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Sharp LC60LE6300U 60-inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV

Sharp LC60LE6300U 60-inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV
Sharp LC60LE6300U 60-inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV


Product Added : April 22nd, 2013
Category : LCD TV

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Sharp LC60LE6300U 60-inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV


Sharp LC60LE6300U 60-inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV

The AQUOS LC-60LE6300U 60-inch class (60-1/32-inch Diagonal) is a high-performance large screen LCD TV. The Sharp Full HD 1080p X-Gen Panel produces a breathtaking picture quality. The LC-60LE6300U has built-in ATSC/QAM/NTSC tuners and 3 HDMI inputs, compatible with 1080p signals. It features a sleek piano-black cabinet and subtle and recessed bottom-mounted speakers. 20% more screen area than a 55-inch classThe proprietary AQUOS LED system comprised of the X-Gen LCD panel and UltraBrilliant LED enables an incredible dynamic contrast ratio of up to 4,000,000:1 and for excellent picture quality. 120Hz Fine Motion Enhanced virtually eliminates blur and motion artifacts in fast-moving video. 60-inch class: 20% More Screen Area Than a 55-inch class Full HD 1080p X-Gen LCD PanelSharp’s X-Gen panel provides a wider aperture allowing more light to pass through, which requires fewer backlighting elements to create an extremely bright image. Also, because the re-designed LCD panel has less ribs

  • 60″ LED Big Screen TV
  • LED Backlighting
  • 120Hz
  • X-Gen Panel
  • 3 HDMI inputs

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  1. 50 of 52 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A sharp big screen tv at the right price!, November 21, 2011
    By 
    Jereth (GTMD) –
    This review is from: Sharp LC60LE6300U 60-inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV (Electronics)

    I went to Bestbuy with a friend to pick this up using a 10% off coupon (Google the coupon if you need one). We did our research and just wanted to share some information about it. This TV is a great set for the price point of $999.

    Here are a few things to note.

    1. To get the calibration setting and additional reviews, head over to Sharp AQUOS LC60LE632U 60-inch 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV, Black. There are identical TV with the exact same screen, so you’ll be able to calibrate exactly like it. You NEED to recalibrate it as described over at the other review. The difference is night and day!

    2. The pictures you see on Amazon.com is incorrect. That image has 4 HDMI ports, and it’s an image of the LC60LE630U.

    3. This LC60LE6300U has only 3 HDMI ports. However, if you need additional ports, get an automatic HDMI switch using the Kinivo 501BN Premium 5 port High speed HDMI switch with IR wireless remote and AC Power adapter – supports 3D, 1080p. The switch will automatically switch to the last activated item. You won’t have to mess with additional remote to gain the extra ports.

    4. The screen is matte, not glossy.

    5. This TV is edge lit.

    6. The sound is okay for an average user. I’m not an audiophile or anything, but it sounds… flat. I guess it’s nothing you can’t fix with a sound bar. Just note that the standard speakers aren’t anything great.

    All in all, if you want a big screen TV and do not want to buy in to the 3D technology right now. Get this! It’s worth the price point of $999. I would give this TV a 4.5 out of 5.

    Update:

    I see that it’s out of stock now on Amazon… I did the review based on the price of $999. If I were to pay $1,267.72 I would have to give it 3.5 stars out of 5.

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  2. 35 of 39 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Great for the price, November 18, 2011
    By 
    Srini
    This review is from: Sharp LC60LE6300U 60-inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV (Electronics)

    I bought this TV for a good price from HHGreg for $999 and here are my views .

    Picture Quality: I would give it 3 stars as this TV lacked the crispness i was looking for that my other LG 42 inch had.All sports channels however looked great.

    With that being said i have seen reviews of other sharp models that required manual caliberation for an enhanced picture clarity. i have yet to do that.

    Sound quality : Decent but do not expect a home theater effect.

    Setup feature : I would give a 5 star with the ease i could set the TV up from the box and a very simplified process.

    All in All it’s good bang for your buck , however if you were to compare it with a Samsung or an LG then be prepared to pay the price for it.

