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

alaTest has collected and analyzed 111 reviews from magazines and websites. Views about the design and color are overall positive. The usability and value for money are also mentioned favorably, but there are some negative opinions about the build quality and sound.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other TVs the Sharp Aquos LC-LE600 Series LED TV (32", 37", 40", 42", 46", 47", 50") is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

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alaTest has collected and analysed 15 user reviews of Sharp Aquos LC-LE600 Series LED TV (32", 37", 40", 42", 46", 47", 50") from The average user rating for this product is 4.4/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.3/5 for other TVs on

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100% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

This summary is based on the products: Sharp LC32LE600E 32 -inch LCD 1080 pixels 50 Hz TVSharp LC40LE600E 40 -inch LCD 1080 pixels 50 Hz TV

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Sharp Aquos LC32LE600E television review


Sharp's latest 32-inch LCD TV is an attempt to bring the latest flatscreen tech to the masses, but this bare bones approach won't suit everyone. Because aside from its use of LED backlighting - a genuinely new development in the marketplace at this low...

LED backlighting, convincing black, good contrast

Some blur, few picture options, only three HDMI

With average sound quality, average Freeview and a lack of exciting extra features, the 32LE600E may seem a lacklustre attempt. But the 32LE600E sees the debut of Full Screen Direct LED backlighting at this low price and it is a genuinely compelling...

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Sharp LC-32LE600E review


Old-fashioned 32" LCD is killed-off by this Sharp's budget LED model

Excellent contrast ; Black response ; Great value LED tech

Some blur and judder ; No home networking ; No USB ports ; Rudimentary onscreen menus

None of its cons are so serious as to prevent this 32-inch LED set from representing something of a watershed; the moment when standard LCD died-off and was replaced by its souped-up LED version. And on the LC-32LE600E, at a remarkably low price.


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Sharp LC-40LE600E review


The most affordable 40" LED TV yet gets Sharp back in the game

Attractive design ; Excellent price for LED technology ; Stunning colours

Plasticky finish ; Chunky rear end ; Only three HDMIs ; Motion blur

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Sharp Aquos LC-32LE600E 32in LED Backlit LCD TV


LED backlighting is certainly a hot topic right now and this 32in LCD TV from Sharp makes full use of it.

With this in mind we’d like to be able to tell you Sharp’s contrast ratio measurement for the 32LE600E, despite such figures being notoriously unreliable. But rather unhelpfully Sharp merely declares that its TV’s contrast ratio is ‘Mega’. Sigh....

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Sharp Aquos LC-40LE600E 40in LED Backlit LCD TV


The LC-40LE600E is a genuine original to the UK LCD TV market, offering direct LED lighting with white dimming for a good price.

At this point, it's worth stressing that Sharp isn't the first brand to sell a TV that combines white dimming with direct LED lighting. But critically, with its £807 price tag, the 40LE600E is miles cheaper than any of its similarly specced...

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Sharp LC32LE600E review


Sharp's Aquos LC32LE600E is a full LED-backlit TV, which means that instead of the traditional fluorescent tubes, LEDs are spread across the back of the screen, which gives a more even and generally brighter display. It also reduces power consumption,...

The full-LED backlight makes this a bright TV with great colour, but it lacks many extra features, and Toshiba's larger 37RV635D is much better value.

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Sharp Aquos LE600 (LC40LE600E) review


Sharp's attempt to make LED-backlit LCD TVs mainstream has paid off handsomely in the Aquos LC40LE600E. Despite feeling slightly under-specified in some areas, this surprisingly inexpensive TV really does deliver all the picture benefits of direct LED...

Pretty design ; LED-backlighting system produces stunning colours and black levels ; Automatic HDMI labelling ; Relatively affordable

Build quality is rather flimsy ; Only three HDMI sockets ; Occasional motion blur ; Average audio

Conclusion While some minor flaws prevent the Sharp Aquos LC40LE600E from being the truly classic set it might have been, it's still another compelling addition to the canon of LED-backlit TVs, especially given its ground-breaking price. Roll on...

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Sharp Aquos LE600 – LC40LE600E


If Sharp were a Premiership football team, I would place them in a similar mold to the likes of Everton or Aston Villa: capable of beating anyone on their day; always finishing in the top half of the table; but never quite breaking into the very...

What you get with the Sharp Aquos LC40LE600E is the very bare bones of an LED TV for an eye-catching price. The 40″ screen lends itself to any size of living room, or even as a second set for the bedroom and is light enough to mount on most walls....

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Sharp 32inch TV (LC-32LE600)


A rather nice 32inch LCD HD Ready TV from Sharp. Considering what even a small flat panel of a few years ago used to weigh, this even with its stand is light. However when you remove it from its box without the stand fixed its very light.

Picture quality was fine with a good range of contrast and brightness available and plenty of colour style choices. Blacks are good and when viewed in a poorly lit room the edge of the image is not definable from the screen even when there are bars on...

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It would perhaps have been nice to have seen 4 HDMI ports on a TV of this calibre, but for now the 3 on board inputs will have to do. A freeview tuner is built in, which makes this television ready to cope with the digital switchover and there is a...


Product Specifications


2D to 3D Conversion: No
Application Store: No
Application Store (IPTV): No
DLNA certified: No
DVB-T2: No
DVD Player / Recorder: No
Electronic Program Guide (EPG): Yes
HbbTV: No
Loudspeakers: Yes
Media Player: No
PC Streaming: No
Picture and Text (PAT): Yes
USB Recording: No
Video-on-Demand (VoD): No
Web Browser: No
Web Content Access: No


CI Plus: No
DLNA certified: No
Ethernet: No
Headphone Output: Yes
PC Streaming: No
VGA / D-Sub Interface: Yes
WiFi Connectivity: No
YUV Interface: Yes

Dimensions / Weight

VESA Mount:VESA 200 x 200 / VESA 400 x 400


Frame Refresh Rate in Hz:50
Frequency:50 Hertz
Full HD: Yes
HD ready: Yes
LED Backlight:Direct LED

Energy Information

Energy Saving Trust Feature:No / Yes

General Features

3D: No
3D Ready: No
3D Technology:Not Applicable
Product Type:LCD
Screen Format:16:9
Type of Monitor:LCD