360473
im not understanding what a true LED TV is?

could you post one please. sorry for my little understanding in this issue.


There aren't any true LED tvs - only OLED tvs. See here for info:

http://www.sony.co.uk/product/tvp-oled-tv/xel-1
#8
what i'm trying to find out is what's the difference between an LCD TV with backlit LED and an LED TV??
#9
: : Simon : :;7360570
what i'm trying to find out is what's the difference between an LCD TV with backlit LED and an LED TV??


The difference between an LCD tv with backlit LED and an OLED can be found with a quick search of google:

http://www.avforums.com/forums/oled-flcd-televisions/992893-led-vs-oled.html

I'm no expert at all, google is my authority!
#10
im not reffering to your post. i appreciate the info you supplied.

i was reffering to the 'clever' posters above which think there is a difference!
#11
There is
2 Likes #12
: : Simon : :;7361348
im not reffering to your post. i appreciate the info you supplied.

i was reffering to the 'clever' posters above which think there is a difference!


Rightly or wrongly, LED TVs refer to a TV with an array of LED backlights. It does not even have to use an LCD display although current technology comprises of only LCD display models. In short, any TV that uses LED backlighting will generally (and loosely) be described as an LED TV but as many have gathered, it is such a loose definition as there are no standards that governs what an LED TV should comprise of. The terminology is used by Samsung and other manufacturers and as usual with dreamt up terminology, it is almost meaningless (ask Dell to define TrueLife or Sony to define XBrite and you will find that they are the same thing - meaningless definitions to mislead the consumer into believing frippery names means high performance products!). The correct nomenclature for these type of TVs is LED backlit TV. This is very much akin to the overuse of the term upscaling. People use the term to describe the sharpening or improvement of a picture before enlarging its resolution. This is actually not correct and similarly, LED TV is not the correct nomenclature yet it is widely used as a synonym for LED backlit TV and we have the manufacturers to blame for this. In short there is no dichotomy between LED TV and LED backlit TV (or LED backlit LCD TV).

An OLED display does NOT use a backlit LED (nor CCFL fluorescent lighting for that matter) since the OLED display can generate its own lighting.
#13
: : Simon : :;7360570
what i'm trying to find out is what's the difference between an LCD TV with backlit LED and an LED TV??


Thousands of pounds i would say!!!!!!!!!!
#14
ElliottC
Rightly or wrongly, LED TVs refer to a TV with an array of LED backlights. It does not even have to use an LCD display although current technology comprises of only LCD display models. In short, any TV that uses LED backlighting will generally (and loosely) be described as an LED TV but as many have gathered, it is such a loose definition as there are no standards that governs what an LED TV should comprise of. The terminology is used by Samsung and other manufacturers and as usual with dreamt up terminology, it is almost meaningless (ask Dell to define TrueLife or Sony to define XBrite and you will find that they are the same thing - meaningless definitions to mislead the consumer into believing frippery names means high performance products!). The correct nomenclature for these type of TVs is LED backlit TV. This is very much akin to the overuse of the term upscaling. People use the term to describe the sharpening or improvement of a picture before enlarging its resolution. This is actually not correct and similarly, LED TV is not the correct nomenclature yet it is widely used as a synonym for LED backlit TV and we have the manufacturers to blame for this. In short there is no dichotomy between LED TV and LED backlit TV (or LED backlit LCD TV).

An OLED display does NOT use a backlit LED (nor CCFL fluorescent lighting for that matter) since the OLED display can generate its own lighting.


thank you so much for this post. rep left :thumbsup:
#15
its £599 now for a 32" LED backlit LCD and it isn't even pretty thin either so I guess its all irrelevant now !!

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