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Convincing 3D depth; judder-free motion; effective noise reduction; comfortable 3D glasses; unique 3D-to-2D conversion; above-average TV sound.
Outstanding 2D playback, Very good 3D effects, Supplied Wi-Fi adaptor (for NetFlix, vudu), Two pair of glasses supplied
Includes two pairs of the required active shutter 3D glasses.
Overall softer pictures, 3D glasses flicker under room lighting; moderate crosstalk; skewed colors; lackluster DLNA support.
Expensive, Remote should be better (as always), No SD card slot or front HDMI connection
Picture quality is a bit oversaturated and not easy to adjust.
By HardwareZone.com on February 21, 2011
It is clear that Sharp has invested a tremendous amount of effort into their latest 3D offering to make themselves heard in a growing 3D display market. To round off its strengths, the 60-inch LE925M boasts of sleek looks and a substantial array of...90
By CNET Asia on January 14, 2011
This flagship Sharp is an average-performing 3D TV with innovative 3D-to-2D function for a reasonable price....80
By Gadget Guy Australia on January 11, 2011
The Sharp Aquos LC60LE925X 3D LCD TV enters hard on the heals of its other ‘Quattron’ LED models, and shares with them a unique feature: four colours. Virtually all TVs generate their pictures using triplets of dots to make up the pixels....70
By Good Gear Guide on January 11, 2011
The Sharp LC60LE925X 3D LED TV has excellent picture quality, with a clean and detailed picture that has a wide range of contrast. It doesn't have the same modern styling as Samsung's Series 7 3D LED TVs, but it's definitely not ugly. It is...80
By Whathifi.com on December 20, 2010
’s last big win in these pages was some time ago, there have recently been a couple of models that have impressed us – including this one. The thing is, while back in January this looked like a rather affordable big-screen 3D display, the...60
By Digital Trends on December 17, 2010
Sharps LC-60LE925UN combines its four-color Quattron technology with 3D capabilities for stunning image quality in both dimensions....80
By AVRev on December 01, 2010
Sharp's new 52-inch Aquos television (the LC-52LE925UN) is one of two in their LE925UN series of 3D TVs and features an UltraBrilliant Edge-Lit LED Backlight System, an X-Gen LCD Panel, Quattron Quad Pixel Technology, AquoMotion 240, and of course...-
By Trusted Reviews on October 21, 2010
While Sharp’s 60LE925E might not be the first 60in+ 3D TV we’ve seen, it’s arguably the most intriguing. First, it’s Sharp’s very first 3D set, sneaking out months ahead of smaller 3D screens slated for release next spring....80
By TechRadar on October 11, 2010
While everyone else was getting busy with their debut 3D TVs, Sharp was ploughing a lonely though far from futile furrow with its first Quattron TVs.These, uniquely, added a fourth yellow sub-pixel to the standard trio of red, green and...80
By Here's How on October 08, 2010
Sharp's first 3D televisions include the 60-incher reviewed here at $5,000, and a similar 52-inch model, the LC-52LE925UN at $4,000. Both Quattron TVs use four rather than three colours to create pictures: yellow in addition to the standard mix of...-