Reviews and Problems with Sharp AQUOS LC-52LE920UN
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nice tv for the price
29 June 2012
Summary: tv has excellent color, with a beautiful picture, the only problem is the screen does not have a anti glare feature, and it really has a glare problem during the day if any windows or patio door is facing it, and at night you can see a glare from the lamp. Also the speakers are rear facing, so the sound is not that good. I have a surround sound system I use when watching a good movie.
A Very Good LCD-LED TV -- Worth Your Consideration!
17 May 2011
Summary: I was researching TVs for a home theater in our newly renovated basement. Initially I was only considering Samsungs, with their great pictures and styling. My home theater installer suggested I look into Sharps - his feeling was that they tend to have a better picture than Samsungs, and they play well with universal remotes (which apparently Samsungs struggle with).
Summary: Look around for a while and decided this was the best deal around so here are the pros and cons after using it. pros: - vivid and sharp (no pun intended)picture quality (the reason for this, it is a glass panel instead of matte which most of the sharp tvs have) - easy options and setup menu (you can access the tv menu and still watch your movie/show at the same time so you can see the changes made) - all internet features including wireless - 240hz motion flow which for...