Sharp Aquos LC-60LE920UN Television Review

August 6, in LED television

Sometimes you can tell high quality just by looking.  It helps when you can look and see that incredible Magnolia logo attached to a new LED television, and the Sharp AQUOS LC-60LE920UN provides that kind of on-sight quality assessment.

The Sharp AQUOS LC-60LE920UN is a sixty inch 1080p LED television that offers Internet connectivity for easy access to a huge variety of original content with a WiFi adapter, quad pixel technology (you know, that thing that adds yellow to the red-green-blue color array that Sulu’s been shrieking about in the commercials?), the UltraBrilliant LED System to improve brightness and color purity, the Vyper Drive game mode to reduce blurring with high speed images, two ten watt speakers with an included fifteen watt subwoofer built in, four HDMI inputs, one HD component input, one PC input, one S-video input, one composite video A/V inputs, two audio inputs, Ethernet port, and a USB port.

First, this is a beautiful television.  With the Magnolia name attached you expect it to be amazing but this almost surpassed even that hugely high expectation.  The sound was pretty nice too–admittedly, ten watt speakers are a bit limited, but with a fifteen watt subwoofer for backup, that’s not nearly as bad as you might think.

And of course, for a monster system like this, you’ll pay for it, and through the nose, too–Best Buy wants thirty eight hundred bucks for this mammoth monster known as the Sharp AQUOS LC-60LE920UN, and after looking at it, it’s worth it.

The Sharp AQUOS LC-60LE920UN is an incredibly beautiful system with good quality sound and fantastic images.  It may cost a whole lot more than you’ll want to spend on a television, but it’s downright unbelievable in terms of quality.

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