Sharp AQUOS LC32LE700UN 32-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV

  • 32″ Full HD 1080p HDTV LED-TV with 120Hz Fine Motion Enhanced
  • 10-Bit processing and Crystalucent coating Technology
  • UltraBrilliant LED System
  • 4 HDMI terminals, PC input, RS-232C Input
  • 4ms response time
Product Description
With the introduction of the LC32LE700UN, Sharp combines its legendary AQUOS LCD panel technology with a newly developed, proprietary Full Array LED backlight system to create picture quality that is second to none. The LC32LE700UN illustrates Sharp’s LCD technology leadership while also demonstrating its LED engineering advantages. Sharp’s Ultra Brilliant LED system illuminates the TV to extremely high brightness and contrast levels and enables significant environm… More >>

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5 Responses to “Sharp AQUOS LC32LE700UN 32-Inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV”

  1. G. Perry says:

    I’ve been on Amazon for years and seldom write reviews.

    However, I spent about 30 minutes watching and generally checking this set out at a local dealer, about a week ago.

    The image you see here is misleading. Misleading in that the set itself is surprising more beautiful than this image shows. And there is a blue light V-shaped symbol in the center of the bottom horizontal frame. That might strike some as tacky but in fact, it’s a rather nice understated touch. Another surprise is just how light it is. You can easily pick it up and move it with no strain. Try that win an old Trinitron CRT set.

    The picture stunned. I was completely surprised by how great it is. It has deep rich color, uniform brightness and as critical as I am (Only the Sony XBR8 RGB LED Sony has impressed me, until now) I have to say for the price, it tells me that full-array (LEDs completely cover the back, instead of just being around the edges) can be done well and at a price that will sell.

    Assuming the set proves reliable, with no negative surprises, it’s going to cause Sony and Samsung a real price headache. The 32″ Samsung edge-lighted (Not Full-Array either) is around twice the price of this set and I see no difference in picture quality.

    Check it out.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. D. Tran says:

    Considering the technologies packed into this tv, its one of the better value among its class, if you can live with some of its flaws.

    Positives: Very, very good picture quality after calibration. Blu-rays look especially stunning. Deep black, and very good black details.

    Neutral: Slow tuner, changing analog and digital channels takes at least a couple of seconds. Average input lag. Using Guitar Hero 3 lag calibration tool, I was able to get 48 milisec in Game mode, and between 90 – 130 milisec in other modes.

    Negative: Flashlighting. My tv came with 2 large spots, the size of my palm each. Reducing the backlight helps somewhat, but they’re clearly visible during dark scenes such as the cave scenes of Iron Man blu-ray.

    Some recent Sharp panels had banding issues. This Genx panel supposedly corrected this problem. However, I’m disappointed to find out that it is still present at least on my tv.

    I have an inch wide, faint verticle band on the left side of the screen. I didn’t detect this initially until watching the oil field burning scene in Baraka. Subsequently I noticed it came up during watching the US open, and Master and Commander. I can conclusively confirm that the banding is there with my tv when displaying a solid green jpeg. Again this banding is quite faint and very hard to detect, but once I did it’s very hard for me to ignore.

    Rating: 3 / 5

  3. J. Ogann says:

    This is a wonderful TV. The picture is outstanding and the Home Theater Store in Houston not only came up with an outstanding price but excellent service. Try to buy from this store. They are the best.

    Yes, the tuner is a little slow but 99% of us are going to use this set with HDMI sources like a HD cable or Satellite box – right? No flaws in the display but you have to open the little door on the remote and find the A/V mode that suits your environment. This set has a huge number of “knobs to turn” as far as setting up the picture so be careful and find the mode and settings that you need. Once you get it set – it will blow you away.

    Yes, the sound isn’t what you got out of the 250# “console” TV that you just replaced. It has small speakers because it’s a flat panel TV. They are all that way. So stop complaining and go buy yourself a little 5.1 channel sound system that has an optical input. Hook it to the optical output of this set and the Cable or Sat box (see below) and it will be the best show you have ever heard or seen. Better yet, go buy yourself one that has a DVD upconvert or Blue Ray DVD player in it. The LG LHT854 on Amazon is a good example (for less than $200). Buy your optical and HDMI cables here on Amazon too and save a lot of $$. All the hype you read about certain cables being better is wrong. They don’t need to be gold or start with “M”. Speaker cables don’t need to be big, fat and hard to work with. Unless you are running 2000 watts or more, 18 or 16 gauge wire is just fine. It’s all digital data so there is no way the optical or HDMA cable can effect the quality of the sound or video. Be sure to connect your optical sound cable from your cable or Sat box directly to your sound system so you don’t pick up a delay from the TV processing it. IF your sound system has only one optical input, buy an optical splitter/combiner on Amazon for a couple of dollars and combine the optical sources from the TV and cable or Sat box. This all works.

    Sharp has taken the most appropriate road on LED backlighting in my view,simply replace the florescent system with proven technology that was developed for the laptop industry by leaders like Apple. It’s very bright and even.

    Since writing the above review, I have become even more sold on this product. Sharp has a fairly small market share in this field so they try hard to support their users. They offer a program called Aquos Advantage. It includes 3 mo.of warranty extension and a newsletter with info on using their products. It also includes a REAL help line you can call to get help if you don’t understand something or can’t make a feature work. If you are new to HDTV this may be of value to you. They also have a Facebook page and are very responsive through that site. The bigger manufactures may have these contacts as well but Sharps people seem to care about each customer.

    The other thing I have noticed is the quality of the graphics engine. I connected my 3 year old standard def (480P) DVD player to the set using the “component” connection and the picture is as good or better than from an HDMI-connected Up-convert player. This indicates that the graphics engine in this set is outstanding.

    When you get yours, open the little door on the bottom of the remote control and check out the different preset video modes. You will find them very helpful as you try different sources or types of material.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  4. average joe says:

    got this about a week ago. the picture is amazing. very black blacks, extremely sharp color. paired with a sharp aquos blu-ray player, the aquos link system works very nicely. more than enough connections. menu/settings are pretty easy to access/understand. LED technology seems the way to go given the energy savings and life of the backlight, and sharp seems to have a winner here. interesting to me – if you upgrade to this from an old lcd hdtv, you’ll notice a huge difference in the heat coming from the tv.

    the only downside are the speakers – they are clear enough but tiny and hollow. but this holds for every lcd tv on the market as far as i am concerned, so i can’t really hold this against sharp.

    like the previous reviewer said, as long as it proves reliable sharp has produced a tv that gives the best sony, samsung, and other sets a run for their money – at a much lower price.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  5. S. Nayak says:

    This is the cheapest LED backlit 32″ 120Hz 1080p LCD TV available. For the price, it works pretty well. I’ve used it for about 3 weeks now. Though, a lot of my time has been spent on troubleshooting one BIG issue.

    The TV is NOT COMPATIBLE with AT&T U-verse receivers when connected via HDMI. I am forced to use component cable for the U-verse receiver. Both AT&T and Sharp technicians have not been able to resolve this. I saw another reviewer complaining about the same issue at Dell. His receiver is a Motorola one where as mine is CISCO.

    Beware of this issue if you are planning to buy this. Other than that, it cannot be beat in price/performance ratio.

    I’ll update this review if and when the issue is resolved.
    Rating: 3 / 5

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