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Sharp Aquos LC-40LE630E Review

The Sharp LE630E is a mid-range TV, so although it doesn’t support 3D, it does include most other up-to-date features, including a 100 Hz motion interpolation filter, support for DLNA and online services from the Aquos Net+ platform.

At first sight, this Sharp TV looks strangely like it comes from Philips, with the same rounded frame and stand as the Dutch manufacturer’s 2010 collection.



Excellent contrast ratio and deep blacks: 4160:1 and 0.06 cd/m²

Accurate colour reproduction: average deltaE: 3.4

Matte finish doesn’t suffer from reflections

No problems with clouding on our test unit

Low energy consumption: 57 W


Narrow viewing angles: 1.7/5

Media player doesn’t support enough video formats

Less responsive than average

Poor quality remote


The Sharp LE6303E turned out to be a pleasant surprise: it’s one of the few TVs with Edge LED backlighting not to suffer from clouding, for instance, and it produces a great picture with a high contrast ratio and accurate colour reproduction.  It will suit anybody who wants a slim TV but can do without 3D.

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