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Sharp LC52LE830U Quattron 52-inch 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV, Black

Sharp LC52LE830U Quattron 52-inch 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV, Black
Sharp LC52LE830U Quattron 52-inch 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV, Black


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Sharp LC52LE830U Quattron 52-inch 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV, Black


Sharp LC52LE830U Quattron 52-inch 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV, Black

LED LCD TV, QUATTRON Quad Pixel exclusive 4 color technology, X-GEN LCD panel, Built in Wireless, Netflix streaming,Vudu, Cinema now AQUOS Net and more apps, 120Hz fine motion, USB Media player

  • 52-inch class (52-1/32 inches diagonal) display with full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) resolution
  • UltraBrilliant LED system uses “double-dome” light amplifier lens and multi-fluorescents for high brightness and color purity
  • Quad Pixel processing enables enhanced range of colors and detail; 120Hz Fine Motion Enhanced improves fast-motion picture quality
  • Netflix, CinemaNow, and Vudu streaming video, customized Internet content, and live customer support via built-in Wi-Fi
  • Enjoy music, video, and image files from USB thumb drives and networked DLNA-certified devices

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  1. 68 of 69 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A beautifully engineered product, June 23, 2011
    By 
    George T. Workman (Tucson, AZ) –
    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Sharp LC52LE830U Quattron 52-inch 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV, Black (Electronics)

    Noticed the Sharp 52″ LCD – LED TV walking thru Sears – an amazing 2D picture that seems a little 3D. No interest in having to wear 3D glasses to watch TV. I am of the older generation and a sports fan.

    Replaced a 4 year old 50″ Sony LCD projection TV in Great Room. Have tried a Samsung 46″ TV, great picture, poor video controls for non 1080p, ended up with a Sony 46″ LCD TV in bedroom.

    Installed the Sharp 52″ Aquos TV 4 days ago. What a wonderful experience. TV is everything I expected and more.

    Here are the highlights:

    1. Great 1080p picture with more colors than experienced with other TVs due to Quad Pixel technology Green Red Blue and Yellow. Watched US Open golf and amazed at the bright colored shirts of the fans in the stands.

    2. Smart Menu system with ability to adjust just about anything. Have used it to setup TV and Wireless Internet connection with a little help from Sharps customer support.

    3. The Remote is nicely organized and has a button “View Mode” that allows you to instantly expand the TV source to fit the screen. This was buried 3 levels down in a menu on the 4 year old Sony 50. Now with one button you can fill the screen when playing an older DVD wide screen 2.35 or watching many non HDTV programs.

    4. Best customer service group I have ever called. I actually read manuals but when I get stuck trying to implement something new – like Internet Wireless connection – good technical support is critical. Sharps customer support is wonderful. Some guy was patient and stepped me through setting up the Wireless Internet connection to my PC / Linksys Wireless Router. He then guided me to check Sharp HE LC52LE830U 52-Inch 1080p LCD TV -Blackmy new TV’s firmware and we then over the Wireless connection updated the TV’s firmware to the latest release.

    The only CON:

    1. Like most of the new flat panel TV’s there are no forward facing speakers so clarity of voices seems muffled. I have bit the bullet and ordered a Sharp TV sound bar to remedy the situation. I have a wonderful Onkyo AV Receiver with full 5.1 surround sound but just want to play most TV programs and sportscasts with just good TV speaker sound.

    Update: December 2011. In July I added a Sharp soundbar and now with 5 months of use, I am happy to say the Sharp Soundbar solved the major CON of this TV. The sound bar with 5 small speakers projects the sound forward so voices are clear and sports/movies sound fine. There are adjustments for bass, treble and subwoofer.

    George

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  2. 38 of 39 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    best 2D hdtv out there, October 21, 2011
    By 
    D. Stevenson (Covington, KY USA) –
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    This review is from: Sharp LC52LE830U Quattron 52-inch 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV, Black (Electronics)

    Like most people, I did a ton of research before dropping serious cash on an led hdtv. I researched and looked at Sony, LG, Samsung, Toshiba, and a few others. Professional reviewers rave about Samsung and LG, although I can’t really figure out why. The Samsungs all have a glass screen, which does make the image look sharper and improve contrast, but reflects everything in a bright room, so not very practical. The LG’s? Well, to be honest, I only gave LG a cursory look because I’ve not had much success with that brand in other products I’ve owned. Sony gets good reviews too, but Sony does not make their own panels. Sony uses Samsung and Sharp panels, so why not buy a Samsung or Sharp instead? Not to mention Sony’s are incredibly expensive. My sister has a Toshiba, but to me it’s like LG as I’ve not been pleased with the brand in other products of theirs I’ve owned. So essentially it came down to Samsung or Sharp because they’re both innovators in the LCD television industry and manufacture their own lcd panels. Sharp invented the technology, and Samsung has continuously been on the cutting edge of the technology.

