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Sharp LC-52LE920UN 52-inch 1080p 240 Hz LED Edge-Lit LCD HDTV

by Sharp
4 out of 5 stars 9 customer reviews

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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sharp
  • Model Number: LC52LE920UN
  • Display Technology: led-lit
  • Display Size: 52 inches
  • Speaker Count: 2
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Product Description

Sharp AQUOS LC-52LE920UN 52" LCD TV LC-52LE920UN LCD Flat Panel TVs

Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 100.1 pounds
  • ASIN: B003XUEHNU
  • Item model number: LC52LE920UN
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (9 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #313,500 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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  • Date first available at Amazon.com: May 26, 2010

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Customer Reviews

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I first purchased a LC-52LE810UN from another retailer then returned it as this tv was on sale for less. Even though there is a lack of reviews this is the LED TV for you. First of all Blu-Ray's are awesome looking whether it is animated or drama. Then regular HDTV looks great and so does standard def. The colors are brilliant and you really do notice the fourth color. The main difference between this TV and the 810UN is the 240HZ and the floating glass. This makes for a more true picture with deeper blacks and whiter whites. Some may like the Panasonic Plasma for the blacks but you would be missing out on the colors of this particular tv with blacks as deep as a Plasma. I reccomend to do the following after purchasing. Set to Dynamic and leave it, Turn off the OPC (Enoying when lighting changes in your house and the animated leaves come on the tv). Turn off Film Mode and set to 240HZ. Some people may say that they don't like the look of 120HZ or 240HZ but this looks amazing on this tv. Perfect example is the human torch on the Fantastic Four Rise of the Silver Surfer and when he flys bye no articating at all (Little squares) and you can see the blurry heat like image that was intended. If you buy this tv you will be one happy person if not then your loss.
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Purchased the TV from world wide stereo.
Too good of a price to miss the deal (1425$). World wide stereo guys were absolutely professional. Will buy from them again.

Now coming to the TV, it has built in Wi-fi. The TV comes with a wi-fi USB so you plug it in the TV and you are connected to your home wireless instantly.

You can stream Netflix, vudu movies & aqous.net live on TV.
I dont have to run to my nearby DVD kiosk or wait for the netflix discs in mail as I can view it instantly.
I've also calibrated the TV after lot of head banging.

AV Mode is User
Backlight is -3
Contrast is +30
Brightness is 0
Colour is -9
Tint is -2
Sharpness is +1

CMS settings are
Hue Saturation Value
R=+2 R=+10 R=+17
Y=+9 Y=+8 Y=+3
G=+8 G=+11 G=+29
C=+11 C=+15 C=+8
B=+10 B=-20 B=-25
M=-6 M=+5 M=+30

Colour temp = Mid High
R Gain(LO)+1
G Gain(LO)-3 or -2
B Gain(LO)0
R Gain(Hi)+3
G Gain(Hi)-9 Changed to -6 experiment from -9 to -4 (I settled with -6)
B Gain(Hi)0
Film Mode: Advanced HIGH
Power Saving Alimentation: OFF
OPC is OFF
Film Mode: High
Aqua Motion : OFF (recommanded but as your choice)
Active contrast : OFF (recommanded, but at your choice)
Quadra Pixel plus : OFF (recommanded, but as your choice)

Buy this TV if you are in the market for 52inch TV and you dont want really worry about 3D.
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A TERRIFIC HD TELEVISION--HAVE NOT FOUND ONE FEATURE THAT I DIDN'T LIKE.
WOULD RECOMMEND TO ANYBODY WHO WANTS TRUE COLOR. I PRETTY MUCH LEAVE IT ON
"FIXED DYNAMIC"
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By Jeff on April 26, 2011
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Look around for a while and decided this was the best deal around so here are the pros and cons after using it.

pros:

- vivid and sharp (no pun intended)picture quality (the reason for this, it is a glass panel instead of matte which most of the sharp tvs have)
- easy options and setup menu (you can access the tv menu and still watch your movie/show at the same time so you can see the changes made)
- all internet features including wireless
- 240hz motion flow which for video games was incredible, movies not so much
- sound was decent compared to other tvs i have used

cons:

- flash lighting was noticeable in dark movies along the left and right edge is where it was most noticeable, it definitely is cloudy when all black but only noticed that when i turned off my xbox otherwise i never would have seen it (i am a freak about this so i constantly notice dumb stuff)
- internet takes a while to configure itself, plugged it in at 7pm went to bed at 3am woke up at 10 and it was working
- glass sucks if in bright room
- sound does well with high pitch noise but if low tone then it gets hard to hear at times

overall: i really liked this tv. it performed better than i expected. the reason for the 4 stars was the flashlighting was a real bummer but for the price i cannot complain too much.

one last thing i am returning this tv because i received it damaged on the side panel (maybe a cause for some of the flashlighting?). tigerdirect has been kind of a pain to work with in getting it sent back, they would only return it and not send a new one, said it must be repurchased...so i would be cautious who you purchase it from.
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I was researching TVs for a home theater in our newly renovated basement. Initially I was only considering Samsungs, with their great pictures and styling. My home theater installer suggested I look into Sharps - his feeling was that they tend to have a better picture than Samsungs, and they play well with universal remotes (which apparently Samsungs struggle with). In doing research, I was a little dismayed on finding very little third-party reviews of Sharp products (from CNet or similar organizations). But what I did find seemed positive, especially from actual users. For a 52" LCD-LED TV with its features, the price was great, so I took the plunge.

The TV is wall mounted and paired with an Onkyo TX-NR609 AV receiver, an Oppo BDP-93 Blu-Ray player, and a TiVo Premiere DVR, plus a mix of Proficient in-wall and Kef in-ceiling speakers and a Kef Kube-1 sub-woofer. (Thumbs-up on all those products, too!) In all, I'm very pleased. The TV looks great. Since I let the other components do most of the heavy lifting and Internet access, I rely on the TV for the picture only. I haven't played with the picture settings too much other than trying out the calibrations recommended by "shrini23", which look pretty good but not much different than the "Auto" setting. Until I have a chance to calibrate it myself, the "Auto" AV Mode looks really good (in my opinion). "Standard" is not bad, but a little bright, but that could be paired with the OPC feature to dim the picture if the room is on the dark side. I'm not a fan of the "Dynamic" or "Dynamic-Fixed" settings and think these are better left unused. There are other settings, too, like "Game", which I plan to try out with our Wii when time allows. I recently watched "Cars" on blu-ray (on Auto), and it looked great!
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