Sharp LCD TV reviews

Every Sharp LCD and LED TV we've reviewed in the last year

Although Sharp does not have as many TVs on offer as larger brands like Samsung, Sony or Panasonic, we are generally happy with their picture quality, performance and built-in features. Here's a list of every Sharp LCD and LED TV we've looked at in the last year.

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Sharp LC40LB700X

Sharp’s LC40LB700X LED television is the first in Australia with an integrated Blu-ray disc player. This plus its great picture quality make the LC40LB700X a great purchase.

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  • 12th Oct., 2009
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Sharp
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  • Pros:
  • Great contrast, vivid colour and sharpness, integrated Blu-ray player
  • Cons:
  • Not as thin as other LED TVs, Blu-ray player is sometimes sluggish

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