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

60 in.

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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Front

The front of the LC-60LE925UN is dominated by its glossy black bezel that makes its way around the entirety of the 60-inch screen. The TV doesn't have an overbearing appearance, which should make it fit well amongst the decor in most living rooms.

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The bezel on the TV is sleek and black.

Back

Like most backsides of televisions, the back of the LC-60LE925UN is fairly boring. Two large collection of ports are located on the right side of the back, one to the far right and one near the base of the TV.

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Even this guy is enthralled by the LC-60LE925UN.

Sides

The sides of the TV are fairly thin, but there are many ultra-thin TVs out there that make the LC-60LE925UN look somewhat thick. Still, we were impressed by the overall design Sharp gave the sides of their 60-inch TV.

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Stand/Mount

The stand for the LC-60LE925UN has the TV sit fairly low, which gives it a simple, elegant look. Like the TV's bezel, the stand is coated with a black, glossy paint job.

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The stand is simple and not too intrusive.

Aesthetics

Overall, the LC-60LE925UN has a simple design. No crazy paint jobs or flourishes—just a plain black bezel with a glossy black stand. There is an illuminated Sharp logo on the left and a small light to the center of the TV to give the set some flair, but the overall aesthetic of the LC-60LE925UN is basic, but classy.

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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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