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Sharp LC46GD7X

Sharp LC46GD7X
alaScore 83

7 reviews

Feb, 2018

alaTest has collected and analyzed 7 reviews of Sharp LC46GD7X. The average rating for this product is 3.3/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other TVs for all reviews.

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other TVs the Sharp LC46GD7X is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 83/100 = Very good quality.

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Expert review by: Ty Pendlebury (cnet.com.au)

Sharp LC46GD7X

 

This is an excellent TV which boasts improved styling, great sound and a bright involving picture, but it's AU$700 more expensive than its nearest competitor. With a price reduction this TV could be even more impressive.

1080p support ; Bold, bright images ; Ghost-free pictures ; Removeable speakers ; Enhanced styling

Emphasises digital noise ; Not suited to wall mounting ; Costly

This is an excellent TV which boasts improved styling, great sound and a bright involving picture, but at AU$7199 it's AU$700 more expensive than the excellent 46" X-series Sony Bravia. With a price reduction this TV could be even more impressive.

Feb, 2007

Consumer review by: Charmed (cnet.com.au)

Sharp LC46GD7X

 

I have purchased one of sharps top of the range LED TV,s.

Everything about them

Aug, 2010

Consumer review by: barno (cnet.com.au)

Sharp LC46GD7X

 

This model is much the same as the LC-46G7X supplied in NZ minus the digital tuner. Harvey Norman allowed one out the door for $5300NZ. This is a good value panel when specification is considered, albeit the Americans can get their version for @half...

1080P. Excellent Dynamic Contrast ratio of 10,000:1 (2000:1 native). Great 'in black' detail and colour. Perfectly adequate low def analogue picture reception. 2xHDMI. 46G7X has a side mounted input for game console, camcorder or VCR

Wall mount spacing on back of panel is a bit narrow at 200x200 for such a large frame but it WILL safely wall mount

May, 2007

Consumer review by: sobriquet (cnet.com.au)

Sharp LC46GD7X

 

The reviewer states how it is a bit expensive at over $7k. How about in the US where this TV is currently $US2520 on bestbuy.com, that is < $AUS 3200!!

Mar, 2007

Consumer review by: sobriquet (cnet.com.au)

Sharp LC46GD7X

 

The reviewer states how it is a bit expensive at over $7k. How about in the US where this TV is currently $US2520 on bestbuy.com, that is < $AUS 3200!!

What a rip-off. Why must we pay double what the US pays for these things!

Mar, 2007

Consumer review by: (cnet.com.au)

Sharp LC46GD7X

 

This model is much the same as the LC-46G7X supplied in NZ minus the digital tuner. Harvey Norman allowed one out the door for $5300NZ. This is a good value panel when specification is considered, albeit the Americans can get their version for @half...

1080P. Excellent Dynamic Contrast ratio of 10,000:1 (2000:1 native). Great 'in black' detail and colour. Perfectly adequate low def analogue picture reception. 2xHDMI. 46G7X has a side mounted input for game console, camcorder or VCR.

Wall mount spacing on back of panel is a bit narrow at 200x200 for such a large frame but it WILL safely wall mount.

Consumer review by: postulos (productreview.com.au)

OK

 

The picture quality is reasonable but for a much cheaper LCD. It lacks the more modern ad-ons now available.

reasonable picture. Sony is better.

Ridiculously over-priced

Jun, 2008