Reviews and Problems with Sharp AQUOS LC-52LE820UN
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Sharp LC-52LE820UN Review
20 September 2010
Conclusion: The Sharp Quattron HDTV is among the best LCD HDTVs we’ve tested. Although still not as good as a top plasma, the edge-lit LED LC-52LE820UN has good blacks, deep contrast and very accurate colors. We love the fact there is hardly any “screen door” effect and the Ethernet/Netflix capability is a plus. And don’t even think the $2,399 MSRP is anywhere near reality; we’ve seen it for between $1,300 and $1,500 at legit online retailers.
Pros: Excellent video quality, Good onscreen menu system, Low energy use, Netflix capability
Cons: Relatively expensive, No Wi-Fi connectivity or SD card slot, Remote should be better, Sound system just O.K.
Conclusion: With its Quattron line, Sharp is the first HDTV manufacturer to add a fourth color to the traditional RGB filter. The very energy-efficient Aquos LC-52LE820UN serves up an accurate picture that's bright and colorful, but those yellow pixels don't come cheap.
Pros: Unique, attractive design. Clean HD and SD performance. Bright colors. Energy efficient.
Cons: Expensive. Narrow viewing angles. Fewer Web apps than the competition. Unsteady stand.