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Testseek.com have collected 18 expert reviews of the Sharp LC-46LE831S and the average rating is 78%. Scroll down and see all reviews for Sharp LC-46LE831S.


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The editors liked

  • The LC60 is one of the more affordable 60inch LED HDTVs you can currently buy
  • The LC60 performance is surprisingly good
  • Possessing rich
  • Natural colors with solid black levels coupled with near uniform backlighting something few edge lit LED displays can claim
  • The LC60 is one of the few edge lit LED HDTVs that I've come across that doesn't outright butcher SD content
  • Good news for those o
  • Excellent 2D and 3D picture quality
  • Luxurious design

The editors didn't like

  • The LC60's build quality isn't exactly class leading and no doubt a reason for its roughly $2
  • 000 asking price. Thankfully
  • The LC60's build quality isn't reflected in its performance
  • Which is otherwise very good
  • The LC60 is not 3D compatible
  • Which may or may not be a deal breaker for some of you I know it isn't for me
  • While I appreciate the included Apps that come with the LC60
  • There do
  • Some marginal colour balance issues and slight backlight clouding
  • Fiddly operating system

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  Published: 2012-02-08, review by: homecinemachoice.com

  • Excellent 2D and 3D picture quality; luxurious design,
  • Some marginal colour balance issues and slight backlight clouding; fiddly operating system,

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  Published: 2011-07-08, review by: hometheaterreview.com

  • The LC60 is one of the more affordable 60inch LED HDTVs you can currently buy, The LC60 performance is surprisingly good, possessing rich, natural colors with solid black levels coupled with near uniform backlighting something few edge lit LED displays can claim, The LC60 is one of the few edge lit LED HDTVs that I've come across that doesn't outright butcher SD content, good news for those o
  • The LC60's build quality isn't exactly class leading and no doubt a reason for its roughly $2,000 asking price. Thankfully, the LC60's build quality isn't reflected in its performance, which is otherwise very good, The LC60 is not 3D compatible, which may or may not be a deal breaker for some of you I know it isn't for me, While I appreciate the included Apps that come with the LC60, there do
  • For a little over $2,000 retail, Sharp's 60-inch LED HDTV, the LC-60, is worthy of your consideration. While it doesn't necessarily "win" any particular category in terms of its performance, it's far from the worst. While it's clear to see where Sharp ...

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  Published: 2012-05-09, review by: gadgetshow.channel5.com

  • Viewing pictures on the Sharp LC-40LE831E you can immediately see that the vibrancy of colours really stands out. Bright colours such as blues really come alive, even in 3D. The 3D effect is very good indeed. Pictures pop out convincingly as they should without being jarring on the eyes. Where the Sharp LC-40LE831E also shines is in the clarity of its 3D images. 3D TVs often suffer from looking d
  • One of the major drawbacks is having to purchase the glasses separately. At £59.99 they don’t exactly come cheap. And you’ll want at least two if you want others to share the 3D experience with you. Wi-Fi built in, instead of having to use a dongle would have been a nice touch but as it stands the Sharp LC-40LE831E still offers great value.
  • Outstanding picture quality and all-round performance, and value for money make the Sharp LC-40LE831E one of the best bargains around. Sharp LC-40LE831E is tagged with Sharp, LC-40LE831E, review, 40-inch, LCD, 3D TV, television and 1080p. Select a tag ...

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  Published: 2011-12-01, Author: Steve May , review by: T3.com

  • Rich colour reproduction, Great motion handling, Solid media streaming
  • No iPlayer, Blacks could be better, 3D crosstalk effects
  • We don’t think Sharp’s engineers got adequate kudos for creating Quattron quad-pixel tech in the first place; it was a remarkably inventive bit of engineering. Now with this TV they’ve pushed the concept forward yet again. Well worth hunting down for

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  Published: 2011-11-10, review by: hdtvtest.co.uk

  • Abstract:  It’s been a while now since we had a look at one of Sharp’s LCD TVs, which made their delivery of a the new LC40LE831E quite timely, since we’re always eager to see what the Japanese LCD innovator is up to. The company has a tradition of producing dist...

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  Published: 2011-08-26, review by: trustedreviews.com

  • Startlingly good 3D pictures, Very good 2D pictures too, Good Value
  • Fiddly onscreen menus, Online features only average, HD pictures look slightly soft at times
  • The 40LE831E is ultimately not quite as desirable as the 46LE831E, partly due to the way its smaller size decreases its 3D impact, and partly due to the 40LE831E’s marginally less sharp HD pictures. But it’s still a very fine TV for its money, especial...

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  Published: 2011-08-25, review by: techradar.com

  • Intense, but controlled brightness, Clean 3D images, Full HD detail, Colour, Wi-Fi dongle included
  • Spreadsheet-like EPG, Busy remote, Rudimentary user interface
  • Is Sharp's star on the rise? Hot on the heels of the news that Sharp could be about to get investment from Apple to become the supplier of iPhone and iPad screens, here's another fillip to the inventor of LCD TVs – a cracking 3D TV that's a polished ...

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  Published: 2011-08-16, Author: Phil Hinton , review by: avforums.com

  • Abstract:  The model we have for review is the Sharp LC-40LE831E 40 inch LED TV with a Freeview HD tuner and full UK specification. Also available is the Sharp LC-46LE831E 46 inch LED TV which has not been reviewed here but should offer the same features and a simil...

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  Published: 2011-08-11, review by: whathifi.com

  • Clean and detailed pictures, smooth motion, good 3D, competitive price
  • Can’t deliver darkest black levels of best, internet TV content missing catchup TV

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  Published: 2011-08-06, review by: theregister.co.uk

  • If you’re concerned about Internet connectivity, then rivals such as Samsung offer a more comprehensive range of on-line services. However, I remain a fan of the rich, vivid images produced by Sharp’s four-colour Quattron technology and reckon that it...

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