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The Sharp Aquos LC-55LE620UT is one of three LE620 Series edge-lit LED HDTVs released in 2010.

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good legacy connection support - includes S-Video in addition to Composite and VGA

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low profile and lightweight - perfect for wall mounting

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good picture quality - colors are bright and vivid, while blacks are deep and dark

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better than average speakers - has an integrated subwoofer for deeper bass response

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manufacturer warranty - only 1 year

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glossy bezel and stand - attracts fingerprints and dust

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only 120Hz - lacks the faster 240Hz refresh rate

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edge-lit - produces noticeable bright spots along the TV's edges

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The Sharp Aquos LC-55LE620UT is one of three LE620 Series edge-lit LED HDTVs released in 2010. As the largest in the series, the 55” LC-55LE620UT provides the biggest image, though it too retains the 1080p resolution and 6.5ms response time. One notable change however is the incorporation of a subwoofer in addition to larger and stronger speakers. Otherwise a duplicate, it too includes ATSC/WAM/NTSC tuners for accessing DTV and analog television, and a variety of inputs including HDMI, Component, and Composite. Unfortunately the Sharp Aquos LC-55LE620UT also lacks any advanced connectivity options like Ethernet and WLAN.

  • Aquos LE620 Series (2010)
  • Edge-Lit LED LCD HDTV
  • Full 1080p HD Resolution
  • 120Hz Frame Rate Technology
  • 1M:1 Contrast
  • 6.5ms Response Time
  • Bottom-Mounted Speakers
  • Integrated Subwoofer
  • ATSC/QAM/NTSC Tuners
  • HDMI, Component, Composite, S-Video, VGA Connectivity
  • RS-232C Control Interface
  • Stereo Audio (L/R) Inputs
  • Included Remote Control
  • Included Table Stand
  • 1-Year Parts/Labor Warranty
Post Review
12/08/2010 01:30

First off, let me say that this is an excellent television set for the price. Using a wall mount, it sits with a very low profile on the wall, and looks excellent.

Using HDMI cables, I have a Blu-Ray, HD U-Verse box, and Xbox 360 connected to this unit. Overall color quality is great, and produces a vivid image. The 120HZ fine motion system will make your images surreal in their lifelike movements (almost too surreal). This feature DOES take a bit of getting used to, but makes for an interesting watching experience.

My one complaint about this set is what is referred to as the "spotlight" effect. When viewing movies that are a wider aspect ratio than the tv's 16:9, you can definitely see the "edge-lit" LED's in action. They appear as a "spotlight" coming from each corner aimed at the center of the set, and are more noticeable the further off center you get of the TV. If you are watching standard Hi-Def content with 16:9 resolution however, this effect becomes transparent unless the image is very dark.

This brings me to black level reproduction. I must say, for the price, this set provides adequate black levels, however you will still tend to lose a bit of depth in darker scenes of a movie. I am not sure if this is attributed to the edge lit design, or just a result of LCD technology, but it is perceivable.

In closing, overall, I feel this set is good for the price point, but does have a few glitches that you can either live with, or will drive you crazy.

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