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Sharp Aquos 46 inch LC46X20E HD 1080p Freeview Widescreen LCD TV

Released on 10 April 2008

Manufacturer: Sharp

4.0 out of 5 (2 customer reviews) | Write a review

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46 inch Aquos HD Ready 1080P LCD TV with built-in digital tuner (DVB-T) and dynamic contrast ratio of 10000:1. Slim frame and super thin design. De-Juddering picture enhancement technology, 4ms response time and 3x HDMI outputs. 24Hz Compatible.
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  • Product Description: Sharp LC46X20E - 46" LCD TV
  • Product Type: LCD TV
  • Diagonal Size: 46" - widescreen
  • Dimensions (WxDxH): 110 cm x 32.5 cm x 76 cm - with stand
  • Digital Television Certification: HD ready
  • Resolution: 1920 x 1080
  • Display Format: 1080p (FullHD)
  • Video Interface: Component, composite, HDMI, S-Video, SCART
  • PC Interface: VGA (HD-15)
  • Technology: TFT active matrix
  • Progressive Scan: Yes
  • Image Aspect Ratio: 16:9
  • TV Tuner: 1x analogue, 1x digital
  • Digital TV Tuner: DVB-T
  • Analogue TV Tuner: PAL, SECAM
  • Multi-channel Preview: Picture-and-text (PAT)
  • Features: Dynamic Contrast, built-in digital FREEVIEW TV tuner, TruD technology
  • Sound Output Mode: Stereo
  • Speaker System: 2 speakers
  • Sound Effects: SRS TruSurround XT
  • Remote Control: Remote control - infrared
  • Power: AC 230V ( 50 Hz )

customer Reviews

 Average rating (2 reviews)


| | See all wils35's reviews (4)

Not many people know but sharp supply sony with there LCD panels. Remember the japanese sony psp's had better screens than the uk psp's?? Thats because the japanese psp's had sharp screens on them unlike the uk versions. Open up a sony vaio laptop and see what LCD panel is in it, it will be a sharp. Open up a sony bravia tv and see what LCD panel it has in it, it will be a sharp. Japanese train station has a big 108" LCD panel to display train times, guess what make that 108" LCD panel is?? It is a sharp. Go to japan and see all the big screens on the buildings, they are all sharp. Sony would probably only beat sharp in the sound quality department but if you have a big screen tv like this more than likely you will have it hooked up to a surround sound system anyway therefore not using the tv's speakers, but saying that alot of sharps are fitted with pioneer speakers now. You cant beat a sharp LCD panel. If your after picture quality get a sharp LCD.

 Great hi def images and a well worth the cash

| | See all Bigal1870's reviews (36)

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I have owned this LCD TV for a couple of months now and on the whole I have been happy with it.

Sharp has come under fire recently with regard to the picture quality of their larger sized LCD panels, and if you read some of the reviews in AV magazines you would be forgiven for thinking that Sharp have lost the plot completely. This is not the case.

I was given this LCD as a warranty replacement when my 42" LG broke down and initially I was a little disappointed as the picture it supplied appeared a little undercooked and lacking in "brightness", however after playing about with the extensive set up menus I was able to achieve what I was after. It is worth remembering that most large screen TV,s rarely come up to scratch straight out of the box, and setting them up properly is worth the time and effort involved.

Connected to a Blu ray player the Sharp performs very nicely indeed, with good quality black levels and 60HZ motion tracking ensuring a very sharp hi def image. Colour transfer is up there with the likes of LG and Sony panels, however this unit does not compete favourably with Samsung's series 8 LCD,s (my brother has one and I am jealous). But the Sharp is around £500 cheaper than the Samsung and in the current financial climate this is a consideration.

The unit has freeview installed, but this is of poor quality and not a patch on Sky or Virgin which both look excellent on the Sharp.

For a large panel LCD the Sharp is well worth the money and whilst not up there with the best of the best, it does the job very nicely.

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