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Sharp LE32xx (2010) Series

Sharp LE32xx (2010) Series
alaScore 88

152 reviews

Nov, 2020

alaTest has collected and analyzed 152 reviews of Sharp LE32xx (2010) Series. The average rating for this product is 4.0/5, compared to an average rating of 4.3/5 for other products in the same category for all reviews. People really like the black level. The price is also appreciated, whereas many are negative about the color and size.

image quality, price, black level

size, color

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other products in the same category the Sharp LE32xx (2010) Series is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 88/100 = Very good quality.

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alaTest has collected and analyzed 17 user reviews of Sharp LE32xx (2010) Series from The average user rating for this product is 3.8/5, compared to an average user rating of 4.3/5 for other products in the same category on Reviewers really like the image quality. Many are less positive about the size.

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82% of the reviews on give this product a positive rating.

Nov, 2020

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Sharp Aquos LC-37LE320E


Sharp's latest edge LED TV looks the part initially, but the longer you live with it, the more the cracks start to appear.

Pretty design, Punchy colours, Decent multimedia flexibility via the USB

Motion blur/lag, Average black levels, No Freeview HD tuner or online features, Seems expensive

Jul, 2012

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Sharp LC-37LE320 review


Full review: Edge-lit LCD is budget alternative to Quattron range

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Sharp LC-37LE320 review


The LC-37LE320 is an LED flatscreen that takes its design cues, if not its picture technology, from Sharp's high-end Quattron TV range. These panels squeezed a fourth pixel from the usual RGB array, and the yellow pixel's arrival certainly led to a...

Excellent USB media playback; striking monochrome cabinet; vibrant colour fidelity

No Freeview HD; no network connection; limited viewing angle

Feb, 2012

Expert review by : Steve May (

Sharp LC-37LE320 review


Sharp puts on the style with this natty LED Freeview screen

Eye-catching design ; Superior media playback support over USB ; Zingy colour reproduction ; Above average fine detail

No Freeview HD tuner ; No network connectivity or IPTV content portal ; 100Hz motion resolution artefacts ; Utilitarian user interface ; Ordinary sound quality

The 37-inch LC-37LE320 is the second largest of Sharp's new designer LED sets. These screens are not loaded with the latest tech, such as the brand's extra-yellow-pixel Quattron system, and they certainly don't require you to wear funny glasses to view...

Feb, 2011

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Sharp LE320


Sharp has released a new LE320 range of inexpensive LCD-TVs with Edge LED backlight. This means that you get a very slim TV like the other Edge LED models. LE320 will be available in 32, 26 and 22 inches initially and a 37 and 42 inch model later this...

Response time; Fair black level; USB DivX support; Very slim

Lacks details in picture; Inputs pointing towards the back wall; Color accuracy

Manufacturers don't put a lot of effort into the 32-inch segment any more. Most living room TVs today are larger than 32 inches and therefore 32-inch models are primarily reserved for bedrooms and smaller rooms. LE320 is one of these TVs. It has a slim...

Aug, 2010

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Sharp LC-32LE320E


Colours very good design great

Blacks not the greatest

Dec, 2011

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Sharp LC37LE320E


Easy to set up, good design - I particularly like the white back. Lots of options and menus to get the picture how you like it. Great price for a 100Hz.

Not as slim as I was expecting for an LED TV - but who really cares? Image can appear a bit plasticky where everything looks fake but you can get around this by playing with the settings.

Apr, 2011

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Sharp LC37LE320E


Fairly thin for an LCD, although not as thin as other 'side-lit' models.

Sound quality is very poor, even for a slim TV.

Apr, 2011

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great value


worth every penny picture great in all a worthy buy

Mar, 2011

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Sharp LC37LE320E


Smart design, very thin and light

sound is a bit poor have to turn up relatively high to hear all noises

Mar, 2011