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50" Edge-LED Dec 2014
Screen Size HD Type 3D Compatible LED Backlighting Release Date
The LE771 series, available in 42" and 50" is the perfect upgrade for any living-room. Its understated design and sleek lines will fit elegantly in any deco. The larger Full HD LED screen, with... More
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11 Reasons For

Sharp Televisions Have Good Reviews

Based on 394 user and expert reviews, Sharp has good reviews for its TVs. Sharp also has good reviews specifically for its large TVs compared to other manufacturers.

3D Compatible

The LC-50LE771 is 3D compatible, unlike most of the other televisions of this age and spec which are not 3D compatible.

There are a number of alternative 3D compatible televisions currently available that you might also want to look at including cheaper televisions such as the Hisense LTDN55K390[plb_3890626_price], or the Philips 50PFT6510[plb_2860934_price].

If you want a TV that is 3D compatible then you might want to consider the Sony KDL-55W807[plb_1543809_price].

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Supports Smart TV Features

Like most of the other televisions of a comparable type and age to the LC-50LE771, the LC-50LE771 supports smart TV features.

We compared this TV to all the other TVs which support smart TV features and we think the Hisense LTDN55K390[plb_3890626_price] which is cheaper is also worth considering.

Alternative televisions which also support smart TV features that you might want to consider include the Philips 55PFT5500[plb_2860932_price], or the Sony KDL-55W807[plb_1543809_price].

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Has a WiFi Connection

has a WiFi connection

The Sharp LC-50LE771 has a WiFi connection. Most of the other similar spec TVs that came out more than a year ago also have a WiFi connection.

Other televisions with a WiFi connection currently available which you might want to consider include cheaper televisions such as the Hisense LTDN55K390[plb_3890626_price].

Other TVs which also have a WiFi connection that you might also want to look at include the Philips 55PFT5500[plb_2860932_price], or the Sony KDL-55W807[plb_1543809_price].

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LED Display Technology

The display technology of this TV is OLED, which is the most frequently found display technology on televisions of this age and spec.

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Features OLED Technology

The LC-50LE771 features OLED technology, which is unusual. Most of the other TVs that came out more than a year ago do not feature OLED technology.

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Two SCART Ports

The LC-50LE771 has more SCART ports than most of the large TVs that are a comparable age to the LC-50LE771. This TV is a two SCART port television compared to most of the televisions of a similar spec and age to the LC-50LE771 which only have one SCART port.

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Four HDMI Ports

four HDMI ports

Most of the other large TVs that came out around the same time as the LC-50LE771 only have between one and three HDMI ports, however the LC-50LE771 has four HDMI ports.

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1080p Video Mode

This TV supports a 1080p|720p video mode, which is the most frequently supported video mode on TVs of a similar age and spec to it.

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Supports Three Analog Signal Format Systems

The LC-50LE771 has a greater number of analog signal format systems than most large TVs that have been on the market for a similar time to it. This TV supports an NTSC analog signal format system, which is the most frequently supported analog signal format system supported by televisions that have been on the market for a comparable time to the LC-50LE771. The analog signal format systems "PAL" and "SECAM" are also supported by this television.

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Analog Tuner

This TV has an Analog & Digital tuner, which is typical of many large TVs that were released more than a year ago.

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3 Reasons Against

Does Not Have a Built-In Camera

The LC-50LE771 does not have a built-in camera, although it is worth noting that most of the other comparable spec TVs that have been around for a similar time to the LC-50LE771 also do not have a built-in camera.

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Quite Low RMS Rated Power

The lowest RMS rated power of TVs that are a similar age to the LC-50LE771 is 10W, the highest is 60W, and the average RMS rated power is 21W. With an RMS rated power of only 16 Watts, the Sharp LC-50LE771 has one of the lower RMS rated power amongst large TVs of this age.

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Quite Dim Display Brightness

The display brightnesses of large TVs that came out more than a year ago range from 220 cd/m² to 450 cd/m². The LC-50LE771 has one of the dimmer display brightnesses (only 300 candellas per square meter) amongst comparable spec televisions of this age.

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4 Other reasons to consider the Sharp LC-50LE771

Running Costs Are Average

The efficiency rating of this Sharp TV is A+. Based on typical energy prices we estimate that the LC-50LE771 will cost £116 over 5 years to run, which is typical compared to the other 127 TVs of a comparable age and spec.

Released Over Two Years Ago

This large TV has been on the market for over two years.

Full HD HD Type

Full HD HD type

The display resolution of this television is Full HD, which is the most commonly found HD type on large TVs that are a comparable age to it. Full HD TVs have a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.

Full HD TVs have a resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels.

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Average Thickness

At 65 millimeters, the LC-50LE771 has a pretty average thickness compared to most of the other TVs of a similar age and type to the LC-50LE771.

If you are not concerned about having a thicker thickness then you might also want to consider the KDL-55W809[pl_1620743_price] (91mm), or the KDL-55W807[pl_1543809_price] (64mm) both from Sony.

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Specification

Display
Screen Size
HD Type
3D Compatible
LED Backlighting
Screen Shape
Motion Interpolation Frequency
Motion Interpolation Technology
Display Brightness
Display Resolution
Video Mode
Aspect Ratio
Colour Depth
Display Technology
Display Diagonal
Graphics Resolution
TV Tuner
Digital Signal Format System
Tuner
Analog Signal Format System
Smart TV
Timeshift Feature
Audio
RMS Rated Power
Loudspeaker
Built-In Speaker
Auto Volume Leveler
Audio Decoder
Audio Decoding Technology
Ports & Interfaces
Headphone Output Port
Common Interface Plus
Common Interface Connection
Ethernet LAN Port
SCART Port
Digital Audio Optical Out Port
Component Video in Port
USB 2.0 Port
DVI Port
PC in Port
HDMI Port
Consumer Electronics Control
Audio Return Channel (ARC)
Networking
WiFi Connection
Ethernet LAN Connection
Miracast
Management Features
On Screen Display
Electronic Programme Guide
Performance
Teletext Function
Local Dimming
Stored Teletext Page
Design
Colour
Ergonomics
VESA Mounting Interface
On/off Switch
Swivelling Stand
VESA Mounting
Power
Typical Power Consumption
Standby Power Consumption
Energy Efficiency Class
Annual Energy Consumption
Certificates
DLNA Certificate
Weight & Dimensions
Thickness
Weight (with Stand)
Depth (with Stand)
Height (with Stand)
Width (with Stand)
Height
Width
Packaging Content
Included 3D Glasses
Handheld Remote Control
3D Glasses Included
Operational Conditions
Technical Details
Other Features
Special Features

Brochures and Manuals

Running Cost

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Electricity cost when switched on £112.17
Electricity cost when on standby £3.04
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Total running cost over 5 years £115.21
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Energy Rating
0.57T
Running this TV over 5 years will generate 0.57 tonnes of carbon dioxide (CO2).
15
To offset that much CO2 you would need to plant 15 tree seedlings and grow them for 10 years.

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Product Identifiers

Manufacturer Part Numbers lc50le771, lc50le771e, lc50le771en, sharp lc50le771, sharp lc50le771k, sharp lc50le771e, sharp lc50le771en
Barcodes 04974019828053, 04974019828060

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