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Sharp LC-60LE452 60-Inch 1080p 120Hz LED TV (2013 Model)

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  • The LC-60LE452U TV features the AQUOS 1080p LED Display for breathtaking images and a 3 million: 1 dynamic contrast ratio. This AQUOS TV delivers clear picture quality and is housed in a beautiful, slim bezel.
  • The AQUOS 1080p LED Display with a 3 million: 1 contrast ratio creates a picture so real you can see the difference.
  • 120 Hz panel delivers crystal-clear images even during fast-motion scenes.
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Brand NameSharp
Item Weight69 pounds
Product Dimensions54.7 x 14 x 35.4 inches
Item model numberLC-60LE452U
Batteries:2 AA batteries required. (included)
Specification MetEnergy Star
  
Additional Information
ASINB00GRM1KMM
Best Sellers Rank #78,646 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight82.7 pounds
ShippingThis item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
Date First AvailableNovember 14, 2013
  
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  • Brand Name: Sharp
  • Model: LC-60LE452U
  • Display Technology: LED
  • Display Size: 60 inches
  • Image Aspect Ratio: 16:9
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The LC-60LE452U TV features the AQUOS 1080p LED Display for breathtaking images and a 3 million: 1 dynamic contrast ratio. This AQUOS TV delivers clear picture quality and is housed in a beautiful, slim bezel.

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Great picture quality.
D. Brito
Sharp is one of the best brands of TVs that you can buy and I would definitely purchase another Sharp TV in the future.
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I couldn't believe this so I contacted Customer Service.
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By MIBPreacher on January 8, 2014
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I read the other review here about this TV and gaming about the cables and 60 vs 120hz settings. I use monster 4k capable HDMI cables. I have a PS3, a WiiU and an Xfinity HD-DVR. I have seen 120Hz pop up on my notification bar some of the time. My biggest fear was pixelation that I had read about. So far it has barely happened and only during very high speed movement and then it disappeared. Everyday TV and gaming has been great and Blurays are awesome.

Amazon's delivery contractor was horrible but was free so I can't help but say stick to what amazon promises and don't sign till they do it and they take the box away.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By A. Oertel on February 4, 2014
Let me say I started off looking at "smart" tv's and after nearly pulling the trigger once or twice over the last year, I'm glad I waited and got this tv instead. Since it does not have internet connectivity, it is not "smart". Therefore, I'd call it the best dumb TV on the market. When I first started getting serious about a new tv and reading reviews, nearly every smart tv out there had comments like "confusing UI" or "not intuitive". From what I gathered, while tv manufacturers may be good at hardware, the user interfaces are an afterthought at best for which you pay a lot of money. My neighbor bought a comparably sized "smart" tv, but he has had it since November and can't figure out how to stream anything. So when I went looking for a tv without built in wireless connectivity, you don't find that many and you have to really _look_ for them. Let me say that I am not a videophile. I don't constantly fiddle with settings and I don't want to tweek my stuff to the 12th degree. I just want to plug it in, turn it on, have it work and expect Leonard and Penny look like Leonard and Penny. This set does exactly that. Mine is wall mounted and I hid the wires with a wide flat wire mold tray and it is perfect. I previously had a 2001 Sony LED projection TV so this is a huge improvement. It takes a little bit of getting used to watching the HD channels because it almost feels like you're watching a live action play, rather than a tv show. If I want to stream netflix, I just plug in my chrome cast and we're ready to go. The only reason I don't give it 5-stars is that occasionally I notice a little bit of pixalation which seems to come at the oddest time.Read more ›
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19 of 23 people found the following review helpful By Steven on December 21, 2013
It took me a while to get the settings right but after I did, the picture quality was great. Perfect for movies and a living room.

However, I've tried using different HDMI cables to get to 120Hz refresh rate and it would not go past 60Hz. I tried it on all three of my items, the Cable box, PS3, and the Xbox360. None worked. I would not have a problem with it if it didn't lag but it has been impossible to play video games on it so far.

If you considering this TV for movies and shows, get it. I got a great price for it, that's why I'm not complaining. So I would recommend it considering the price, size and picture quality, but avoid it if you have any hopes of playing video games on it.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By EJ on January 25, 2014
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I upgraded my living room TV from a 2010 model 40in Sony Bravia LCD 1080p. I love that TV. I wanted to get another Sony, but they don't make a 60in TV without all the internet capabilities. I have a PS3 and PS4, so I don't need all that extra internet. Sharp has always been a reputable brand in my opinion, as I have had 2 older CRT models back in the late 90s. I have also seen this TV advertised by Best Buy and it seemed to be the way to go.

Installation: I am using a TV stand, so all I had to do was assemble the stand for the TV. This took about 3 minutes, and I just set the TV upside down on the couch and screwed in the stand. The TV is very light and two people can easily maneuver it. I was able to take it out of the box and place it on the couch by myself.

Set-up: When I turned it on it immediately asked how I was using the TV, which I just have an antenna hooked up. It took about 2 minutes to scan for channels. I hooked my home theater up thru the HDMI, and everything was easy there. I popped in a Blu-ray and started messing with the settings. It only took me a few minutes to get it where I was used to. The only complaint is that I have to edit brightness between movie playback and video game playback.

Use: The refresh rate is pretty cool. I've never had a TV like this. One of the first movies I watched was The Matrix. The TV handles the craziness of that movie just fine. I do notice the occasional pixelation, but it is never during the fast parts. It seems to blur when someone moves their head too quickly and the background is more stable, so it only affects a small area of the screen at once.

Overall I think this TV was a great investment. It looks like I almost doubled my screen size, and the 120hz refresh rate makes gaming and Blu-ray a completely new experience. I do wish it had an optical out for my over the air audio, but the coaxial will work fine when I go buy that cable.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By melissa on January 23, 2014
This is by far the owrst TV I have ever owned. I'm not even sure where to begin this thing is so bad. Right off the bat it took me about 2 hours to attempt to get the colors even close to ok on this thing. Almost any TV I've owned it takes maybe 5-10 minutes max to get just right. This thing is so anti-user friendly it is sick. Then I attempted to hook my sound bar. Oops, no Digital Optical out form this TV. (Hmmm thought that was becoming pretty standard.) Oh well, I get what I paid for. So I try to use the RCA digital out Oh Wait, the book says you cannot, I repeat CANNOT use the digital out if you are using HDMI in. Hmmm. I couldn't believe this so I contacted Customer Service. After litterally spending over an hour on the phone with them. First problem was they couldn't find this model in their system(?!?!?) then they asked me to describe my remote control that came with this thing and they said I had the wrong remote control( after 15 minutes they said they were mistaken and I had the right one) Finally their Bright idea to fix the problem....."Use Analog connectors instead of HDMI and then I could use my Digital out". What the heck?!?!? Funny cause when I returned this piece of garbage I got a VIZIO 60" and it came with the Digital Optical out. Only about $100 more for the VIzio and it was plug and Play and came wiht WAY more features than this thing. So in conclusion Sharp Tech Support is laughable, this model was a an absolute nightmare to try to set up and even then it wasn't set up the way it should have been. I owned this thing for about 3 weeks and it was returned. DO NOT BUY THIS THINGS!!!!!!!
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