Sharp Aquos LC-60LE925UN 3D LED LCD HDTV First Impressions Review

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There’s no denying the impressive specs for the Sharp LC-60LE925UN, but we think its $5,299 price tag is a bit steep.

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Audio & Video Ports

All the ports on the LC-60LE925UN are located on the back of the TV. One collection of ports runs along the base of the TV (but still on the back side), while the other collection runs along a vertical strip on the back.

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The main port cluster is located on the back-left side of the TV.

In all, the TV has 4 HDMI ports, 1 Composite video with audio, 1 audio-only AV connection, 1 Component video with audio, 1 VGA connection with a 3.5mm audio input, 1 RF terminal for connecting cable or an antenna, and an ethernet port for connecting the television to the internet. There's also an RS-232C input that allows custom installers to calibrate the set and two USB ports for playing music, photos, or video.

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Another collection of ports is located near the base of the TV.

Internet & Other Media

The LC-60LE925UN comes with a WiFi adapter that connects to either of the TV's two USB ports. This allows you to access streaming content or Sharp's web-based applications without having to connect the TV to the internet via its ethernet terminal. The LC-60LE925UN offers IP control as well, which means you can use a PC or other control device to manipulate basic functions on the television.

Placement

The ports aren't the most accessible in the world, but we like the two separate clusters of terminals. This gives you more flexibility as to where you can connect various accessories like DVD players and cable boxes. The fact that the TV ships with a WiFi adapter is a great perk, because it means one less cable that you have to connect to the television.

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Sections

  1. Introduction
  2. Tour & Design
  3. Performance Features
  4. 3D
  5. Connectivity & Media
  6. Controls, Menu & Remote
  7. Conclusion
  8. Series Comparision
  9. Specs

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