    Update : After changing the settings as sugessted by the folks at amazon (which is as below) , the clarity and cripness has greatly improved and is on par with a bravia or a samsung. I have changed my review to a 4 star.

    ——————————————————-

    View Mode : Dot by Dot

    Under PICTURE SETTINGS: AV MODE: USER
    OPC: OFF
    BACKLIGHT: 0 (STANDARD)
    CONTRAST: +28
    BRIGHTNESS: 0
    COLOR: -4
    TINT: +4
    SHARPNESS: +1
    Under PICTURE SETTINGS ADVANCED
    COLOR TEMP: MIDDLE
    MOTION ENHANCEMENT: OFF
    ACTIVE CONTRAST: ON
    GAMMA ADJUSTMENT: +2
    FILM MODE: STANDARD
    DIGITAL NOISE REDUCTION: OFF
    —————————————————

    I yet have to buy a blue ray player to see the clarity of the video from the blue ray player as the DVD player i have does not have an HDMI uplink convertor which gives me an ok picture quality with the RGB cables.

    I would also give a 5 star for the looks as it looks super sleek and would look bad ass mounted on the wall. :-)

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  3. 11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Great Value, Not Great Quality, December 21, 2011
    By 
    L. ROMAN (Bridgewater, NJ United States) –
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    This review is from: Sharp LC60LE6300U 60-inch 1080p 120 Hz LED HDTV (Electronics)

    Color Accuracy: (B) Unless you are adventurous enough to go into the service menu, the only options that you have for calibrating color on this set are “Color,” “Tint” and “Color Temperature.” Even if you want to take the risk and go into service menu territory, you won’t be able to change the color settings for HDMI inputs. Only Component and TV inputs can be adjusted in the service menu. However, the colors I get adjusting the available settings are very much to my liking. Since I don’t own the testing equipment to properly calibrate color temperature, I just adjust it to what I like the most. In that sense, I prefer to err on the warmer side (i.e., yellowish whites/grays) rather than the cold side (i.e., bluish whites/grays) and that’s a personal preference. Once you set the color temperature, you can use a calibration disk and blue filter glasses (included in some calibration disks or $2 plus shipping from the THX online store). Here are my settings:

    COLOR: -3
    TINT: -0
    Under PICTURE SETTINGS ADVANCED
    COLOR TEMP: LOW

    Black Levels: (F) Here’s where this set fails big time. A good set should be able to display up to 4% below black and this set is unable to display anything below black. I tried three different calibration disks and different players to rule out any component clipping the signal but the lowest black level that I can see if pure black. Here I like using the standard pluge pattern from Spears & Munsil. This pattern is supposed to show you four bars: 4% below, 2% below, 2% above and 4% above black with the brightness setting all the way up. However, you’ll have a hard time seeing even the 2% above black bar. This aspect is what bothers me the most about this set since the 6-year-old, 42-inch set being replaced blows this one out of the water in black levels. After much trying, below are the settings that are most bearable to me. Keep in mind that this depends entirely on the black levels in your room. Do yourself a favor and download the free HD 709 calibration disk from the AVS Forum and set it to the levels that work for your room.

    OPC: OFF
    BACKLIGHT: 5
    CONTRAST: 27
    BRIGHTNESS: 8

    Panel Uniformity: (D) If you do your homework before buying this set, this should not be a surprise. Even the expensive LED (i.e., local dimming) sets have issues referred as flash lighting or light bleed. This set is no exception and how much light bleeding you get depends on luck. I didn’t fare well and see three large grey blotches when the Blu-Ray player is in screen-saver mode. To be honest, this doesn’t bother me much because it’s not really apparent other than in screen-saver mode.

    Value: (A+) Here’s is where this set gets its highest marks. If you happen to be one of the lucky people who scored this set at Black Friday prices, you’re getting an incredible deal at $1,000. This is THE reason why I am not returning this set. Getting any set noticeable better than this one would require at least an extra half a grand. For something that scores B or above all categories, you’ll need three grand in this size range.

    All things considered, the overall rating will depend on the price point. At Black Friday prices, the excellent value of this set would push the rating to 4 stars. However, being that those prices are no longer available, I’m afraid this set doesn’t earn more than 3 stars at today’s price point.

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