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Sharp TVs Reviews

Updated: Sep 21, 2017 21:58
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#26
alaScore 89

Sharp AQUOS LC-50UB30U UB30

Highly recommend this tv.

263 user reviews

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#27
alaScore 89

Sharp LC-40LE830

Am resident in venice(italy),Here am using sharp tv for 6yrs,one& half year before i purchased a...

17 expert reviews | 46 user reviews

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#28
alaScore 89

Sharp LC LE831 Series LED TV (40", 46", 52" 60")

If you're just looking to wow your friends or fill a wall, then the 80-inch Sharp LC-80LE632U is...

14 expert reviews | 395 user reviews

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#29
alaScore 89

Sharp LC-LE925 Series LCD TV (46", 52", 60")

More HDTV reviews: • TCL 55P607• SunBriteTV Veranda Series SB-4374UHD• LG OLED55C7P• SunBriteTV...

30 expert reviews | 39 user reviews

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#30
alaScore 89

Sharp LC LE630(32", 40", 46")

The Sharp Aquos LC-60LE640U offers an excellent picture on a big screen at an affordable price...

9 expert reviews | 66 user reviews

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#31
alaScore 89

Sharp AQUOS LC-80UE30U UE30

I bought an 80 in Sharp Aquos in October of 2013. In October of this year it developed three...

12 user reviews

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#32
alaScore 89

Sharp Aquos LC-LE600 Series LED TV (32", 37", 40", 42", 46", 47", 50")

With average sound quality, average Freeview and a lack of exciting extra features, the 32LE600E...

26 expert reviews | 372 user reviews

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#33
alaScore 89

Sharp LC-70LE747

70 inch TV the best buy ever, not too heavy, easy to unpack and set up, fantastic picture quality...

4 expert reviews | 19 user reviews

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#34
alaScore 89

Sharp LC-50UB30U

Power Consumption and Conclusions Under normal viewing conditions, the 55UB30 consumes 128 watts...

1 expert reviews | 48 user reviews

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#35
alaScore 89

Sharp AQUOS LC-60UQ17U

Whether or not Sharp’s UQ17U TV is for you may depend entirely on your viewing habits. For us...

3 expert reviews | 113 user reviews

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#36
alaScore 89

Sharp AQUOS LC-60LE650

There aren’t many 60-inch LED Smart TV’s that can be had for $1,100. Actually, at the time of...

7 expert reviews | 241 user reviews

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#37
alaScore 89

Sharp AQUOS LC-65UB30U UB30

Sharp's UB30U offers some wow for less, but Sharp's already moved on and so should you.

1 expert reviews | 63 user reviews

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#38
alaScore 88

Sharp LC-24DV250

Excellent. I thought I already reviewed this. I dont understand why Sharp are discontinuing this TV

18 user reviews

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#39
alaScore 88

Sharp AQUOS LC-70EQ10U

Upgraded from a 46" LED TV. Picture is great, the only issue i have right now is my sound delay...

160 user reviews

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#40
alaScore 88

Sharp - AQUOS Q+ Series - 70" Class (69-1/2" Diag.) - LED - 1080p - Smart...

Great picture quality. !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

290 user reviews

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#41
alaScore 88

Sharp LC-XS1 Series LCD TV (52", 65")

The LC-52XS1U-S is an absurdly attractive TV. It is also absurdly expensive; prohibitively so...

21 expert reviews | 6 user reviews

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#42
alaScore 88

Sharp LC-24LE250

For the price I got it, I'm more than satisfied. Wonderful TV Even though there is No manual, I...

23 user reviews

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#43
alaScore 88

Sharp Aquos LC-LE821 Series LED TV (40", 46")

The Sharp Quattron will give you a stunning picture, but is it a picture that justifies the £400...

7 expert reviews | 257 user reviews

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#44
alaScore 88

Sharp AQUOS LC-80LE650U LE650

After eight month's of service, I can say this is a nice TV for the money. Great picture right...

90 user reviews

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#45
alaScore 88

Sharp LC-42LB150

When it comes to buying a budget TV, it all goes down to compromising on the quality and features...

1 expert reviews | 1683 user reviews

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#46
alaScore 88

Sharp LC-XD1 Series LCD TV (32", 37", 42", 46", 52")

1080P AND HD IS GREAT

43 expert reviews | 477 user reviews

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#47
alaScore 88

Sharp LC-42LD266K

Bought my set from a high street store for £280 including 5 year guarantee. It's a good looking...

21 user reviews

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#48
alaScore 88

Sharp LC-50LB150

Most manufacturers while focusing their attention on the picture quality and a grand display are...

1 expert reviews | 1576 user reviews

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#49
alaScore 88

Sharp LC-50LD266K

As above, high pitch noise when in standby, very limited colour controls (green/red tint and...

51 user reviews

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#50
alaScore 88

Sharp AQUOS LC-39LE551U

Power and Conclusion For a 48-inch LED HDTV, the 48LE551U is a modest power consumer. Under...

1 expert reviews | 138 user reviews

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    About Sharp

    Sharp, like many manufacturers, is using LED backlighting in the majority of it's top tier televisions. Although they are still LCD televisions many stores and consumers refer to them as LED TVs due to the back lighting. Sharp offers an impressive range of Full HD 1080P and HD-Ready LCD TVs to suit all requirements and tastes. Sharp is taking LCD TV to the next level by providing the broadest range, the highest-quality picture performance and the latest technologies including LED backlight, Integrated Blu-ray Player and 100Hz.

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