Sharp just released another excellent 52-inch HDTV, which adds another phenomenal set to their AQUOS line. It supports full high definition at 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution, and it pushes out a 120Hz refresh rate for smoother on-screen motion. And for all you sports fans and gamers, the 4-millisecond response time makes this great for watching and playing.
The LC52 also features an LED system offering 450 cd/m2 brightness and high contrast, as well as reducing power consumption and lengthening the television's life expectancy. The HDTV has a viewing angle of 176 degrees. For the more basic aspects of connectivity, there are four HDMI ports (version 1.3), a USB connector for viewing photos, 2 component ports, 2 composite ports, and finally a VGA PC connection.
The set also provides AQUOS Net, which is Sharp's internet service that provides games, weather reports, and stocks. Finally, the HDTV offers great black levels and an all-around excellent picture. And at its competitive price of under $2,000, it's starting to look a lot more justifiable.