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The Sharp AQUOS LC-52E77U is a 52" LCD HDTV from Sharp's 1080p AQUOS E77U models for 2009.

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Customizable on-screen menu is very convenient - users can rename inputs based on the other equipment within their home theater configuration

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120-hertz image processing provides responsive support of fast-paced content - live sports and action movies are very well-supported

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Screen produces minimal glare during daytime viewing in sunlight-heavy rooms - similar large-screens from Sony and Samsung are prone to excessive glare issues

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Standard definition content is played back relatively well - picture doesn't appear as warped/blurred as with similar large-screen HDTVs

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Champagne gradient is an excellent touch - provides a subtle yet classy element that doesn't draw attention away from the screen

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Built-in speakers provide sufficient sound outputting - lacks harsh, tinny overtones of many competitor models

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Off-angle viewing is fairly poor - picture is severely inhibited even when brightness and contrast levels have been adjusted accordingly

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Lacks DLNA and network support of many competitor models - likely due to release date and lower price point, but a disadvantage nonetheless

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The Sharp AQUOS LC-52E77U is a 52" LCD HDTV from Sharp's 1080p AQUOS E77U models for 2009.  It features a 120Hz frame rate, 4 ms response time, and a variety of inputs including HDMI, Component, and PC-in.  For more information please refer to the full Sharp AQUOS E Series report.

  • 52" Screen
  • 120 Hz frame rate
  • 4 ms response time
  • Champagne-gold colored accent
  • Inputs: 5 HDMI, PC-in, 2 Component, RS-232
  • Spectral Contrast Engine
  • Brightness Preservation picture processing
  • 1080p native resolution
  • 10-bit Advanced Super View (ASV) Superlucent Panel
  • 10-bit processing engine
  • Redesigned swivel stand
  • Energy Star compliant
  • HDMI and Component inputs 1080p compatible
  • Black cabinet with champagne-gold colored accent on bottom
  • Optical Picture Control (OPC)
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