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Sharp LC46SB57U
7.1 out of 10

Sharp LC46SB57U

The Sharp LC-46SB57UN features 1920 x 1080 pixels of resolution Read more

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Overall 8

I miss ours

Voodoo Chicken "Forget prospering, just live long", Amazon
1 December 2011
  • Summary: This was a solid television I grabbed from Newegg on Black Friday 2 years ago. Sadly, our house was burglarized last week and that was one of the casualties. I'm having trouble finding a current TV that has 46 inches, 1080p, 120Hz refresh rate AND 4 HDMI ports. The sound was very weak, even compared to other televisions, but adding a receiver addressed that problem. If you can find one of these for under $800, it can definitely take on some newer budget televisions.
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Overall 8

Eccelent TV but needs better audio.

Texas Buyer, Amazon
26 December 2010
  • Summary: This Sharp TV is all I expected except the sound quality. We had to purchase a sound system so we could hear the TV.
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Overall 10


hsmall5, Ebay
6 April 2010
  • Summary: Very happy with this TV! Great picture. Good color. Others have complained of the sound issues but I have not experienced any sound problems. Also this TV has a heavy duty attached metal stand. Not cheap plastic. No worry of tipping here!
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Overall 6

An Average 46" Television

Amazon Customer, Amazon
22 November 2009
  • Summary: I picked up this TV two weeks ago and am considering returning it. Here is my summary: Pros: 1. Clear Display in PC Mode 2. Sharp Colors, Nice Blacks 3. Nice Look 4. Great pic with Blu-Ray Cons: 1. Cheap Remote (not a big deal, I will use universal anyway) 2. Sound quality is mediocre at best. 3. Television picture gets quite granular at times even with HD.
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Overall 8

Versatile TV great for sports, movies, standard broadcasts, and games

austin_Larry, Amazon
15 November 2009
  • Summary: This is a great all around TV that I am very pleased with. Pitch black dark, excellent color reproduction and saturation, handles HDTV broadcasts, Blu-ray, and standard def broadcasts all well, and a good remote. It is also an energy star TV and the EPA website rates it at 155 watts when on and 0.5 watts in standby. The Sharp has all the features you would expect on the remote including some very advanced ones. They are all laid out well.
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