Sharp LC-52LE810UN 52-inch 1080p 120Hz LED Edge-lit LCD HDTV

  • Full HD 1080p
  • Netflix streaming video capability
  • 120Hz Fine Motion Enhanced
Product Description
With the introduction of the LC-52LE810UN, Sharp once again establishes its leadership in LCD and LED technology. In a monumental engineering breakthrough, Sharp’s proprietary Quad Pixel Technology, a 4-color filter that adds yellow to the traditional RGB, enabling many colors to be displayed for the first time. A stunning new contmporary edge-light design proudly announces a new AQUOS direction for 2010. The proprietary AQUOS LED LCD system comprised of the X-Gen L… More >>

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4 Responses to “Sharp LC-52LE810UN 52-inch 1080p 120Hz LED Edge-lit LCD HDTV”

  1. Tech Guy says:

    I did a ton of research on all the reviews for this and other TV’s, which focused on the expert sites like AVS Forum. After all the research, I was actually a little hesitant on this purchase with the ‘Yellow’ being possibly a little bit of a marketing gimmick. However the plunge was made and ‘WOW’ at times it feels like a 3D TV and my wife still is amazed and she doesn’t get into technology. I would give this TV a Solid A+.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. Just bought this TV about a week ago. Am still absolutely floored by the picture quality, clarity, and the crisp colors. As written in previous reviews, first thing that needs to be done is TURN THE FILM MODE OFF. First movie we watched was Avatar, and yes, even with Film Mode on, the movie looked jaw-droppingly good. But the longer you sat and watched, the more you realize that Film Mode gives it a “soap opera” look. That’s the best I can describe it, you will have to see to understand. My eyes were becoming fatigued because everything was SO crisp and detailed, and so clean, it looked fake. Turning it off alleviated all the problems.

    Even in “The Blind Side”, I popped film mode back on and couldnt take it for a second. My guess is Film Mode is for upscaling Standard Def DVDs, for with BluRay it is just TOO much.

    In terms of overall picture quality, as expected, right out of the box some additional tweaking had to be done. I have everything almost perfect, and again, I couldn’t be happier. I did get a great deal on Geek Squad Calibration, and that will take place after 100 hrs get put on the TV. From everything I’ve heard, for a TV of this quality, professional calibration is worth every penney. Looking forward to it.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. M. Jones says:

    1. If you get this tv, do yourself a favor and turn off film mode. Somehow it removes all semblance of depth-of-field and makes everything look like it was shot on a soap-opera set.

    2. There are setting to directly effect the color decoder, so image calibration should be easy. Unfortunately I think the yellow pixel makes the Avia color decoder patterns useless for this. Adjusting (the rgb) color levels to accurate made the picture laughable. Stick with just tint/saturation controls until someone figures out how to actually calibrate an rgb+y display.

    Overall, a few tweaks made the PQ pretty good. The defaults don’t seem to have any red or green push evident in the picture, even though the avia decoder patterns has them at > -25% off. I assume that’s due to the yellow LCD pixel. The blacks on the picture are black, but there aren’t any surprises here with LCD and shadow detail. You’ll have to crank brightness up a bit to see any shadow detail, which will lighten up the blacks. Plasma is still king here.

    Rating: 4 / 5

  4. We purchased the TV this week. A great mid $1,500 price point, latest and greatest LED, and $80 bucks per month no interest, could not beat it. Obviously at the store, on Blu Ray, looked amazing! We mounted on the existing mount and connected to home Theater. We played Mr. Holland Opus from the DVR and looked…. Horrible :) . As the other reviewer stated, like a soap opera set. Oh my! Firstly we turned off OPC…. we are very “green” in our lifestyle, but this feature drives us crazy! Makes things dark. Secondly, the faces were getting “distorted”…. so we turn off the Film feature… Thirdly we brought the picture size down…. So we survived the first experience…. and related cognitive dissonances! Net, net the TV is very advanced, the light and brightness is amazing, playing HD is incredible. It really looks almost like a 3D experience. We love the design and how it sounds (through a Samsung one-box 7.1 home Stereo, so can’t judge the TV sound). The other issue is the regular channels like CNN etc. the captions look fazy and the faces not very clear! Is my perception getting used to HD or just the TV? We would very much appreciate any guidance on adjusting the picture, the reds, the other settings…. seem to be off, but it is very hard to have a standard as it varies on HD, Non HD, by channel etc.

    Net, net, while we are not “first movers” we are very happy with this choice and the high end aspects… only if we can adjust it right, the world moves to HD and rose colored glasses… we shall be ok.. Input is appreciated.

    Rating: 4 / 5

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