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Sharp LED TV - Reviews, Complaints and Problems

By Edited May 13, 2015 0 0

Sometimes, if you just look at one review, you can learn more about a brand. That is what I hope to do here. This will be a Sharp LED TV review that will encompass the entire company.

Sharp isn’t the first brand most people think of when they are shopping for a LED television. They start thinking about Sharp when they realize that they sell televisions a little cheaper than the competition.

Obviously, the next question is whether they are cheaper because they are a better deal or because they are a cheaper product. Well, let’s investigate the product to find that answer. The Sharp AQUOS LC46LE700UN 46-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV will set you back about $1,100.

That’s a steep price for a LED television of its size. LG makes a television that is an inch bigger for a hundred dollars less. So, if Sharp is making a television that actually costs more than the other brands, then why would people go with it?

Well, this particular television has gotten fantastic reviews. People have loved this television. First, let’s talk about the negatives. This is one of the thicker LED televisions that you are going to find.

One of the draws of the flat screen television is that it is thin. So, this might be enough to deter some people. Next, with a 60hz input, this television isn’t breaking any records.

Those complaints aside, let’s look at what makes this television great. This is a bright television.

Chances are you won’t be complaining about images being too dark while you’re watching this television. Now, a Sharp LED TV review wouldn’t be complete if we didn’t talk about the picture.

When you read a review about a TV you need to know about the image quality by the end of the review. That’s the reason you buy a TV. The image quality is very high on this television. It more than gets the job done.

Most people are very satisfied with the quality of the image. Some people have complained that the television puts off a noise while it is on. The noise isn’t too loud, but it could be annoying if you have delicate ears.

This should at least be taken into consideration when you are deciding whether or not to purchase the television. Now, you might not care about the user interface. Some people have given up hope on finding a television that has an intuitive interface. Well, Sharp seems to have gotten this right.

You will be able to understand what’s going on as you switch to this mode or that. Setting up this television is easier than setting up other televisions. This is a bigger deal to some people than to other people.

I hope that this Sharp LED TV review has given you the important basics about these televisions. I know I only focused on one television. That means you will need to research the model you are interested in before you buy it, to make sure that it is up to par.



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