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Sharp LC52E77U 52-Inch 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV, Black

Sharp LC52E77U 52-Inch 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV, Black
Sharp LC52E77U 52-Inch 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV, Black

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Sharp LC52E77U 52-Inch 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV, Black

Sharp LC52E77U 52-Inch 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV, Black

The AQUOS LC52E77U sets a new standard for large-screen flat-panel TVs. With Full HD 1080p resolution and an elegant new design, the LC52E77U produces a breathtaking picture quality that is second to none. The LC52E77U utilizes Sharp’s proprietary Advanced Super View Superlucent / Black TFT Panel with Spectral Contrast Engine XD, providing high Contrast Ratio, 4ms response time and wide viewing angles (176°H x 176°V). In addition, the LC52E77U includes 120HZ Fine Motion Enhanced for the ultimate in fast-motion image processing. The LC52E77U has built-in ATSC / QAM / NTSC tuners and include 5 HDMI inputs, compatible with 1080p signals, and 2 HD 1080p component video inputs. The LC52E77U features a sleek piano black cabinet with subtle recessed bottom-mounted speakers. The included table stand features swivel capability for viewing angle convenience, and is also easily removed for wall-mounting applications.

  • 52-Inch Full HD 1080p HDTV LCD-TV with 120Hz Fine Motion Enhanced
  • 10-Bit AVS Superlucent LCD Panel
  • 5 HDMI terminals, PC input, RS-232C Input
  • 4ms response time
  • Spectral Contrast Engine XD for Deep Black Level

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  1. 40 of 40 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Low price leader, May 5, 2009
    Recursive “Recursive” (California, USA) –
    This review is from: Sharp LC52E77U 52-Inch 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV, Black (Electronics)

    At least for now this TV seems like the low price leader among new 2009 52″ sets. I am very happy with my purchase after 2 weeks of ownership. I am watching it without any custom tweaking at all and blu-ray looks great, and ATSC digital broadcast reception via a RCA ANT1500 Large Multi-Directional Digital Flat Passive Antenna (White) is excellent too.

    I bought this sight unseen because the price was right and it seemed to have the important stuff and not the frills, which was just what I wanted. Also previous models of the Aquos line got decent reviews.

    This is my first large LCD so I don’t have much to compare with. The features seem to be just a somewhat more mature version of last years features which is great if you don’t want the dubious advantages (and expense) of things like 240hz mode, LED backlighting or ultra-thin screen.

    The built-in sound is decent with hidden, downward pointing speakers and I use it for live TV (ie News and Sports) but for movies I have it connected to an AV surround amp.

    Looks great mounted on the wall (nicer than on the stand).


    – 10-bit screen
    – non-glare screen
    I have it next to large window and although you can certainly see the light reflected, it is a kind of matte look not a sharp reflection. And the brightness of the screen can overcome whatever reflection there is except in dark scenes.
    – 120hz mode
    I really don’t see a lot of difference so I tend to leave things in the regular movie mode, even for baseball
    – good response time
    subjective, nothing to compare
    – good black
    subjective, nothing to compare
    – plenty of connections
    – can custom label the on-screen menu inputs
    well, it’s important to me :)

    – no PIP
    I don’t care
    – no DLNA/Internet connectivity
    I’m connected to a MediaPC so this would be redundant except for firmware upgrades which have to be done via a USB port (not sure if end user can do that)
    – the USB port is good only for service, not, for example, loading home pictures – again with a MediaPC it’s not needed.

    The delivery via Amazon/CEVA was by a couple of very nice guys who brought it in, unpacked it, put it on the stand (which I later removed) and turned it on, which was exactly what I wanted and expected. No dead pixels. 15 month warranty (12 month plus 3 more for registering online) which I hope I don’t have to use.

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  2. 27 of 27 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Excellent TV for the price!, May 8, 2009
    This review is from: Sharp LC52E77U 52-Inch 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV, Black (Electronics)

    Just received this TV yesterday and had it up and running in no time at all. I have successfully connected my Cox HD-DVR, Roku (Netflix device), and Pioneer DVD player (1080p upconvert) to the TV…all with new HDMI cables. Visually this TV looks great, I like the piano black finish and the slight champagne gradiant at the bottom…will look even better once we get it up on our wall I think (wife likes the look too).

