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Sharp LC60LE830U Quattron 60-inch 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV, Black

Sharp LC60LE830U Quattron 60-inch 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV, Black
Sharp LC60LE830U Quattron 60-inch 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV, Black


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Sharp LC60LE830U Quattron 60-inch 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV, Black


Sharp LC60LE830U Quattron 60-inch 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV, Black

Technical Information – Screen Size – 60 inches; Backlight Technology – Edge LED; Streaming Service – VUDU, Netflix, CinemaNow; PC Streaming; Internet Access; Media Player; Video – Standard Refresh Rate – 60 Hz; Video – Frame Refresh Rate – 120 Hz; Video – Maximum Resolution – 1920 x 1080; Video – Dynamic Contrast Ratio – 6000000:1; Video – Scan Format – 1080p; Network & Communication – Wi-Fi; Interfaces/Ports – Number of HDMI Ports – 4; Interfaces/Ports – Component Video; Interfaces/Ports – Digital Audio Output; Interfaces/Ports – HDMI; Interfaces/Ports – USB; Interfaces/Ports – VGA; Height – 33 inches; Width – 54.6 inches; Depth – 1.8 inches; Manufacturer – Sharp Electronics; Manufacturer Part Number – LC60LE830UN; Manufacturer Website Address – sharpusa.com; Brand Name – Sharp; Product Line – AQUOS; Product Model – LC60LE830UN; Product Name – AQUOS LC60LE830UN LED – LCD TV; Product Type – LED – LCD TV; Warranty – Standard Warranty – 1 Year; Screen Size – 60 inches; Back

  • 60-inch class (60-1/32 inches diagonal) display with full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) resolution
  • UltraBrilliant LED system uses “double-dome” light amplifier lens and multi-fluorescents for high brightness and color purity
  • Quad Pixel processing enables enhanced range of colors and detail; 120Hz Fine Motion Enhanced improves fast-motion picture quality
  • Netflix, CinemaNow, and Vudu streaming video, customized Internet content, and live customer support via built-in Wi-Fi
  • Enjoy music, video, and image files from USB thumb drives and networked DLNA-certified devices
  • Interfaces/Ports – Number of HDMI Ports – 4; Interfaces/Ports – Component Video Interfaces/Ports – Digital Audio Output Interfaces/Ports – HDMI Interfaces/Ports – USB Interfaces/Ports – VGA Physical Characteristics – Height – 33 inches
  • Technical Information – Media Player Video – Standard Refresh Rate – 60 Hz; Video – Frame Refresh Rate – 120 Hz; Video – Maximum Resolution – 1920 x 1080; Video – Dynamic Contrast Ratio – 6000000:1; Video – Scan Format – 1080p
  • Technical Information – Screen Size – 60 inches; Backlight Technology – Edge LED; Streaming Service – VUDU, Netflix, CinemaNow; PC Streaming; Internet Access

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  1. 201 of 207 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Out of the box Great TV. After Calibration even Greatter!!!, May 23, 2011
    By 
    J. Oki “J-E-T-S JETS JETS JETS” (Aiea, HI United States) –
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Sharp LC60LE830U Quattron 60-inch 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV, Black (Electronics)

    I know that Greatter is not a word, that’s how I feel about this Television.

    Cnet didn’t give this Television at great review, but they published calibration settings done by professionals that make this Television shine. I’ve read that getting your television professionally calibrated sets you back 2-3 Hundred. Below is the Calibration settings, thanks to Cnet Editor David Katzmaier.

    ++++++++++++++Beginning of Calibration

    –Picture Settings menu

    AV MODE: MOVIE
    OPC: Off
    Backlight: +4
    Contrast: +30
    Brightness: +1
    Color: 0
    Tint: 0
    Sharpness: 0

    –Advanced sub-menu

    C.M.S. -Hue
    R: 0
    Y: +4
    G: -5
    C: +2
    B: 0
    M: +2

    C.M.S. -Saturation
    R: 0
    Y: -2
    G: -1
    C: 0
    B: -7
    M: 0

    C.M.S. -Value
    R: +2
    Y: 0
    G: +9
    C: +4
    B: +3
    M: 0

    Color Gamut Range: Standard

    Color Temp: Low
    R Gain (LO): +11
    G Gain (LO): +7
    B Gain (LO): +13
    R Gain (HI): -2
    G Gain (HI): -7
    B Gain (HI): 0

    Motion Enhancement: 120Hz High
    Quad Pixel Plus: On
    Active Contrast: Off
    Gamma Adjustment: +2
    Film Mode: Off
    Digital Noise Reduction: Off
    Monochrome: Off
    Range of OPC: [any]

