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Sharp LC-39LE440U 39-Inch 1080p 60Hz LED HDTV


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Sharp LC-39LE440U 39-Inch 1080p 60Hz LED HDTV

The 39″ Class (39″ diagonal) LC- 39LE440U features a full HD 1080p panel with edge lit LED backlighting, delivering natural, vibrant picture quality.

Sharp LC-39LE440U 39-Inch 1080p 60Hz LED HDTV

FEATURED Sharp LC-39LE440U 39-Inch 1080p 60Hz LED HDTV

  • 5M:1 Dynamic Contrast Ratio
  • Thin Bezel Design
  • 2 HDMI, 1 USB
  • TV without stand (Width x Height x Depth): 36-5/64″ x 24-5/64″ x 9-3/64″, TV with stand (Width x Height x Depth): 36-5/64″ x 22-3/4″ x 1-49/64″

 

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What customers say about Sharp LC-39LE440U 39-Inch 1080p 60Hz LED HDTV

  1. Joseph J. says:
    40 of 44 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    An excellent TV for the bedroom or den. Glorious picture quality, but poor sound., March 8, 2013
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    Joseph J. (California) –

    This review is from: Sharp LC-39LE440U 39-Inch 1080p 60Hz LED HDTV (Electronics)
    Pros:
    ++ Gorgeously crisp, vibrant, and deep picture quality and color–definitively high-definition.*
    + Excellent viewing angles.
    + Easy to set up; self-explanatory (no fuss!)
    + Surprisingly thin and light

    Cons:
    – Poor speakers; sub-mediocre.
    – NOT for gaming; refresh rate may be 60hz, but very obvious, distracting ghosting, especially during darker scenes.
    – LED-backlight bleeding in corners (very obvious when screen is darker).
    – Barebones menu options.

    *The TV by itself has really great picture, just as advertised for the “Aquos” branding, but I achieved truly stunning picture and color by hooking this baby up to my PC and tweaking the picture quality from my graphics card settings. Even without this luxury, however, the picture is still great–even better after tweaking the preset settings (e.g. “dynamic”).

    I bought this when it was on sale, paying a grand total of a little over $400, which I feel is just under the perfect price for this product. The TV is solidly built and easy to set up (just need to screw in the stand). It was pleasantly light, and I was genuinely thrilled at how thin the TV is (it’s just about as thick as my 24″ PC Monitor).

    BUT LET’S GET TO THE POINT–the real reason anyone buys an LCD TV: the picture quality. I am not disappointed. First thing I did was plug in my Playstation 3 and played Black Ops 2, which isn’t exactly what I’d consider “hi-def,” but I was actually amazed at how the game looked–this TV somehow made the game look better than I remembered. I then popped in a Blu-Ray movie, and after tweaking the preset brightness/contract settings, was genuinely thrilled at how clean, clear, crisp the movie looked. The colors were poppingly vibrant, and the blacks were rich and deep. I had to nod in approval, and I can confidently say what this TV showed on screen was truly HD. (Of course, the picture got even better after hooking it up to my PC–please see note above).

    HOWEVER, while I consider the picture quality and screen size reason enough for the money I spent, there were a few other things that left me a bit sore for spending so much. First and foremost, the speakers on this TV are just about the worst I’ve ever come across. No matter how much I fussed with the treble/bass settings, the sound was sufficiently loud, but weedy at best. The lows and mids were essentially non-existent. I would almost claim that my iPad speaker produces better sound. I would suggest curing this with a decent pair of (real) speakers or a soundbar right away.

    Secondly, while the TV touts a 60hz refresh rate, there is obvious ghosting. There are after-images and blurring when there is fast movement, especially in darker scenes. While this doesn’t necessarily inhibit gaming, it is distracting. Also, as far as I could tell, there was virtually no lag between pushing buttons and things happening on screen.

    Another bothersome niggle I found was that during dark scenes or when the screen is black, you can see the LED backlight bleeding through from the four corners. You will not notice at all during brighter scenes.

    Bottom line is that this is a very solid TV that is beautiful to look at–both on and off. The picture quality is crisp and gorgeous, and it is perfect for a small living room or bedroom. It is decent for gaming, and really, the only real problem with this thing is the pitiful speakers, which most people expect from LCD TVs, anyway.

    Edit 11-26-13:
    Found out that the backlight bleed in the corners is typical of IPS monitors–something to do with extending the viewing angles.

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  2. avg_customer says:
    23 of 24 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Not as enthusiastic as previous reviewer but not returning it, April 18, 2013
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    This review is from: Sharp LC-39LE440U 39-Inch 1080p 60Hz LED HDTV (Electronics)
    First of all I would like to thank the previous reviewer for the detailed report. However, I am not as impressed with the picture and it is probably just a matter of preference.

    Pro:
    Cheap $315 at Buy Dig (but amazon wouldn’t price match since it was their ebay store)
    Size: 39 inch
    USB: music, picture, and video (it plays any video i can throw at it .avi, .wmv, .mp4) excellent
    3 HDMI
    It works

    cons:
    skin tones weak even after alot of trial and error adjustment
    viewing angle not great
    gloss black frame not great
    sound is very weak; like piezo electric speaker greeting card weak.

    In my opinion this TV suffers from the same problem as all LCD TVs. Skin tones come out looking like a Giesha girl with way too much over glossed white powder. I have not seen an LCD TV at any cost handle this problem excellently. Conversely I have a Panasonic Viera Plasma as my main tv and it is far more “watchable”. So take this review with a grain of salt because i am definitely biased in favor of a Plasma over LCD. I did buy this tv and I am not going to return it because the Pro’s out weigh the cons.

    I messed with the color settings for about 8hours trying to get an acceptable balance. Lessoned learned is disable the automatic back light adjustment because it will fight you on all of the other settings. I am using Warm color as a starting point and played with the backlight/contrast/brightness to get a good picture.

    Sound is poor, there is no way around that but +20 on the bass and minus 20 on the treble will help to avoid sounding like a greeting card.

    As stated in the pros above, the USB capablity is outstanding. It plays ever type of format i have tried and has good video control FF/RWD/Pause/Play capability with no lags. Better than feeding it through my xbox and very good picture quality on .MP4 formats. One system bug here although is that the “User” screen format does not work when playing USB video. You can select User but the menu is diabled to allow user adjust to brightness, contrast, etc. So you are limited to pre-set screen settings. Still great picture.

    So summary: I did expect more from an “Aquos” series Sharp as far as a screen quality and I would have like to do a store side by side comparison to the Toshiba 39L22U, but very happy with the features and price.

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  3. ROBERT D ALLEN says:
    5 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Good picture and build looks good, May 22, 2013
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    This review is from: Sharp LC-39LE440U 39-Inch 1080p 60Hz LED HDTV (Electronics)
    I am very happy with the picture quality. The only thing I am bit disappointed in is the sound quality, but I think I am spoiled by the 46″ Sharp Aquos I have which has much bigger speakers. I could easily improve the sound by adding some external speakers, but it’s not necessary.

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