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Sharp LC LE640U(52", 60", 70")

Sharp LC LE640U(52", 60", 70")
alaScore 89

7 reviews

Sep, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 7 reviews from magazines and websites. People really like the value for money and color. The design and usability also get good opinions, whereas reviews are divided on the remote control.

image quality, usability, design, color, value for money

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other TVs the Sharp LC LE640U(52", 60", 70") is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 89/100 = Very good quality.

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Sharp Aquos LC-52LE640U

 

Sharp's Aquos LE640U line is full of big HDTVs with gorgeous pictures, but their interface isn't as polished as other screens.

Crisp, bright picture. Dark black levels

Unattractive interface and remote

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Sharp LC-52LE640UHDTV

 

Sharp has nestled comfortably into the niche of providing consumers some of the largest LCD screens on the market. This is a good spot to fill, especially in an America where bigger obviously and always means to better. We picked up the LC-52LE640U...

Smooth color gradients ; Good contrast ratio

Lacks detail in shadows ; Motion performance lackluster

The Sharp LC-52LE640U ($1199.99 MSRP) is one in a series of large-screen, 1080p, Smart TVs, with a heavy motion processing feature. All of these televisions come with AQUOS Link, which allows communication between several AQUOS devices, like DVD...

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Sharp LC-52LE640U

 

If you ask Sharp ( or me ), one of the best reasons to buy a new HDTV, especially if you have one already, is to go big. After introducing massive 70- and 80-inch LCDs last year at prices that in context actually deserve the word "affordable," the...

The relatively inexpensive Sharp LC-LE640U series delivers accurate color thanks to ample picture controls, as well as a matte screen that works well in bright rooms. Its feature set hits all of the right notes for the price, including excellent help...

I noted somewhat lighter black levels and uneven lighting across the screen, both especially obvious in dark scenes under home theater lighting. The Sharp also failed to properly handle film-based (1080p/24) sources, causing slight stutter in certain...

With good picture quality and great pricing, the Sharp LC-LE640U series makes a strong case for mainstream TV shoppers who want to go bigger.

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Sharp LC-52LE640U Review – 52-inch LED LCD HDTV

 

The 52-inch model is one of the affordable non-3D HDTV sets available in the market. It does not support the active or passive 3D technology, but the device offers 1080p HD resolution along with a set of advanced connectivity, networking and internet...

Sharp has further designed the model with built in Wi-Fi and Smart Central TV integration to provide users with a convenient and wireless internet access experience. You can explore these options to browse through your favorite websites on the TV...

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Sharp LC-52LE640U

 

If you intend to purchase this Sharp for home use, there are a couple of drawbacks that we should warn you about.

Smooth color gradients; Good contrast ratio

Lacks detail in shadows; Motion performance lackluster

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Sharp Aquos LC-52LE640U 52-Inch Internet TV

 

Maxell’s Encore EN-5 offer a rich, full sound for an affordable price, beating out nearly all of the headphones in the test. However, our testers didn’t think they were very comfortable, nor did this pair do a good job staying put during use....

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Sharp LC52LE640U

 

The Sharp LC52LE640U LED TV is a great buy for anyone in the market for an affordable flat-panel LED TV. However, if you're looking for a high-quality picture and exceptional specifications, you'll want to look at the reviews of our top-rated models.

The 52-inch screen is impressively thin

The lack of local dimming capabilities hurts this TV

The Sharp LC52LE640Udoesn't perform quite up to the standard of the best LED TVs, but you might want to investigate this TV if you're on a budget.

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