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Sharp Aquos LC60LE636E Review

It’s been a while since we’ve seen such a big TV from Sharp, but now the firm is back in business with this new 60” monster.  It’s absolutely enormous, but if you’ve got a big enough sitting room to be able to sit four metres back, then why not go for it?  If the large size of the screen doesn’t convince you, then perhaps the relatively small price tag will …


Excellent contrast ratio and deep blacks: 4900:1 and 0.03 cd/m²

Excellent responsiveness: average ghosting time of 8.5 ms

Decent colour reproduction: average deltaE: 3.9

Semi-glossy panel keeps most reflections in check

Low energy consumption: 100 W


Some slight clouding on the unit we tested

Media player doesn’t support many container formats

Mediocre remote


The Sharp LC-60LE636E is a good giant TV.  It will be a big hit with most viewers, but real Home Cinema fans will probably prefer a plasma TV to avoid problems like clouding, an uneven performance across the whole surface of the screen and slightly disappointing viewing angles.

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