    Upon first powering it up I was greeted with a few simple setup questions all laid out nicely on a very easy to read menu system. Once done I was up and running on our Cox HD-DVR. I went to a basketball game that was on and being broadcast in 1080i. Wow, simply wow. Amazing picture quality…and I hadn’t even tweaked the settings yet. After watching a few more channels I switched over to my son’s Cars (Pixar movie) DVD to check out the 1080p upconvert and the 120Hz dejudder capabilities. I had never really been able to detect the difference of this in big stores, but wow in the Cars movie at home it was very evident and actually looked really cool. The animation was sooo much smoother, it took a little getting used to but now I’m just amazed at it. Some might not like it, but I think most will.

    SD channels actually look suprsingly ok. Was expecting them to look like total crap on this size TV, but they dont.

    Later in the evening I started to get down to adjusting the video settings to get the blacks a litter better and the color to be just right (for my eyes anyway). Took about 30-40 mins but I think I have everything set the way I like it, and it looks even better than the initial settings. Blacks are VERY good.

    For $1468 shipped, this is an amazing TV. Sure it doesn’t have some of the newest bells and whistles…but for some of us who don’t have a need for those or the added cost, its nice (ie, ethernet port, USB port, 240Hz, etc).

    There are only 2 little downsides I have come across:
    1) The sound is only so-so, but that was to be expected…most TVs just aren’t spectacular. The sound is very clear, and voices are easy to hear/understand…but just no bass at all. So movies seem a little drab in the sound department. We will be adding a sound bar soon.
    2) The viewing angle could be a little better I think. The image gets a little washed as you move to the sides of the TV. I was able to minimize some of it by tweaking the backlight level and contrast/brightness. But still could be better. The stand on this unit swivels though, so we just angle it towards the couch or chairs we will be in and the problem is solved.

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  3. 24 of 26 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Calibration Settings + Tips/Tricks, November 7, 2009
    April King (Minneapolis, MN USA) –

    This review is from: Sharp LC52E77U 52-Inch 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV, Black (Electronics)

    Since I have owned this TV for a few months now, I thought it would be helpful to share a few tips and tricks I have learned:


    All my A/V devices (360, PS3, Wii, Samsung DTB-H260F) were connected to my Onkyo TX-SR607 receiver with HDMI, which was set to output to my Sharp Aquos LC-52E77U. And, although the receiver was set to “Audio TV Out” off (and even with it on), the TV kept popping up this error:

    “Incompatible audio signal has been received, please check the output signal.”

    It only pops up for a few seconds, and only when I would switch devices or resolution or whatever. Still, pretty annoying. Connecting the devices directly to the TV via HDMI caused the same error – the only time it didn’t happen is when there was 2ch 44.1/48Khz PCM involved.

    Unfortunately, unlike every other TV I have ever owned, the Sharp doesn’t have a menu option to disable audio. Muting didn’t help, either.

    The solution? Set the audio volume to 0. No more error!


    When I first got this TV, I plugged in my Mac Mini, using a DVI -> HDMI cable. After using it for a bit, the TV would stop recognizing that the Mac Mini was connected. It turns out that, whenever the Mac Mini would be rebooted or would go to sleep, the Sharp would refuse to recognize that it was connected anymore.

    The solution? Physically unplugging and plugging in the TV (not just pressing the power button), and disabling sleep on the Mac. I still have to do this unplugging dance occasionally – like for system updates – but not as often as when sleep was enabled. I guess that’s the price you pay for a beautiful 1080p HDMI signal, as opposed to a letterboxed 1600×1200 VGA signal – the max this TV supports.


    This TV has some definite problems with blues in areas of high contrast. Here are the best settings I have found, in order of their appearance in the menus:

    OPC: Off
    Backlight: +6 (you can adjust up or down a smidge if need be)
    Contrast: +36
    Brightness: -6
    Color: +1
    Tint: +1
    Sharpness: -1

    CMS Hue/Saturation/Value: 0
    Color Temp.: Low (leave at Mid for color managed devices like Macs, or OTA TV)
    R Gain: +11
    G Gain: 0
    B Gain: -10
    Fine Motion Enhanced: Off (leave on for sports if you prefer)
    Active Contrast: Off
    Gamma Adjustment: 0
    Film Mode: Off (I used Advanced(Low) for sports)
    Digital Noise Reduction: Off
    Monochrome: Off
    Range of OPC: +16 Max, -16 Min (it is off, anyways)

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