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Review Sharp LC-32LE700E: LED-Backlit Model with a Sluggish Panel

Autor: Markus Hevesi
04/28/2010, 10:38 CET

At the end of October, Sharp announced two new models with LED backlight. The first, named LCLE600E, is available in screen diagonals of 32, 40 and 46 inches and represents the standard series. In terms of receiving equipment, this model is provided with an analog and a DVB-T tuner; its image refresh rate is at 50 Hertz only.

The other one, being available in 32, 40, 46 and, additionally, in 52 inches, is the advanced LCLE700E series. This range of models possesses 100 Hertz image refresh rate and, supplementary to analog and DVB-T tuner, is provided with digital cable tuner.

Sharp LC-32LE700E - pro: LED Backlit Unit, con: lame panel (Picture: Sharp).

Having the opportunity to rigorously test the LCLE700E model in the 32-inch version, we were delighted by its variety of image adjusting controls, making it a proper challenge to soundly calibrate the panel in order to refine factory settings. You might want to check out our detailed review and read how well the set did in other disciplines.

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