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Good 3D depth; fluid and natural pictures; powerful sound; Aquos Net with Internet browser; competitively priced.
The LC52LE835U supports 3D playback, Sharp's Quattron technology adds yellow to the standard RGB filter, which is designed to improve brightness and the TV's ability to reproduce yellow and gold, The edgelit LED design allows for a slim cabinet an
Good builtin audio and image quality, Decent price for the size and feature selection.
Vivid 60-inch screen, Improved 3D effects, brightness, Built-in Wi-Fi, Better selection of apps
Slick design, Wide color gamut, Solid 3D experience, Energy efficient.
Light to moderate crosstalk; slight image softness; no remote app support; does not play MKV files via DLNA.
The package does not include 3D glasses, and active 3D glasses are more expensive than passive ones, Edgelit LEDbased LCD TVs can suffer from brightnessuniformity issues, and this TV lacks local dimming to improve black level and uniformity, The 3D menu d
Interface and remote need a redesign, Relatively few Internet services supported.
Expensive, Still not as black as plasma, Must pay for 3D glasses, No SD card slot
Clunky menu system, Wobbly stand, Relatively small selection of Web apps.
By CNET Asia on December 09, 2011
The Sharp Aquos Quattron LC-46LE835X delivers film-like visuals and impactful sound, but can be a little lacking in the 3D and smart TV departments....75
By Good Gear Guide on November 21, 2011
If you're not seduced by the appeal of video-on-demand apps or renting movies on your TV, you should consider Sharp's LE835X TV alongside contenders like the Sony HX820, Samsung Series 7 and LG LW6500. It's got good (if not perfect) picture...85
By Home Theater HiFi on November 17, 2011
to the Sharp LC-60LE835U 60” LED LCD 3D Display While just about every HDTV manufacturer is including 3D as a necessary, almost required feature in their panels, only two manufacturers are pushing the limits when it comes to very large LCD...-
By Home Theater Review on September 24, 2011
The LC-52LE835U has an MSRP of $2,099.99, but its street price is now at about $1,700. All in all, it represents a fairly good value for a larger-screen HDTV that offers 3D capability, LED lighting, "240Hz" technology, and integrated WiFi. Sharp's...-
By Canadian Reviewer on June 22, 2011
By Gadjo Cardenas SevillaThere's a lot to like with Sharp's Aquos LE835 40" inch Quattron 3d HDTV set (whew). A thin profile, slim bezel/border surrounding the screen, yellow-boosted Quattron technology plus 3D, some SmartTV functionality plus...80
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on April 28, 2011
The Sharp LC-60LE835U delivers lots of features, decent video, and above-average audio. It falls short in Internet offerings, however, and its interface and remote could use a makeover....70
By Digital Trends on April 18, 2011
The Sharp Quattron LE835U series is easy to recommend with its very good picture quality, enhanced 3D effects and growing number of Internet apps....85
By PC Mag on March 30, 2011
At $2,800, Sharp's 60-inch LC-60LE835U LED HDTV isn't cheap, but between its green power-saving mode, its wide color range, and strong 2D- and 3D-picture performance, it's a solid choice for a large-screen 3D HDTV....70
By Les Numériques on October 22, 2012
Une fois de plus Sharp propose un mastodonte qui offre un rendu d'image très agréable. Dommage que sa prestation soit quelque peu dégradée par un effet de clouding et un crosstalk (dédoublement d'image) en 3D plus...60
By fwdmagazine.be on September 17, 2012
Wie de grootste wil hebben moet er wel wat euro's voor over hebben, al is de adviesprijs van 3.999 euro naar onze mening niet overdreven hoog. Teruggerekend op basis van het geboden schermoppervlak, zou een gelijkaardige 40-inch tv maar 1.300 euro...80