Sharp Aquos LC-52LE820UN Television Review

August 23, in LED television

It wasn’t so long ago we were talking about the magnificent, if high priced, Sharp Aquos LC-60LE920UN.  And if you liked that one, but thought it was just entirely too much cash for you to justify spending on a new television, then you’ll certainly want to hear about the Sharp Aquos LC-52LE820UN.

The Sharp Aquos LC-52LE820UN is a Magnolia class, 1080p, fifty two inch LED television that offers internet connectivity for easy access to online content, Wi-Fi adapter, the Quad Pixel technology that introduces yellow into the red-green-blue mixture, the Vyper Drive game mode to render blurring almost completely removed, two ten watt speakers and fifteen watt subwoofer, four HDMI inputs, one component input, one PC input, one S-video input, one composite input, two audio inputs and a USB port.

As should be expected from anything in the Magnolia line, the picture on this thing is patently breathtaking and the sound is actually really good from two ten watt speakers.  It must be that subwoofer throwing in some extra quality. Of course, Sharp has already tipped the scales a bit by offering the unique perspective of yellow in its RGB–Sulu doesn’t yell for no reason, folks.  And yes, the scales here are tipped to folks with new hardware, but older hardware owners won’t be at a complete loss.

Naturally, you’ll be paying, and handsomely for this quality–Best Buy wants twenty nine hundred bucks for this large slice of amazing television. Like I said, a bit better price-wise than its larger cousin, but not by much. Still though, it’s almost as worthwhile, if just a tiny bit smaller.

If you’re looking for big television with slightly less than a big television’s price tag, or they just ran out of the sixty inch version, then consider the slightly smaller but still fantastic Sharp Aquos LC-52LE920UN.

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