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Sharp LC LE632 Series TV (32", 40", 46", 60", 70", 80")

alaTest has collected and analyzed 116 reviews of Sharp LC LE632 Series TV (32", 40", 46", 60", 70", 80"). The average rating for this product is 4.3/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other TVs for all reviews. Opinions about the size and sound are generally positive. The price and usability are also mentioned favorably. Some have doubts about the energy efficiency and reliability.

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We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other TVs the Sharp LC LE632 Series TV (32", 40", 46", 60", 70", 80") is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 33 user reviews of Sharp LC LE632 Series TV (32", 40", 46", 60", 70", 80") from The average user rating for this product is 4.5/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.1/5 for other TVs on People are impressed by the size and sound. The price and usability also get good comments. Reviews are divided on the reliability. Some have doubts about the energy efficiency.

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94% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

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Feb, 2017

Expert review by: Ty Pendlebury (

Sharp LC-80LE632U review: Sharp LC-80LE632U


It's no secret why you're here; the lure of an 80-inch flat-panel television is too great for anyone to resist. Being the first one on the market, the Sharp LC-80LE632U is bound to attract a lot of attention, and despite some of its more obvious flaws,...

The gigantic, 80-inch Sharp LC-80LE632U is a mightily impressive television in the flesh, and it will instantly inspire envy in all who view it. The TV comes with a decent mix of features and handsome styling, and its matte screen improves the picture...

The picture quality is underwhelming for the price you pay: lighter black levels and rosy reds mean it can't even keep up with cheaper (and inevitably smaller) LCD and plasma TVs. You'll need a really big room to put this in, with at least 10 feet of...

If you're just looking to wow your friends or fill a wall, then the 80-inch Sharp LC-80LE632U is one of the best TVs you can buy, but ho-hum picture quality makes it a questionable value.

Mar, 2012

Expert review by: John Archer (

Sharp LC-80LE632U


Sharp's startlingly straightforward 'big screen, low price' mantra at the CES finds its most startling expression with the seriously tempting 80in 80LE632U TV.

At a CES that was more defined than usual by new TV technologies, it was a gamble for Sharp to focus on a simple, price-driven message. But as we walked away from Sharp’s stand already wondering which room we might best be able to accommodate one of...

Jan, 2012

Consumer review by: iYaadie (

"Unless you are a Videophile i would not go by CNET"


The TV is HUGE the Pic Quality for the "average non Videophile" was great everything is fantastic, it would be nice if people who actually SAW/OWNED the unit ,give a review and not people who read reviews that just makes comments....I am a satisfied...

Screen Size ...I really love the Picture quality ...HD feels like you are on set....i have had quite a few LED(s) Samsung LG etc..looking at the device in Store it was okay...took it home plugged it up MAGIC

The setup process was cumbersome....the Processor moved a bit slowly at first running through the setup then again i have Apple Tv ,Xbox, Nintendo Wi ,Cable Set Top box , internet connectivity...After it was all said and Done i am happy

Mar, 2013

Consumer review by: maxhuey (

"Great TV Except for..."


Coming from 72" DLP, I am quite disappointed with the picture of this TV, so much for Quattro! I have owned many other LED/LCD TV's and even the lowly Target branded "Element" has better color and much wider viewing angle. I also owned Sony EX 60", LG...

Good color, lots of inputs, Logical function, easy to navigate, 3D seems better than my 60" Sony, 3D sound quite realistic, at just under 120 pound, it can still be mounted on the wall.

Viewing angle is the worst in the LED/LCD TV class. if you are only 10 degrees off the center in any directions, the color begin to wash out and black becomes gray. The further you are from the center, the worst it becomes.

Feb, 2013

Consumer review by: Mike_Likes_It (

"The CNET review is off. This TV is fabulous."


This TV has a fabulous picture. I don't know if CNET got a bad example or what. It does require some calibration and turning off some of the picture enhancers, but it can be tuned to deliver excellent color. It probably won't be calibrated correctly at...

It is huge and has a great picture. The size of this TV when viewed from 12 foot is just perfect. When properly calibrated (not the way you will probably see it at the store) the picure is absolutely stunning.

The price is high but worth it. I know it doesn't have 3D, but it didn't matter to me as I rather hate 3D. Even theater 3D gives me a headache. The standard speakers are a bit weak, but are kind of standard for TV speakers.

Apr, 2012

Consumer review by: Vagabond123 (

"Awesome TV, I've owned it for a month now, AMAZING."


I love this TV as does everyone who sees it. Not only is the size overwhelming at first but the picture is as well. It's a treat to watch as no TV I have seen is as stunning. Talk about seeing imperfections in people. It's like the first time seeing...

1) Great black color - The blacks are as BLACK as anything I have seen out there. CNET, did you really see this TV before writing your review???

1) Sorta difficult to get setup correct.I finally went online and found pro settings and I started there.

Mar, 2012

Consumer review by: BillyM1967 (

"CNET Reviews are lousy..."


CNET, your reviews are useless, and here's my proof. This is what you wrote on your front page, "If you're looking to wow your friends or fill a wall, then the 80-inch Sharp LC-80LE632U is one of the best TVs you can buy", but then followed it...

It's big....and really, really expensive.

It has a crappy picture...which means it's NOT worth the money! 3 out of 5 stars when you admit is has a crappy's a TV, if the picture is crappy it should receive 1 out of 5....explains why most people only come here for the pictures!

Mar, 2012

Consumer review by: pctechie95 (

"Why are we using antiquated 1080p on TVs this big?!"


Has it even occured to the TV manufacturers that they should be using high-density LCD panels like the ones in our computer monitors??? Our 27" monitors for sale today have around 2560x1440,although with a hefty price tag... But for an average price of...


-Uses 1080p technology....

Mar, 2012

Consumer review by: brk5335 (

"What a piece of "junk"! Your review is too generous."


Anyone who would purchase this television would need to be blind. Go to any television dealer and view the picture quality before committing! Blooming red/cyans, glossy color rendition, unsharp, pixelated, etc., etc.. Terrible waste of whatever the cost

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Mar, 2012

Consumer review by: EOliva (

Completely satisfied!


Got this monster for $1399.99 (unfortunately not through newegg) for my game room upstairs. If the Sharp holds up and goes the mile I will be extremely satisfied. TV looks beautiful for 60". Backlit really makes a difference. Watched Iron Man in...

Big!! Backlit. Nice crisp, clean picture when watching HD content. Have not watched a sporting event on it yet but I am eagerly awaiting that. Speakers are "ok" as expected with a flat screen so I won't even list them in the cons ; Games through my...

Only cons I have to list are regarding the firmware built into the TV while using USB. Playing an array of different video formats from an external hard drive that I store video content on. The TV does not seem to handle a lot of different ones...

Nov, 2011