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Sharp LC-60LE640U

Sharp LC-60LE640U
alaScore 87

7 reviews

Nov, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 7 reviews from magazines and websites. Reviewers really like the connectivity and design. The usability and price also get good comments, whereas there are some mixed comments about the sound.

image quality, price, usability, design, connectivity

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other TVs the Sharp LC-60LE640U is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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Sharp Aquos LC-60LE640U

 

Sharp's Aquos LC-60LE640U is a big HDTV with a gorgeous picture, but its interface isn't as polished as other screens.

Crisp, bright picture. Dark black levels

Unattractive interface and remote

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Sharp LC-60LE640U

 

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-60LE640U Review – 60-inch LED LCD HDTV

 

The 60-inche LED TV set is one of the affordable LED HDTV models launched by Sharp without active or passive 3D compatibility. But it supports 1080p HD resolution along with a set of smart networking, connectivity and internet access options. Also, the...

Similar to the online features, the TV set also comes with a number of input ports and terminals. A viewer can use the HDMI and USB ports of the device to access his offline collection of movies, music, videos and games stored on various types of...

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"Not perfect but a good deal for the money."

 

I picked up one of these at Target last week. Setting it up was a snap, the HDMI ARC works great with my Denon 1913 receiver, so I only need the one cable to send sound through my HT speakers.

Picture quality, connectivity options

Backlight uniformity, wi-fi range

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"Best bang for your buck hands down..."

 

Purchased my LC-60LE640U about a month ago and I am still very pleased with the product. I viewed this model at BestBuy, the floor model was being featured directly next to a Samsung 60' LED model and I clearly saw the immediate difference between the...

Exceptional visual clarity with most HD movies/shows/programs

Occasional interims of motion blur

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"Great TV, crisp picture on FIOS and Blue Ray"

 

Bottom line, this is fantastic LED so far. I bought the 60 inch model from Best Buy on 2/24 as a replacment for an old TV in our family room. This is our first Sharp - I own 2 Samsung LCDs (32 and 52 inch) and was nervous going with a different brand....

Picture quality, all the HDMI & audio/video connections you will ever need, menu's and navigation are pretty good.

None yet - I will update this review if I find something wrong.

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Sharp Aquos 60"

 

Great Picture and easy to use and install. Lots of features

Sound could be better. You will need a soundbar or surround sound

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