    Why did I go with Sharp? I looked at both the Samsung 55D6000 and this Sharp. The Sharp gives up 3″ of screen space, but both can be had for almost exactly the same price if you shop around. I believe the Samsung was twenty dollars more on Amazon as I type this. The Sharp has a few advantages over the Samsung that ultimately swayed me. First, my first hdtv was a Sharp 46″ LC-46D64U and that tv was awesome! Still works like new, and I gave it to an HD-less friend of mine when I got this set. I had that for four years and it never gave me an ounce of trouble, so I know sharp is reliable. Second, the quattron picture really is much better than the other tv’s I saw. I know, I know……….I saw the CNET review where they had to “adjust out the inaccuracies of the extra yellow pixel,” but frankly, CNET is generally wrong. Just look at the comparison between the customer reviews and CNET reviews on almost any product and you’ll notice a huge disparity, in either direction. So I don’t give CNET much weight in any decision I make. Believe me, the colors are more vivid and colorful on the Sharp. If I want super accurate color reproduction I can do two things: 1. Adjust the settings on my tv, or 2. Walk outside and look around. The image is amazing on this TV. The second consideration is Sharp’s customer service, which is so good it’s borderline unbelievable. Four years ago, when I got my first Sharp, I had a ring of dead pixels. I took a picture and emailed it to Sharp. Sharp called me the next day and told me they were shipping a new replacement to me. It arrived two days later and was perfect. On this set, I noticed some uneven backlight, and although it didn’t really affect the picture, even on dark scenes, I emailed sharp a picture to see if they knew how to adjust it out. They called two days later and said they would exchange it for a new set, and the new set arrived three days later. It’s perfect. From what I’ve read, if you have an issue with a Samsung, they do not send out a replacement set, they send out a tech guy, who will look it over, and then leave, have to order the part, show up two weeks later, tear apart your new tv, install the parts, and generally you’ll be left with the same problem. Flashlighting and backlight bleed is a real problem on the Samsungs. I’ve never had that on a Sharp. The corners have no flashlighting, and there is no backlight bleed. There was a bit of uneven backlighting on a standby screen on the first tv, but not on the new one. I also had a nightmarish experience with Samsung customer service in the past where I had a 22″ monitor that quit working. I had to call Samsung 9 times over the course of 42 days to resolve the issue. In the end, they sent me a refurbished unit with over 32,000 hours of usage on it. The one I sent to them had 2200 hours of usage. I was just north of irate over that, and I still have a bad taste in my mouth about it. I am sure Samsung makes a good television as they are currently the sales leader. But for me, it came down to reliability, image quality, and customer service, and Sharp has the advantage in all of these areas.

    Sound Quality. One final consideration was the sound. People always say, “If you’re going to get a tv this big, you should have a sound system hooked up to it.” True enough, and I do. But it makes little sense to me to get an ultra energy efficient television, and constantly run a 1000 watt sound system with it. I use the sound system for blu rays, and some netflix stuff, but not for normal daily viewing. The Sharp has two 10 watt speakers and a 15 watt subwoofer. This subwoofer is not powerful of course, but it makes all the difference in terms of sound quality and is an option usually reserved for top tier models of other brands, like Toshiba for instance. The TV sounds great, and doesn’t distort…

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  3. 12 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Sharp 52″ LED HD TV, August 23, 2011
    By 
    Ken (Texas United States) –
    Amazon Verified Purchase(What’s this?)
    This review is from: Sharp LC52LE830U Quattron 52-inch 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV, Black (Electronics)

    This is a great TV for the price which could not be matched at any local stores here in south Texas. I was looking for a good size tv without 3D, I just would not be happy with having to watch my tv with a pair of glasses, I digress. The ability to sync up with my wireless router was very simple which I’m always using it for Pandora. The DLNA was a bonus as I originally was under the impression that this type did not have. Although I have not used it yet, I think its a cool function to have. The 120 Hz is a noticeable difference between a 60 Hz 42″ that I replaced. From what I read, the 240 Hz was overkill which did not provide double the experience as 60 to 120 offers. Anyways, if you are looking for a good quality tv with nice features, menu options, many connection ports and an awesome gaming monitor (PS3 for me) then this is an excellent buy.

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