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Sharp AQUOS LC42LE620UT 42-Inch 1080p LCD TV, Black

Sharp AQUOS LC42LE620UT 42-Inch 1080p LCD TV, Black
Sharp AQUOS LC42LE620UT 42-Inch 1080p LCD TV, Black

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Sharp AQUOS LC42LE620UT 42-Inch 1080p LCD TV, Black

Sharp AQUOS LC42LE620UT 42-Inch 1080p LCD TV, Black

Sharp AQUOS 40″ 1080P TV, 120Hz frame rate conversion, Edge Lit LED, Four HDMI, Enhanced Black level feature The AQUOS LC-42LE620UT sports an ultra-clear full HD 1080p image, 120Hz Fine Motioned Advanced, and an elegant new edge-lit LED design. Utilizing a high-performance LCD panel, it delivers an ultra-high dynamic contrast ratio and fast response time. The LC-42LE620UT boasts full HD resolution, built-in ATSC/QAM/NTSC tuners, and includes 4 HDMI inputs, a PC input, and 2 HD component video inputs. With its sleek piano black cabinet, this HDTV is a welcome entertainment addition to any room. High-performance LCD panel with a high dynamic contrast ratio and fast response time. Click here for a larger image Elegant HD Entertainment High-Performance LED-Backlit Panel The LC-42LE620UT features full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) resolution, for the sharpest picture possible. Enjoy your entertainment in its native 16:9 widescreen format, with an efficient edge-lit LED backlight system for an u

  • 42-inch edge-lit LED HDTV with full 1080p native resolution
  • USB port for digital photo viewing (JPG, BMP, PNG) and MP3 audio playback
  • 6 HD inputs (4 HDMI, 2 component), PC input for use as computer monitor
  • 1,000,000:1 dynamic contrast ratio and 6.5ms response time
  • 16:9 widescreen aspect ratio with 178 degree viewing angle

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  1. 20 of 21 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great TV for the price, December 2, 2010
    This review is from: Sharp AQUOS LC42LE620UT 42-Inch 1080p LCD TV, Black (Electronics)

    I saw this on the Sam’s Club website with the price of $628 and my jaw dropped. This being a practically brand new TV to the market has very few reviews, but I bought the TV anyway based on what limited information I could gather. Most reviews you’ll find related to this product are about the older model so I will give you my 2 cents about this 42″ Sharp Aquos Edge Lit LED LCD 1080p 120Hz HDTV (Model: LC-42LE620UT).

    Is it worth it? If you are looking for a good quality TV at an affordable price, then this is it. If you’re looking for a top notch quality TV then look elsewhere.
    My 1-10 rating for price/quality = 10

    Video performance: The 1080p HD viewing is extraordinary. This TV displays seemingly blur free motion with the 120Hz.
    My 1-10 rating for video = 9

    REVISED 12/9/10: How does it sound? Specs include (2) 10 watt speakers. The sound quality is below average of what I would expect. You can play around with the settings by adjusting bass and treble. The higher the volume the more faded the sound (probably because the speakers face the backside of the tv) which might be okay for a small room. Pretty much with this TV, your sacrificing quality speakers so you can have a slim video screen. If you want satisfactory sound with this TV, be sure to hook up a stereo or surround sound system with it.
    My 1-10 rating for audio = 5

    Additional comments:

    Edge lit LED: In my opinion, I don’t really notice a better image quality with this being an edge lit LED TV, but it probably cuts down on the power usage. Go green right?

    Friendly user settings: This is a smart TV. It can automatically detect whether to use full screen or a boxed screen setting (for non-HD viewing so the screen doesn’t look overstretched). There are several video settings to choose from which gives your viewing experience some flexibility (i.e. custom, bright, movie, & power saver settings)

    Plenty of hookups. 4 HDMI inputs. 2 component with audio inputs. 1 PC and 1 PC audio input. 1 ANT/Cable input. 1 standard video and audio input. 1 USB port. 1 headphone jack. And lastly 1 analog audio and digital audio outputs.

