Sharp LE320 (LC32LE320E) LCD HDTV Review

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<img src="http://reviews.images.static-avforums.com/reviews/179/thumb.jpg" align="right">Reviewed by Mark Hodgkinson, 3rd April 2011.
The Sharp LC32LE320E does nothing to compel itself for recommendation as a purchase, particularly when other televisions in this price range, and below, outperform it in virtually every facet. Other than the outward design, which might find favour for those who's decor suits, it was a step back in time for LCD.


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boxrick

Well-known Member
Why does it never surprise me that sharp are so good at releasing such big fat piles of donkey crud....
:thumbsdow
 

Simba

Well-known Member
not surprised by the review. sharp make rubbish tv's yet they still shift units to make it there worth while...
 

Phill1978

Novice Member
not surprised by the review. sharp make rubbish tv's yet they still shift units to make it there worth while...
because, no offense to them but these people who buy this crud are completely clueless, they look for big and cheap. to them a tv is a just a tv.

its true there are many, many more clued up people these days on AV matters but even so there are many millions who will mindlessly consume this garbage without thought for quality.

I know someone who has an LCD so cripplingly poor in every aspect that looks like it fell out of the ugly tree several times. Its a big grey plastic box with bezels larger than the image. the image smear, the ultra low quality colour accuracy a psychedelic over saturated mess , the grey washed out blacks, the permanent dynamic contrast with a mind of its own, the insane edge enhancement, the crap sound, the lack of any image options to speak of etc.. and yet the same person happily sits in front of it with a poor quality analogue connection and plays games for many hours where when i look at it i just cringe it actually is unplayable to me and yet said person is just happy to shoot at the highly ghosted bad guys on xbox.

again some people will put their hard earned coin onto a 'Pile of Sharp'

what a shame from a company that had made some good products a long time ago.
 

Simba

Well-known Member
because, no offense to them but these people who buy this crud are completely clueless, they look for big and cheap. to them a tv is a just a tv.

its true there are many, many more clued up people these days on AV matters but even so there are many millions who will mindlessly consume this garbage without thought for quality.

I know someone who has an LCD so cripplingly poor in every aspect that looks like it fell out of the ugly tree several times. Its a big grey plastic box with bezels larger than the image. the image smear, the ultra low quality colour accuracy a psychedelic over saturated mess , the grey washed out blacks, the permanent dynamic contrast with a mind of its own, the insane edge enhancement, the crap sound, the lack of any image options to speak of etc.. and yet the same person happily sits in front of it with a poor quality analogue connection and plays games for many hours where when i look at it i just cringe it actually is unplayable to me and yet said person is just happy to shoot at the highly ghosted bad guys on xbox.

again some people will put their hard earned coin onto a 'Pile of Sharp'

what a shame from a company that had made some good products a long time ago.
couldnt agree more :)
 

Letten

Standard Member
I guess I must be one of those clueless ones then :)

I recommended my parents to buy a LC22LE320E (22") to double as a TV and PC monitor on their office desk.

It's 1080P (rare for 22" TV's)
It's not the regular crappy TN-panels normally used in cheaper/smaller TV's (uses Sharps own ASV panel technology)
It's got decent viewing angles (because of panel)
It's got decent blacklevel performance (because of panel)
Panel is matte (better for Monitor use during daytime)

They paid equiv. of 250 GBP.

In the pricerange it was the best deal by far.

Clueless? No, I don't think so. :cool:
 
I was under the impression that ASV was pretty similar to TN. But regardless of the panel type, there can still be variations in quality, it's how it looks that's important.
 
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