Sharp Aquos 52" LC52XL2E 1920x1080 100Hz Black LCD TV & 24Hz compatiable for £997 + £18.95 delivery
Sharp Aquos 52" LC52XL2E 1920x1080 100Hz Black LCD TV & 24Hz compatiable for £997 + £18.95 delivery

Sharp Aquos 52" LC52XL2E 1920x1080 100Hz Black LCD TV & 24Hz compatiable for £997 + £18.95 delivery

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this is only £148 more than the 46 inch version that Affinity members can get as they have to pay £849. It was mentioned in this threads description here


unfortunately this price was only supposed to be available to people with an Affinity membership as I posted a link to it in that thread. The funniest part is I later found out I had a legitimate one whereas some people tried to cheat Sharp and failed though some did get it. The great thing about that deal is you also got a 5 year warranty and Blue Ray player for extra £100 with that deal also but again only Affinity members

this is the link to the 46" version at Sharp as they don't list the 52" to have a look at some extra spec


p.s. if voting cold then please state why as I'd like to find it cheaper or another 52" LCD (not plasma) 100Hz 1080p/24 compatible alternative for something near £1000


Stunning Full HD 1080p
1080p Full HD technology means you are watching the highest resolution images available today. Nearly twice the resolution of regular HDTV, you will experience an astoundingly vivid and realistic picture and incredible image. More pixels mean higher definition, and that means more detail than ever before with 1920x1080 Full HD technology, giving you the most lifelike images and astounding clarity no matter how fast the action.
Full Specification
Colour Black
Model Number LC52XL2E
Screen Size (inch) 52
Widescreen Yes
Integrated Digital (Freeview) Yes
HD Ready Yes
Screen Resolution 1920 x 1080
Contrast Ratio 2000:1
Nicam Stereo Sound Yes
Number of HDMI Sockets 3
Number of Scart Sockets 2
Component Video In Socket Yes
1080p Full HD Yes
AV In Socket Yes
Length of Parts Guarantee (Years) 1
Length of Labour Guarantee (Years) 1
Remote Control Yes


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oops, double post

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as I thought it would, voted cold though funnily enough it went straight up to 8 degrees but now it's sub zero ;-)

are some HKUD's just seeing the £1000 price tag for a large TV and nothing more?. . I hope you aren't comparing this to the power guzzling 50" plasmas for £700ish and thinking it's expensive :-D

as I mentioned if voting cold please tell us why as I'd love to find a 52 inch 1920x1080p LCD with 100Hz technology along with 24 frames per second compatibility for less than £1000 from a big name supplier

here's a link to find it cheaper, best I saw after clicking a few links was nowhere near £1000 from some dodgy website :-D


I'd personally like the 52LG7000 as I was impressed with the 42LG7000 as it's also got 100Hz etc but it's a bit more pricey :-(

I have had this TV for 3 months now. It is outstanding. Some earlier posts warned of banding but mine is fine.
Voted hot

Hot from me seems a good deal.

seen one of these in action GORGEOUS,, just wish i had a grand to chuck at a new telly lol

seems like a good deal

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Hot from me seems a good deal.

funnily enough, it's now out of stock yet they had plenty in stock, I wonder how that happened :-D (expire deal)

so any ideas why so many cold votes (-42 at one point) while it was in stock? I'd honestly like to know why as I was debating buying one rather than holding out for the 52LG7000 (currently around £1300 in price).

Either people voted cold yesterday because they thought it was expensive as they are comparing to other 50Hz TV's but forgetting the fact that any [COLOR="Red"]LCD[/COLOR] 1080p TV over 50" with 100HZ isn't less than £1000. Also after searching this TV is a few £100 cheaper than anywhere else and apparently performs well

here's a link to a selection of other 52" TV's with 100Hz and you will see none are less than £1000


if you change the options on that website, most LCD's even with 50Hz are around £1000 or more, it's the majority of 50" Plasmas that are from £650 onwards so I feel this is probably why people are voted this way

It's a shame as I thought this was a good deal but I like to be pushed to buy something and I was hoping for some words of wisdom or links to other sets. Not one cold voter had the decency to say why :?. Big thanks to those few who commented on price and also quality as you nearly had me buying one :thumbsup:

puzzling to say the least so it looks like I'm waiting again :? unless anyone can suggest a LCD 1080p over 50" with 100Hz/24p etc for around £1000

p.s. they've got the LC52X20E for the same price of £997 (I can get this for £849 through Affinity) but this is slightly cheaper elsewhere from some small website or £999 delivered @ Play but it's missing things like 100Hz etc

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