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Sharp LC32LE600E 32 Inch LED Backlight HD Ready 1080p Television with Integrated Freeview with FREE DELIVERY £389.99 @ Electrical123
Sharp LC32LE600E 32 Inch LED Backlight HD Ready 1080p Television with Integrated Freeview with FREE DELIVERY £389.99 @ Electrical123

Sharp LC32LE600E 32 Inch LED Backlight HD Ready 1080p Television with Integrated Freeview with FREE DELIVERY £389.99 @ Electrical123

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Sharp LC32LE600E
32 Inch LED Backlight HD Ready 1080p Television with Integrated Freeview
TV Screen Size 32 Inch
Additional Info
80cm Visible LED Backlight TV
HD Ready 1080p
Integrated Digital 'Freeview' Tuner
Ultra Bright White LED
Full LED Backlight System
New X-GEN Panel
1920 x 1080 resolution
Natural Clear Technology
Brilliant Colour Processor
Dolby Digital Plus Surround Sound
x3 HDMI connections
CI Slot
PC Input
Uses upto 40% less energy than traditional LCD Televisions
Energy Saving Trust recommended

8 Comments

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sharp usually = crap

Mascherano;8822139

sharp usually = crap


My mam and dad had a Sharp years ago... Lasted them yonks.

A lot of firms have gone a bit iffy in more recent times... Technics!?! :whistling:

isn't 1080p FULL HD?

I got the sony deal from John Lewis for £350. Picture quality is excellent and so is the Freeview HD

Mascherano;8822139

sharp usually = crap


Really ignorant comment
Pioneer used Sharp LCD panels Bang and Olufsen still do; enough said:whistling:

Review:Pocket Lint: The 32LE600E is left with a protruding central back panel (the actual screen surround is very slim), but the extra dimensions are worth putting up with; it houses perhaps the most impressive LED engine we've seen at this small size and price.Tested with a Blu-ray disc, the black level response is indeed excellent; black areas of the picture are deep, rich and realistic, with plenty of detailing within. There's also a lot of fidelity to colour, which is displayed with subtle hues and invisible gradation.

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harrythedog;8824266

Pioneer used Sharp LCD panels Bang and Olufsen still do; enough … Pioneer used Sharp LCD panels Bang and Olufsen still do; enough said:whistling:Review:The 32LE600E is left with a protruding central back panel (the actual screen surround is very slim), but the extra dimensions are worth putting up with; it houses perhaps the most impressive LED engine we've seen at this small size and price.



pointless post

Mascherano;8824289

pointless post



why is it pointless this is an expert comment on this TV??

Most reviews of the LE600 series have not been very favourable. Relatively old product. I believe they were one of the first ranges to use LED back-lights, and the general feeling was that they were out-performed by conventional sets. This is an above market price for a 32" without any added quality to justify it.

dreamer181;8822960

isn't 1080p FULL HD?I got the sony deal from John Lewis for £350. … isn't 1080p FULL HD?I got the sony deal from John Lewis for £350. Picture quality is excellent and so is the Freeview HD



No, HD Ready 1080P is not synonymous with Full HD. HD Ready 1080P is a standard and to achieve HD Ready 1080P, it must meet several requirements of which the resolution must be at least 1920 x 1080 and support HDCP decoding. It is a superset of the HD Ready standard. HD Ready and HD Ready 1080P are standardised by EICTA (now DigitalEurope).

Full HD is not defined by any standards and as such, it is a loose definition and the meaning is subjective. It is a misnomer invented by the TV manufacturers to mislead consumers. A TV described as Full HD may not support HDCP decoding, for example (a requirement for blu ray playback).
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