    In closing, I could have easily given this a 5 star rating, but because I know there are better TVs out there so I gave it 4 stars. I would like to add that I am very pleased with this TV and that I am happy that I bought it. I would do it again if I had to. It would be really hard to find a better quality TV within the same price range.

    Side note: Don’t be mislead that this has the Quattron technology. I read a few reviews that claimed this TV has yellow added to its RGB color subpixels. It does not. Nevertheless, it does have great HD picture quality.

    UPDATE 12/9/10: To get the full benefit of true HD from this TV, be sure to invest in HDMI cable(s). Plenty of great quality cables at low low prices here on Amazon. Also if you’re a movie lover like me, get a blu-ray player. The sound quality from the TV does not decline and the picture quality is unmatchable with a blu-ray movie. Even regular DVDs look amazingly better on a blu-ray player with an HDMI connection.

    UPDATE 10/19/11: I would recommend getting a video calibration disk to get the best picture quality possible (because the factory settings are very dark). Of course, you will need a blu-ray player to use it. I recommend Spears & Munsil High-Definition Benchmark Blu-ray Disc Edition [Blu-ray] I’m changing my original 4 stars to 5 simply because this TV has proven to be of great quality.

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  2. 15 of 16 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Magnificent TV, December 3, 2010
    P. Smith (Lexington, KY US) –

    This review is from: Sharp AQUOS LC42LE620UT 42-Inch 1080p LCD TV, Black (Electronics)

    Firstly, I didn’t buy the TV from amazon.com, I got it from dell.com where it was $649 with free shipping. So I won’t say much about my experience with Dell’s service except that it was fantastic. Honestly I have to say that ultimately it was the price that led me to buy this TV, but based on my knowledge and research, I knew that I would not be compromising quality by choosing a Sharp.

    The first thing I did after I took the TV out of the box was attach the stand. I had trouble getting the last of the four screws to go all the way in the bottom of the stand, but this was only a minor inconvenience as it does not cause the stand to be loose at all. Then I connected my mini cable box and started watching. The picture quality is in my opinion comparable to that of a Samsung or Sony of the same caliber. I spent hours researching different brands/models and comparing them side by side at Sears, Best Buy, Walmart, hhgregg, etc. Furthermore, I used to refurbish returned TVs at Amazon as an employee so I’ve dealt with pretty much every kind of TV (and its problems) that you can think of. The video quality is really superb in every detail and I haven’t so far been able to find any problem or concern. The advanced settings all seem to work great for standard, HDTV and bluray, but I’m yet to play any video games on the TV since I don’t play them.

    The audio is really good for a medium-sized living room which is what I have. I don’t use a surround sound system currently, but I might eventually get one to go with this TV. That’s not to say that there’s anything wrong with the sound, it’s just not exactly outstanding. I’ve never been too picky about the sound quality for watching TV and movies, but it might be a little disappointing to those of you who are harder to please. The set also has a PC audio input which is nice because a lot of other models require you to use an AV cable adapter to hook up your computer and get sound from it. Another nice thing is that the TV has side inputs for USB, composite, HDMI, and headphones but they’re sort of hidden out of view so that when you hook them up, the wires don’t stick out in front which would be tacky.

    There are only a couple little things to complain about and I’ve read about them in reviews on other websites too. The buttons on the remote don’t illuminate and are instead gray in color which makes it damn hard to see in the dark, but I only really use my cable box remote anyway. The stand does not swivel, although I personally don’t think I would ever need it to do that. Another thing is that I haven’t found a way to rename the inputs on the menu, so when you go to switch the input from one thing to another, you’ll be choosing from a list that says INPUT1, INPUT2, etc. But as you go down the menu it tells you which one you’ve currently selected.

