Head to Head: Sharp and Samsung's Flagship LCDs

Are you ready to buy an LCD TV? You must consider Sharp 92 series and Samsung's 65F series, top tier LCDs at the moment. They're both pretty well equipped with 1080p displays, 3 HDMI ports, 15000:1 contrast ratios, 120Hz tech, and more than enough brightness.

The Sharp has a more dramatic picture, with a deeper black level and richer colors off the bat. The Samsung has a more natural picture, in terms of contrast, even if it looks washy at times. Adjustments bring them on par with each other. There are some differences, however.

Sharp LC-52D92U vs Samsung LN-T5265F

Samsung LN-T5265F:
•Better visual adjustments, including individual color tweaks and gamma.
•USB ports for photo and music playback.
•Sidemounted HDMI and Composite ports.
•Better bass from the built in speakers
•A really shitty glossy screen that kicks up ridiculous amounts of glare
•A more uniform backlighting (the Sharp is blotchy)
•Much better grey detail, even if at the cost of looking a little washy
•Somehow it attracts a ton of dust.

Sharp LC-52D92U:
•Deeper blacks
•120Hz tech (which didn't do much here)
•Better treble, but terrible bass
•DVI input (the Samsung has a VGA)
•A blotchy background.
•A better quality case.

The details above will guide you to decide which to choose.

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