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Sharp has recently released it's unique contribution to the LED TV market - a brand new range of LED TVs with full screen LED backlighting. These offer an advantage over rival LED televisions from Samsung and Sony, which only provide LED lighting around the edge of the screen. Here's our guide to Sharp's range of LED TVs, and a few tips to help you pick the right Sharp LED TV for you.
Sharp LED TV Model Numbers
Each Sharp LED TV on the market has a unique model number (e.g. LC32LE600E). Using LC40LE700E as an example, this can be interpreted as follows:
LC - A two-letter code shared by all Sharp televisions. This simply indicates the LED TV is made by Sharp.
40 - The next two numbers indicate the screen size in inches. This can be 22, 26, 32, 40, 46 or even 52. In this case, the screen size is 40 inches.
LE - The 'LE' code is common to all Sharp LED televisions. This indicates the television is in Sharp's range of LED TVs - LCD televisions have a different two-letter code here.
700E - The series number. This can be 320E, 600E, 700E, 811E, 820E or 821E (explained later). These respectively indicate that the TV is from the 300E, 600E, 700E, or 800E series of Sharp LED TVs.
The main differences between the specifications of the latest Sharp LED TVs are outlined in the table below:
* indicates that the specification varies depending on screen size
Sharp AQUOS LE300 Series LED TVs
The Sharp AQUOS LE300 range of LED TVs is the entry level range, offering a great specification for a low price. Indicated by 320E at the end of the model number, currently only smaller screen sizes are available to buy in this range.
All Sharp LE300 LED TVs typically offer three HDMI ports, two scart sockets and a USB port. They also have a refresh rate of 100Hz ensuring super smooth pictures on the LED panel, and a built-in freeview tuner allowing you to watch free-to-view digital TV through your existing aerial, without the need for an additional set-top box.
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Sharp AQUOS LE800 Series LED TVs
The Sharp AQUOS LE800 range of LED TVs is the premium range of Sharp LED TVs, showcasing the best LED technology Sharp has to offer. They are indicated by a 811E, 820E or 821E at the end of the model number. Comparable with the 2010 Samsung 6 Series models, they're the choice for people wishing to spend a little extra for a premium LED TV.
The difference between the 811E, 820E and 821E models are as follows:
LE811E - These models feature a built-in Freeview tuner, allowing you to watch free-to-view digital TV channels in standard definition through your existing TV aerial.
LE820E - Only available direct from Sharp and only available in 40 inches, this model also features a built-in Freeview tuner.
LE821E - These models feature a built-in Freeview HD tuner, allowing you to watch free-to-view digital TV channels. You will be able to view standard definition channels such as BBC One and ITV1, but also take advantage of the HD channels coming to Freeview during the digital switchover, including BBC HD and ITV HD. Some regions will not be able to receive HD until after the switchover - for more information and to check coverage in your area, visit the Freeview website.
All Sharp LE800 LED TVs typically offer four HDMI ports, two scart sockets and a USB port. They also have a refresh rate of 100Hz, ensuring super smooth pictures on the LED panel.
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Sharp AQUOS LE600 Series LED TVs
The Sharp AQUOS LE600 range of LED TVs is the lowest priced range of Sharp LED TVs, and typically the lowest priced LED TVs we see on LED TV Prices. However, don't let the price fool you. The LE600 range offers extremely high quality LED TVs, which are easily able to compete on specification with the Samsung entry-level 6 Series range of LED TVs. The LE600 series is a great choice for those looking to purchase a future-proof, cutting-edge piece of LED technology without breaking the bank.
Sharp LE600 LED TVs typically offer three HDMI ports, a contrast ratio of 2,000,000:1, but unfortunately only a standard refresh rate of 50Hz. However they do feature full screen LED backlighting, which provides an even sharper and brighter picture than the current edge-lit technology seen in ranges from Samsung and Sony.
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Sharp AQUOS LE700 Series LED TVs
The Sharp AQUOS LE700 range of LED TVs is the top range of 2009 LED TVs offered by Sharp. Although more expensive than the LE600 series, the dearer price is justified by a better specification of LED TV. The Sharp LE700 series is for those who wish to buy a high-spec, high quality Sharp full screen LED backlit TV, which will last for many years to come.
Sharp LE700 LED TVs offer a higher specification than the LE600 series, typically offering four HDMI ports, a contrast ratio of 2,000,000:1, and improved refresh rate of 100Hz.
You can always compare prices for Sharp 2009 AQUOS LE700 Series LED TVs and find the best, cheapest price at LED TV Prices.