The stylish, Quattron-equipped Sharp LC-LE757U series doesn't offer a very good picture for the price.
If you can afford the JVC DLA-X700R -- and the dedicated room, high-quality screen, and professional calibration required to make it shine -- its spectacular picture quality is worth the steep investment.
The camera maker's top compact megazoom gets a new lens, NFC, and full HD movie capture at 60p.
Sharp’s flagship LE857 will be the new series. It will come in three sizes topping out at 80 inches.
Since they don't come with improved picture quality, the extra features of the Sharp LC-LE847U series aren't worth the extra money it demands.
The Sharp LC-LE700UN's LED backlighting doesn't elevate its picture quality beyond the LCD norm, but does help make it the most efficient TV we've ever tested.
CNET did not review the Sharp LC-60LE600U, but we did review a similar product, the Sharp LC-60LE640U.
Sharp has announced its first 90-inch TV, which is taller than a basketball player and a smidgeon over 10 grand.
Although priced well for a large 3D TV, the Sharp LC-LE745U series can't muster the 2D picture quality to earn our recommendation as a good value.
If you're just looking to wow your friends or fill a wall, then the 80-inch Sharp LC-80LE632U is one of the best TVs you can buy, but ho-hum picture quality makes it a questionable value.