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Sharp LC32LE600E TV with free blu-ray player, 5 yr warranty & £100 cashback - £499 @ John Lewis
Sharp LC32LE600E TV with free blu-ray player, 5 yr warranty & £100 cashback - £499 @ John Lewis

Sharp LC32LE600E TV with free blu-ray player, 5 yr warranty & £100 cashback - £499 @ John Lewis

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John Lewis have this Sharp Aquos LED TV on offer with a free blu-ray player, free delivery and their standard 5 year warranty for £599 - on top of this Sharp are offering £100 cash back (via redemption) on all purchases up until 24th December. Its full HD (1080p) with 3 x HDMI connections.

Please see comments below regarding LED capabilities before purchase!

42 Comments

Awesome deal for a good LED! HOT!

beautiful lookin telly

£499 after cashback. Good price with the bluray included.

great deal seems a bit of waste though pairing the blu-ray player that looks best on a big telly and a 32 inch

hot though

Great price for an LED backlit LCD tv...
However, reports of very poor SD freeview performance at AVForums really put me off.

fmgod;6764962

great deal seems a bit of waste though pairing the blu-ray player that … great deal seems a bit of waste though pairing the blu-ray player that looks best on a big telly and a 32 inchhot though



I must admit that was the first thing I thought too.

Lovely set, i've got the previous generation Sharp 32" 1080p set and it's got a fantastic looking high res EPG on the freeview, which is unfortunately too small to use from any reasonable distance, and the freeview tuner is dead slow!

mine's hooked up to an HTPC so doesn't matter to me, but not sure if this has been resolved?

Are al LED 1080p


Only my view but i it isn't 1080p you might as well keep a CRT

yep it's 1080p own question answered

Nothing wrong with Bluray on a 32", well worth it.

this is LED back lit, not an LED TV big bloomin' difference. correct the title to stop missleading people who arent as tech savy.

Nellster;6769990

this is LED back lit, not an LED TV big bloomin' difference. correct the … this is LED back lit, not an LED TV big bloomin' difference. correct the title to stop missleading people who arent as tech savy.

Have to agree with you about the title of this one "LED TV"

Nellster;6769990

this is LED back lit, not an LED TV big bloomin' difference. correct the … this is LED back lit, not an LED TV big bloomin' difference. correct the title to stop missleading people who arent as tech savy.



I concur.....

basically on first glance I thought this was an uber thin bad boy t.v!!

Yeah, there should be rules about this on the forum, LED and LED backlit are very different!

Amend title mate - it's REALLY misleading. This isn't an LED TV in the same sense as the new generation of Samsungs!

...would be the hottest deal ever posted on this site if it were!!!...

jaegermc;6770286

Amend title mate - it's REALLY misleading. This isn't an LED TV in the … Amend title mate - it's REALLY misleading. This isn't an LED TV in the same sense as the new generation of Samsungs!...would be the hottest deal ever posted on this site if it were!!!...



Please could someone explain? I thought LED meant LED backlit in the case of the Samsung LED TVs

I very nearly ordered this in the belief it was an LED tv, the description on the John Lewis web site is rather confusing (or maybe I'm just not up to speed with my TV technology!)
From the john lewis page:
"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."

The slimmer form and reduced power consumption are all the benefits of 'full' LED tvs so would have just assumed that this wa the newer technology!

was about to vote this hot until I realised that it was only led backlit rather than full led, disappointing and title really needs to be changed

In defence of the original post the title is lifted straight from the John Lewis site!

BraveSirRobin;6770416

In defence of the original post the title is lifted straight from the … In defence of the original post the title is lifted straight from the John Lewis site!



quite a few websites list it as the title to be fair, very misleading though as these are no where near as thin (or as expensive) as the samsungs

I very nearly ordered this in the belief it was an LED tv, the description on the John Lewis web site is rather confusing (or maybe I'm just not up to speed with my TV technology!)
From the john lewis page:
"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."

The slimmer form and reduced power consumption are all the benefits of 'full' LED tvs so would have just assumed that this wa the newer technology! :

Just a quick line there is no such thing as a 100 % LED TV even the Samsungs use simlar technology this is all is avaliable in the UK at the moment my friend works at comet !!
Also the price on this is so so so good inc a Good Blu Ray and 5yrs cover for 499.. MEGA DEAL !!!

I've never understood these cash back offers, I'm always sceptical if you'll ever get it back.

Just give me £100 off the purchase in the first place. Job done.

Ok, I am anticipating a good flaming here, but what exactly are all you guys going on about with this LCD / NonLCD thing?

See the following all those who have been captivated by Samsung's clever marketting campaign...

reviews.cnet.com/830…tml

Good deal. The samsung ones are not true LED tvs.

Please go to ]http//ww…tml for more information

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led tv? is there such thing for home entertainment on earth right now?

This TV is fully LED backlit, but does not suport local dimming. It's not a OLED TV, the Samsung you guys mention are LED edge-lit, these apply to the B6000-B7000 series. Like the name says the LEDs are at the sides of the TV, which is why the TV is super slim.

I think there is some confusion about what LED TV means in the consumer market.

It means the TV is an LCD TV with LED backlighting. Either edge lit or local dimming LED backlighting (which can then be further divided into RGB/WhiteLED/Etc). Contrary to some of the posts on here, this includes the Samsungs and every other consumer panel marketed as an LED TV.

Not quite sure what some of you were expecting from the description, but if it was a direct LED (or OLED) panel. Anyone who knows what that is, certainly shouldn't be silly enough to buy one of these by mistake.

Those panels currenty don't exist in the consumer market (apart from the odd small OLED models which are clearly called OLED and marketed as such) so I'm really not sure why a fuss has been kicked up because manufacturers are calling these LED TV's rather then LED backlit TV's.

i'm so fed up with people advertising these as "LED TVs" they're just LED backlit. i wish people would realise it

Original Poster

Thanks for all the feedback - title amended as suggested. I did lift the info from the JL site - sorry if its not as clear as it should be.

Thing is the previous topic was correct, of course people can't be bothered to research this on the Internet.

stezo2k;6770979

i'm so fed up with people advertising these as "LED TVs" they're just LED … i'm so fed up with people advertising these as "LED TVs" they're just LED backlit. i wish people would realise it



Why?

What could someone mistake an LED TV for? OLED is clearly marketed differently and isn't even available in these sizes. And the only other direct LED panels are the huge displays you see at concerts. Pretty sure no one wanting one of those would mistakenly buy an LED TV.

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So, for this money is there a 'better' tv?

Hot deal, especially if you're after a 32" Full HD TV, Blu-ray player and 5 year warranty.

On a personal note, I've previously brought TV's from JL and cannot fault them one bit with aftersales service. I once had 2 replacement Sony TV's, with the last time them giving me a much better model.

For all those moaning this isn't an "LED" telly, I've never heard them called anything but OLED, usually pronounced Oh-Led.

LED > Mid-Range LCD and comparable to High-End LCD sets correct? The ones from Sony, Philips and Panasonic that cost £1K+.
Also LED has Black levels comparable with Plasma's, something that LCD never (and now never likely) had, good black levels.

]http//ww…uk/

There's the technology plug, and I for one think that the back LED method makes more sense than the around the side LED that Samsung employ.

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Says more than 10 in stock as of 14:20

£699 - £100 = £599 not £499....has the price gone up?

yep dodgy ******s put the price up by £100 overnight it was £599 plus £100 cashback at 10pm last night, to be fair was a really really good deal at that price not so good now as i have found you can get this tv for £458.00 on the internet now anyway....
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