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Excellent 2D and 3D picture quality.
Affordable 60inch LED HDTV.
Natural colors with solid black levels.
Some marginal colour balance issues and slight backlight clouding.
Fiddly operating system.
Build quality isn't exactly class leading.
By Home Cinema Choice on February 08, 2012
Despite the best efforts of a lab-coated George Takei in Sharp’s ‘Quattron’ TV ad campaign, the brand’s unique four-colour technology hasn’t fired the imagination of Joe Public as much as was hoped.I found Quattron’s...100
By T3 Magazine on December 01, 2011
We don’t think Sharp’s engineers got adequate kudos for creating Quattron quad-pixel tech in the first place; it was a remarkably inventive bit of engineering. Now with this TV they’ve pushed the concept forward yet again. Well worth...80
By HDTV Reviews on November 10, 2011
It’s been a while now since we had a look at one of Sharp’s LCD TVs, which made their delivery of a the new LC40LE831E quite timely, since we’re always eager to see what the Japanese LCD innovator is up to. The company has a tradition...-
By Trusted Reviews on August 26, 2011
The 40LE831E is ultimately not quite as desirable as the 46LE831E, partly due to the way its smaller size decreases its 3D impact, and partly due to the 40LE831E’s marginally less sharp HD pictures. But it’s still a very fine TV for its...90
By TechRadar on August 25, 2011
Is Sharp's star on the rise? Hot on the heels of the news that Sharp could be about to get investment from Apple to become the supplier of iPhone and iPad screens, here's another fillip to the inventor of LCD TVs â a cracking 3D...80
By Whathifi.com on August 11, 2011
Getting your head around TV range is altogether less taxing than it is for other brands. While others offer myriad models within countless ranges, Sharp has a much more manageable roster.Quattron is the name of the latest range, and contains eight...80
By RegHardware on August 06, 2011
If you’re concerned about Internet connectivity, then rivals such as Samsung offer a more comprehensive range of on-line services. However, I remain a fan of the rich, vivid images produced by Sharp’s four-colour Quattron technology and...75
By Pocket-lint on July 08, 2011
About as serious as LED backlighting gets, there’s a lot to like about this 3D Quattron TV. Proficient with colour, contrast and clean 3D, it's not quite as enjoyable as a Panasonic plasma, but not to far behind. A good size for both 3D and...80
By Home Theater Review on July 08, 2011
For a little over $2,000 retail, Sharp's 60-inch LED HDTV, the LC-60, is worthy of your consideration. While it doesn't necessarily "win" any particular category in terms of its performance, it's far from the worst. While it's clear to...70
By CNET UK on July 05, 2011
The Sharp Aquos LC-40LE831E LED TV has its plus points, such as its impressive 3D performance. But its 2D picture quality could be better and its Internet features lag behind the...50