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  1. Sharp LC-60UD20 review

    Sharp LC-60UD20 review

    8 Great Value award  

    A new 60-inch 4K TV from Sharp with a killer combination of a native Ultra HD pixel count and an aggressive price.

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    Sharp LC-60LE636E review

    Sharp LC-60LE636E review

    8 Great Value award  

    Offering 60 inches of LED screen for just £1,295, is Sharp's 60LE636 the answer to every cash-strapped home cinema fan's prayers?

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    Sharp LC-40LE831E review

    Sharp LC-40LE831E review

    8  

    Spotless 3D and stunning HD picture from Japan's biggest TV brand, but Quattron tech isn't quite the finished article

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    Sharp LC-46LE831E review

    Sharp LC-46LE831E review

    8  

    Second generation Quattron TV sticks to the high-end with excellent 3D and 2D

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    Sharp LC-37LE320 review

    Sharp LC-37LE320 review

    6  

    Sharp puts on the style with this natty LED Freeview screen

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    Sharp LC-32LE210E review

    Sharp LC-32LE210E review

    8  

    Cute and good value edge-lit LED set sadly lacking Freeview HD

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    Sharp LC-22DV200E review

    Sharp LC-22DV200E review

    7  

    Sharp aims for style and substance with its latest LCD TV/DVD combi

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    Sharp LC40CT2E review

    Sharp LC40CT2E review

    8  

    This Freeview HD telly's minor flaws go head to head with depth, detail and cracking contrast

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    Sharp LC52LE7000E LCD TV review

    Sharp LC52LE7000E LCD TV review

    8  

    Sharp brings LED tech to its affordable TV range with the release of this blinding 52" LCD TV

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    Sharp LC-32LE600E review

    Sharp LC-32LE600E review

    8  

    Old-fashioned LCD is killed-off by this Sharp's value-busting attempt at LED

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    Sharp LC-46LE700E review

    Sharp LC-46LE700E review

    8  

    Sharp's first mainstream LED TV is finally here – and in many ways, it's just peachy

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    Sharp LC-40LE600E review

    Sharp LC-40LE600E review

    8  

    The most affordable LED TV yet gets Sharp back in the game

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    Sharp LC42B20E review

    Sharp LC42B20E review

    10  

    You’d be forgiven for thinking that the picture quality on the new category of slimline ‘flat’ TVs may have been sacrificed to the whims of designers. Not so on Sharp’s first foray into the super-slender sector. And there’s plenty more about this telly that makes it excellent value.

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    Sharp LC-46X8E review

    Sharp LC-46X8E review

    8  

    Exclusively available through John Lewis, Sharp’s 46in X8E LCD TV is a development of the B20 Aquos range, incorporating all the same technology, but with a larger screensize and a smaller physical footprint.

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    Sharp Aquos LC-26D44E LCD TV review

    Sharp Aquos LC-26D44E LCD TV review

    8  

    The neat little Sharp LC26D44EBK is currently the smallest HD Ready Aquos that Sharp UK sells. Available in shiny grey or glossy black its 26-inch screen size makes it an ideal second TV. Hook it up to a DVD player in your bedroom, perhaps, or plug it into a PlayStation 3.

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    Sharp LC-20AD5E review

    Sharp LC-20AD5E review

    8  

    Whether you prefer this set's pictures or those of its rivals largely boils down to personal preference. Where others may be warm and natural, the LC-20AD5E is precise and exacting. While other sets may lay claim to a slightly richer, more cinematic image, the Sharp has them licked in terms of detail resolution and general stability.

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    Sharp LC-26AD5E review

    Sharp LC-26AD5E review

    8  

    The features on the Sharp LC-26AD5E have been trimmed to keep the price down and, while hardly show-stopping, the basics are all here. The HD Ready 1,366 x 768- pixel panel is coupled with two HDMI inputs, which is a decent return for the cash. Delve into the set’s set-up menus and you’ll discover a black level booster and a digital noise reduction engine, but we’d hardly call that top-brand picture processing.

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    Sharp LC32D44 review

    Sharp LC32D44 review

    8  

    At last we have a LCD TV that’s designed as much for everyday Freeview as it is for the new era of high definition. Sharp’s latest screen is also one of its cheapest and while it lacks the style of sets further up its Aquos line-up, the LC32D44E is ideally set-up for any forward-thinking living room.

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    Sharp LC-32AD5E review

    Sharp LC-32AD5E review

    6  

    With Sharp now apparently focusing on the bigscreen end of the LCD market, the LC-32AD5E - with its budget £500 price tag - feels a bit like an afterthought.

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