    I think it’s an incredible TV and not just for the price I paid. I would give it about 4.7 stars out of 5. Yeah, you can find a better 42-inch LED 1080p if you try hard enough, but I seriously doubt you’ll find one with more stunning picture quality, which I’m sure is of the utmost importance to the majority of buyers.

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  3. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Fantastic Picture, Fantastic Price, December 20, 2010
    This review is from: Sharp AQUOS LC42LE620UT 42-Inch 1080p LCD TV, Black (Electronics)

    I, like most people who have written reviews on this TV, purchased it from Dell for $650. I do know it was also on sale at Sam’s Club for $630 for a while as well but I did not have one in my area. Onto the review:

    I was in the market for a 40+ inch 120hz LCD tv when I stumbled upon this. I had originally been looking in the $500 range for my said TV but I saw that this was listed for price mentioned above. Knowing that other 42″ LED-LCDs retail for about $200 more (on average), I decided to purchase it. Let me just say that I could not be happier with the value or the picture quality.

    Picture: The picture is crisp and clear. I have it hooked up to my Blu-Ray player and a surround sound system. The Blu-Ray images are smooth and very sharp. There is also the noticeable “120 Hz effect” as I like to call it, for commercials and some movies with the fast refresh rate where everything looks fake. That’s pretty standard in what I’ve seen from a lot of other TVs. I have no complaints about the picture quality. I watch sports on this and every play is crisp. I never noticed any blur with my old TV and I certainly don’t with this. However, I mostly watch football and basketball. If you watch something like NASCAR or golf I’m not sure how the movement of the cars and golfballs would look to you.

    Gaming: I play a lot of XBox 360 on this TV. I play games online without any issue. It comes with a “Gaming Mode” setting which apparently turns off the 120hz induced lag. I actually don’t use it and I have not noticed any lag anyway. It’s wonderful and the 1080p looks great, even through my component cables (I know, I should really use an HDMI cable with a TV like this…)

    LED-Edgelit LCD: I’m by no means a TV expert but I did my research into LED-LCDs. For those who don’t know, the LEDs, whether edgelit or backlit, have problems where there can be extra light around the source of the LED bulbs. In backlit cases, it’s behind the image and in edgelit cases, it’s around the edge. So, for this model if you have the TV on but no image coming through you can see some “ghosting” and “bleeding” on the edge of the TV screen. However, when there is a movie playing there is no problem with that at all. Keep in mind that this light effect is only noticeable for a black background with no image coming through. The TV comes default with a blue background so you won’t even notice it out of the box. Again, I’ve watched many movies with dark scenes and there is no problem with bleeding from the edges at all.

    Sound: not great, but when I watch TV it’s fine. When I watch BR movies I use the surround sound so it’s not a big deal for me. The TV does have a “surround” option where it synthetically generates a surround sound perception with its basic speakers. It works pretty well actually and for those with concerns, give it a try; there’s a minimal but noticeable boost in quality.

    Stand: Not a swivel stand. I have a need for swiveling TVs but I imagine that a lot of people don’t. If this is a concern for you, consider it but otherwise it’s a nit-picky point.

    Remote: An average remote. I have my cable box remote programmed to control the TV. Some people might need a better remote like the Logitech Harmony. As for me, I’m ok with using it to turn on and off. Again the remote can switch to the surround sound effect on the TV as well as switching between picture settings too.

    Value: Excellent, especially in the $600-700 range. I’m sure the Sharp 810 and 920 models have the new Quattron technology (which this does not have) and a swivel stand plus some LED backlighting. However, this tv is thin, the picture is great and the value is tremendous. If you want a good picture quality with some of the latest technology without breaking the bank then this is the model to get. If you are looking for 3D, unfortunately this tv does not support it. However, if Sharp is willing to produce a TV of this quality and sell it for that cheap, then I believe at some point in the future they may make a very reasonably priced 3D TV as well.

    Anything else I’m forgetting? I’ll occasionally check into this review if people have questions. Again, I’m not an expert but I am a very satisfied customer who would encourage people to buy this for the right price.

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