Sharp AQUOS LC-60LE820UN
Released March, 2010
The Pros:Colors are very vibrant, but not unrealistically so - everything "pops". Simplified single-pane glass front looks smooth and sleek. Fast-moving subjects are rendered without stutter or blur.
The Cons:Reflective glare clearly visible on glossy screen finish, need to be careful of room lighting. Touch-sensitive controls need to be held down for a few seconds to work. Edge lighting makes darker scenes uneven.
The LC-60LE820UN is a 60" widescreen HDTV and is the largest offering in Sharp's AQUOS LE820 Series for 2010. The TV features an X-Gen LCD display along with Sharp's UltraBrilliant Edge-lit LED backlighting to produce deep blacks and vibrant coloration.
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It offers a full HD 1080p resolution and includes Fine Motion Enhanced technology which provides a 120 Hz refresh rate and 4ms response time to reduce motion blur. It also features Sharp's Four Primary Color Technology which adds yellow to the RGB gradient, allowing it to accurately render nearly every color. The LC-60LE820UN comes with AQUOS Net connectivity for streaming video and has a PC input for using the TV as a computer monitor. It also includes a variety of connectivity options with component, ethernet, USB, and four HDMI inputs. The TV is Energy Star 4.0 compliant and is expected to be released in March 2010.
- 60" Widescreen X-Gen LCD Display
- UltraBrilliant Edge-lit LED Backlighting
- Full HD 1080p Native Resolution
- Fine Motion Enhanced Technology
- Four Primary Color Technology
- 4ms Response Time
- AQUOS Net
- Glass Front Bezel
- Energy Star 4.0 Compliant
- Connectivity: 4 x HDMI /w Instaport, Component Video, RS-232C, PC, Ethernet, USB
User Reviews (2)
colors are very vibrant, but not unrealistically so - everything "pops"
simplified single-pane glass front looks smooth and sleek
fast-moving subjects are rendered without stutter or blur
reflective glare clearly visible on glossy screen finish, need to be careful of room lighting
touch-sensitive controls need to be held down for a few seconds to work
edge lighting makes darker scenes uneven
viewing angle is relatively narrow, colors wash out when viewed off center
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