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Sharp Aquos LC-32LE700UN Review

Sharp Aquos LC-32LE700UN
MSRP $999.99
“The Sharp Aquos LC-32LE700UN is a solid product and a major step up from most any older CFL-backlit LCD TV, but the competition in this price range is heated these days.”
Pros
  • LED backlight
  • 120Hz refresh rate
  • Good black performance
  • Four HDMI inputs
Cons
  • No network connection
  • Doesn’t use a local-dimming backlight
  • Obnoxious branding on the front bezel

Summary

The Sharp AQUOS (LC-32LE700UN) is a 32-inch LCD TV and is part of Sharp’s LE700 AQUOS series which features a Full-Array LED backlight system. It features 1080p X-Gen panel and offers dynamic contrast ratios of more than 2,000,000:1. The LE700 series offers 10-bit processing, which helps lower light leakage and produce extremely deep black levels. The LC-32LE700UN consumes only 55W of power, which exceeds the Energy Star standard by 52 percent.


We haven’t had a chance to fully test this product yet, but we’ve assembled this helpful overview of relevant information on it.


Manufacturer Info


Official Site

Press Release

MSRP: $1,099.99

Available Colors: Black


Recent Press

Digital Trends: Sharp Flips the Switch on New LED-Backlit LCD Aquos HDTVs

Gizmodo: Sharp Aquos LE700 LED TVs Go Mainstream, But Where’s the Local Dimming?

Engadget: Sharp intros slate of new AQUOS LCD HDTVs, first LED models included


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