Sharp 43" Smart, Full HD, Freeview HD, Tesco Direct - £254 (with code)
325°Expired

Sharp 43" Smart, Full HD, Freeview HD, Tesco Direct - £254 (with code)

12
Edited by:"marxmia"Found 14th Sep
Sharp 43' (LC-43CFG600K) Smart Full HD with Freeview HD. Was £329.99 yesterday and today now £279 plus using code TDX-TWHJ you get another £25 off, bringing it to £254. Great 2nd tv and gets good reviews for the money.

12 Comments

Not a bad price

Bought the 49" version last Black Friday for £199, luckily was giving it as a Christmas gift, it's tragic.

I bought the 32" a few days ago, picture is good, sound is good, smart is very basic but we only wanted Netflix and it even has a Netflix button on the remote so perfect for us

31987383-POoix.jpg

Sharp brand in name only of can find blaupunkt cheaper take that because identical tv

Original Poster

ezzer7234 m ago

Bought the 49" version last Black Friday for £199, luckily was giving it …Bought the 49" version last Black Friday for £199, luckily was giving it as a Christmas gift, it's tragic.


And the person who recieved this gift from you told you this? Ermmm £200 xmas prezzie to be told thanks but its sh1t lol oh dear

marxmia21 m ago

And the person who recieved this gift from you told you this? Ermmm £200 …And the person who recieved this gift from you told you this? Ermmm £200 xmas prezzie to be told thanks but its sh1t lol oh dear


Haha, no, not quite so bad. But everytime I visit their house the picture looks worse!

The worst thing is every person on the screen has really red lips and sometimes a red nose too, and no adjusting of the settings can sort it.

I did get a partial refund of £50 from Tesco because I complained about this fault and they couldn't supply a replacement, but even at £149 it's pants.
Edited by: "ezzer72" 14th Sep

Cheers will do for the daughters bedroom.

red lips is because the contrast and colour is too high or it's on 'dynamic' picture pre-set on the 'picture' button on the remote. There is also a 'personal' setting which gives the usual fine tuning for picture. Same for sound which is very good once you increase the bass and lower mid range. 😊

Sharp stopped making TV sets years ago 🤔

mikeonuk1 h, 59 m ago

red lips is because the contrast and colour is too high or it's on …red lips is because the contrast and colour is too high or it's on 'dynamic' picture pre-set on the 'picture' button on the remote. There is also a 'personal' setting which gives the usual fine tuning for picture. Same for sound which is very good once you increase the bass and lower mid range. 😊


Tried all that mate, and of course Tesco issued a partial refund due to fault, it really can't be rectified in settings

There is a 'store' setting as opposed to 'home' setting when you do an initial set up. Menu button and then settings to find the initial set up. I bet the set thinks it's in a shop under bright lighting.
Post a comment
Avatar
@
    Text