    ++++++++++++++End of Calibration

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  2. 51 of 51 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    5th time’s the charm, June 29, 2011
    By 
    Saed
    This review is from: Sharp LC60LE830U Quattron 60-inch 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV, Black (Electronics)

    When we set this Tv up , the picture was good but there was a high pitched, painful to the ear squeal. We thought it was the cable box, had the company out, not the problem. I researched on the internet and others had this problem and it was the power board. I Called Aquos and told them the problem and what we thought it might be, they sent out a repair crew, who thought it might be the speakers, or main board. They returned a few days later and replaced those two items, but the high pitched squeal remained. So they agreed to try and replace the power board. Another trip a week later and they replaced the power board… Ta da, the squeal was gone BUT now we could no longer connect to the internet wirelessly, which apparently is a main board issue. Arghhhhhhh. After a number of conversations with Aquos , they finally agreed to replace the whole thing, which they delivered today. It’s now working, cross my fingers it stays that way. Also,we used the calibration settings listed here and they greatly improved the picture quality.
    Bottom line, after 5 different service calls, it’s a great picture, the wireless access is fabulous for the wii and apple TV, it was just very painful and time consuming to get to this point.
    ps .the delivery guy said they have quite a few of these TVs, 60 and 52 inch that they have to pick up. At least Sharp replaced it, hopefully they’ll continue to stand by their product if it goes haywire again.

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  3. 51 of 54 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great TV, April 10, 2011
    By 
    M. Vance
    (REAL NAME)
      

    This review is from: Sharp LC60LE830U Quattron 60-inch 1080p 120 Hz LED-LCD HDTV, Black (Electronics)

    This is a very large TV with an outstanding picture. So far the menus are easy to navigate and adjustments to almost anything can be made. There many advanced picture adjustments that are easy to find so you can tweak the picture to your liking. Out of the box in the “standard” picture mode the color temp was a little cold for my liking but after adjusting that the color was exactly what I was looking for. The “dynamic” and “dynamic-fixed” modes are useless and greatly over saturate all colors. Most picture modes have the “film mode” defaulted to on, this creates the very annoying “soap opera effect”. Turn it off and everything looks great.
    I did have an issue with the sound being out of sync with my surround sound system when coming from my satellite box. Originally I had an HDMI cable routed from my satellite box to the TV, then an optical cable from the satellite box to SS receiver. By routing the optical cable from the TV to the SS receiver fixed the issue. There seems to be a delay in video and audio processing in the TV which lead the audio from the SS to be ahead of the picture when I had it routed the first way. I only had this issue with satellite, blu-ray seems to be in sync and it is has its audio routed from the player directly to the SS receiver. When initially setting up the tv you have to select “set top box” for satellite and I think this might be where the TV induces the delay. The TV’s speakers are average for a tv of this size, its only 1.75″ thick so you cant expect much in the way of quality audio when the speakers are that thin. This is normal on every tv of this size that I have seen so I will not grade lower. I would think if you have a 60″ tv you probably already have a SS system anyway, or at least a sound bar.
    The tv has a feature called OPC that automatically adjusts screen brightness based on the amount of light in the room, at first I thought this would be a gimmick that I would just turn off but it actually works quite well. It keeps you from having multiple user settings for watching in various lighting conditions. This makes the tv more user friendly because you dont need to always be adjusting it.
    The tv also has built in WIFI which is an upgrade from the previous model, I have only used it on NETFLIX so far. Streaming was easy to setup and worked fine but until Netflix streams in HD the large 60″ screen just amplifies the fuzziness of low resolution streaming video. The WIFI is also great for software up dates.
    Was very easy to mount on the wall and its lighter than my older 46″ Toshiba. All things considered this is a great TV that 97% of consumers would be happy with. The other 3% will always find something to be unhappy about.

    UPDATE AUG2011: For surround sound, route the optical cable from the TV to the surround sound receiver, not DVD player to surround sound receiver. I know I stated earlier that my BluRay player seemed to be more in sync with the tv picture but it is not. The delay was much less than coming from the satellite but there is still a slight delay in audio. If you run an optical cable from the tv to the surround sound receiver the TV process the sound the same as the picture and there is no delay. The only problem with this is the TV only puts out Dolby Digital and cannot output DTS, so for people who favor DTS (me) you will have to either learn to like Dolby or listen to DTS audio that is not in sync with the picture of the TV. Hope this helps those have have run into the “out of sync” issue.

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