Sharp Aquos LC-52LE640U LED LCD HDTV Review
If you intend to purchase this Sharp for home use, there are a couple of drawbacks we should warn you about.
Sharp has nestled comfortably into the niche of providing consumers some of the largest LCD screens on the market. This is a good spot to fill, especially in an America where bigger obviously and always means to better.
We picked up the LC-52LE640U ($1199.99 MSRP), a 52-inch, 1080p, Smart TV from Sharp, the smallest of three models in this series (there are also 60 and 70-inch models). Sending this panel through testing, we wanted to see if the online apps, the 120Hz Fine Motion Enhanced feature, the LED edge-lighting, and the picture quality were up to snuff. We found some notable highlights, but also one or two fatal flaws.
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