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Sharp 46" LC46XD1E 1080p HD LCD TV £699 delivered (or £664.05 after cashback from Quidco) PLUS free 5 year warrenty!
Sharp 46" LC46XD1E  1080p HD LCD TV £699 delivered (or £664.05 after cashback from Quidco) PLUS free 5 year warrenty!

Sharp 46" LC46XD1E 1080p HD LCD TV £699 delivered (or £664.05 after cashback from Quidco) PLUS free 5 year warrenty!

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Price has been reduced for this award winning TV, now with free 5 year warrenty. Next best price I could find was around £1200 with delivery and only 1 year warrenty, so this is a massive saving. (I don't know of any other branded 46" 1080p TV for under £700.)

Screen size (inches) 46
HD technology Full HD (1920x1080)
IDTV Freeview DVB tuner Yes
Wall mountable Yes
Teletext built in Yes
Aspect ratio 16:9
Screen resolution (pixels) 1920 x 1080
Response time (ms) 4
Brightness (cd/m2) 450
Contrast ratio 2000:1

Don't forget the 5% cashback through Quidco. Other cashback sites may offer even more.

13 Comments

http://www.sharp.co.uk/content/ebiz/sharp/invt/lc46xd1e/xd46_large.jpg

Original Poster

http://www.sharpinbusiness.co.uk/SharpCoUkResources/5yearonlinewarrantytop.jpg

I didn't see mention of the free 5 year warrenty on the item page, and when I called Customer Services, they didn't seem to know about it either, but when you purchase, your confirmation email contains all the details:

"To register your free 5 Year Warranty, please purchase your item first. Then, register your details on the registration page and follow the instructions. Upon receipt of your registration, we will activate your 5 Year Warranty and send you a confirmation email, which will state your Warranty cover period and contact details."

Check here: dvdcollections.co.uk/sha…htm
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and here: ]http//ww…reg

Autumn 2006 when these sets were new I recall this 46" model XD1E had a dreadful reputation with a very high percentage of unhappy purchasers returning "banded" and "buzzing" sets.

My folks had the less flawed LC42XD1E but still had to reject one as it had banding though 2nd set was fine.

For my money assuming they have by now ironed out the manufacturing defects/flasw, the NON-HD performance is sub-par for today's marketplace; though HD material is fine on my folks 42.

good ukkit voted hot

Wow...Awesome price!

Great set. Bought mine last christmas and no problems at all. There is very low level buzzing with sound off - but with volume at 2 or above you can't hear it. SD picture is better than on my previous Toshiba or Samsung 40" lcd or Panasonic 42" plasma of friends (they commented on that and not me). Add to that the seriously good HD pictures and it's a bargain 46" TV. Great spot.

Good price, but 2000:1 contrast ratio seems not great.

Jack Bauer;2741738

Good price, but 2000:1 contrast ratio seems not great.


TRUE 2000:1 is fine, try not to take too much notice of the 'Dynamic' contrast ratio many manufacturers state, it's not the true ratio, and more often than not they just pull a number out of a hat.

jukkie;2742304

it's not the true ratio, and more often than not they just pull a number … it's not the true ratio, and more often than not they just pull a number out of a hat.



Proof?

spenspuma what jukkie says is true, dynamic contrast is worth ignoring, its only the "real" one which matters.

dont have time to frovide a link but am sure the wikki will explain it

Original Poster

If 46" is too large for your room, a reminder that the 42" version was posted a few weeks ago here: hotukdeals.com/ite…508

Also, it appears, with free delivery 5 year warrenty. (Don't forget Quidco!)

ukkit, any other info on the 5yr warrenty?

or are the details only available to view when purchaced via email?

Original Poster

fil;2771318

ukkit, any other info on the 5yr warrenty?or are the details only … ukkit, any other info on the 5yr warrenty?or are the details only available to view when purchaced via email?




I did find some links about the 5 year deal in the thread for the 42" model, but the confirmation email directed me to a different link, which I've provided at the start of this deal. What details I've got I've shown in this posting.
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