Great picture and pretty good sound too
Setup is fairly easy, a alpha/numeric keyboard automatically pops up when needed to make entering network names and passwords easy. The TV menus are easy to use and are accessed using one button on the remote, setup. The remote is easy to use also, similar to a DirecTv remote. In fact, I setup the Toshiba 'IR Blaster' to control my DirecTv box rather than using two remotes.
The picture looks acceptable, but the sound is top-notch
Toshiba's L4300U is a tough pill to swallow. It offers a design that some will find very appealing, but its smart platform and menu interface are downright frustrating. Fortunately, it has decent picture quality. That's like a sandwich with great bread, but rotten meat.
At least the L4300U isn't too expensive. A 39-inch model retails for $699, but Toshiba sells it for $519.
Fantastic TV, Great Price
The TV performs great. the picture is sharp and the colors are bright. it is of a good size for several people to view, though obviously, at 32", this is not the world's largest screen. But it is sharp and stylish and for $200 (price i paid on Amazon) it is a great TV choice.
Great TV at an excellent price!
All in all I am very happy with this TV. I specifically wanted to get a "non smart TV" for the fact that I already have all of the apps and functionality I need with my XBox, PS3, and Apple TV. I was really happy to find such a high quality TV without all the frills. I was more than happy to pay a couple hundred dollars less for a quality TV set without the "smart" capability. The fact that it has 3d capability was a really nice extra that seemed almost "free" considering the price tag.
Just what I wanted
My picture quality is amazing good and I would put it up against anything sony or sammy has to offer. TV had plenty of inputs for all of my equipment and works great. Sound isnt to great but thats to be expected onany slim tv. My home sound system took care of this issue. Not really messed with the apps because I have a computer and xbox 360 for that. I would recommend this tv to anyone looking for a great picture at a great price.
Smooth color gradients
The Sharp LC-52LE640U ($1199.99 MSRP) is one in a series of large-screen, 1080p, Smart TVs, with a heavy motion processing feature. All of these televisions come with AQUOS Link, which allows communication between several AQUOS devices, like DVD players, as well as DLNA to share content across computers and phones. On such big displays, picture quality becomes paramount.
Clearer moving image
The Sharp LC-52LE640U is a part of Sharp's 2012 series of LED-LCD TVs. At 52 inches, the LC-52LE640U is ultraslim, on a narrow bezel. It offers edge-lit LED backlighting, an X-Gen LCD panel, and 120hz refresh rate. The SmartCentral user interface with onboard WiFi and streaming content apps (Netflix, CinemaNow, Vudu, etc) and Aquos Advantage Live. This model has four HDMI inputs.
Not terrible, but 1920x1080 doesn't cut it at 27 inches or more
1920x1080 spread across a 27 inches diagonal display is about 82 pixels per square inch. This is pretty dismal compared to the 400+ pixels per inch that the human eye can resolve at 12 inches. For a 27" computer screen, I recommend you shop for a monitor with at least a resolution of 2560x1440, many of which are widely available. That will get you 109 pixels per inch, which will look a whole lot better than 82 will.
8ms or less pixel response in all modes
The Toshiba 46SL412U is a high-definition 1080p LED television. The 46 inch sceen size is an upgrade from the Toshiba 40SL412U, and a new ClearFrame 120Hz mode is enabled that refreshes the screen quickly for sharp fast-moving subjects, rendering sports and action sequences without any blur.
Pretty good image quality
For people who aren't interested in a connected TV, or who aren't fussy about audio quality (or a great remote), the Toshiba 55SL412U delivers decent image quality on a roomy, ecofriendly screen and it's certainly easier on the wallet than more-polished, full-featured competitors are.
Nice TV, Short on inputs and technical support mediocre
Overall - if you set this up with HDMI cables and you have a non-Netgear router with a password that doesn't have spaces, then the TV is great. If you have equipment that need component input, pick another TV. Now that the TV is working, I would give it 4 stars. But the technical support drops this to 3 stars. Now that I know the issues, I would consider this TV again. But I would consider other TVs with built-in internet. However, the pricepoint for this TV is very attractive.
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