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Sharp Quattron LC60LE835U 60-Inch 1080p 3D LED LCD TV Buying Guide

Monday, July 4, 2011

Sharp Quattron LC60LE835U 60-Inch 1080p 3D LED LCD TV - BlackThe system produces 3D AQUOS Quattron resolution 3D lifelike images market, significantly reduced 3D "crosstalk blur" and a dynamic contrast ratio of 8,000,000:1. Series LE835 Quattron 3DTV using the quad pixel Sharp, the LCD panel X-Gen, the frame rate and conduct advanced LED backlighting mounted side-scan algorithm with a new and improved contrast active, offer superior 3D experience. The pairs of 3D glasses offer an optional advanced mode conversion versatile 2D-3D lets you watch a person in 2D, while others are watching 3D. In addition, the method of Sharp three full immersion experience while viewing 3D movies, concerts or any 3D program.

With the series LE835, technology, Sharp's 3D HDTV Quattron, producing sharp images with reduced blur, and 3D crosstalk. Immerse yourself in the latest game in 3D, with a great sound to complete the experiment. And if you like 2D or 3D content, you can benefit from technologies like the LED backlight system and Sharp Aquos X-Gen LCD panel, which uses an improved algorithm to provide a contrast ratio of active dynamic contrast ratio of 8,000,000 1. Translation? Great image quality. This series also includes the functionality AquoMotion Sharp 240, which virtually eliminates motion blur and artifacts visible in the fast-moving video.

The series also features Internet connectivity, LE835, including video streaming applications Vudu, Netflix, CinemaNow, Blockbuster Entertainment On Demand Alphaline and Napster. Built-in Wi-Fi lets you connect a piece of cake. This makes it even easier access to AQUOS Advantage Live, a leader in the field of online support to make sure you get the most from your new TV.

Sharp Quattron LC60LE835U Features

  • 60-inch class (60-1/32 inches diagonal) 3D HDTV display with full HD 1080p resolution
  • AQUOS Quattron 3DTV technology produces a brighter 3D experience with reduced crosstalk
  • 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.
  • Netflix, CinemaNow, and Vudu streaming video, customized Internet content, and live customer support via built-in Wi-Fi
  • Add optional 3D glasses with 2D/3D conversion button
  • AquoMotion 240 virtually eliminates blur and artifacts on fast-motion picture quality
  • Sharp X-Gen panel for added brilliance with minimal light leakage.

Overall Customer Rating is 5.0/5.0

Sharp Quattron LC60LE835U 60-Inch 1080p 3D LED LCD TV

I bought this TV from the TV through Amazon for Paul earlier this month. This TV is beautiful. It also incredibly thin, which is great for wall mounting. I bought a pair of 3D glasses on ebay Sharp. I have a HTPC connected to a TV with a video card GT430. I've seen "Resident Evil Afterlife" 3D Blu-ray. It was breathtaking. I have not tested the HDTV tuner that I have no OTA antenna connection in the room where the TV is at this time. I have not even tried the DLNA.

Pros :
The picture is very bright and just amazing. Much better than other manufacturers like Sony and Vizio. This is a really nice size for a large room When watching 1080p/60Hz sources, the picture is incredibly smooth. The 240 Hz refresh rate is absolutely amazing. I may have to watch this TV more even though the screen is only 1/4" of the size of my projection screen.
The wifi really works well. I have it working with wireless N on the 5 GHz band connected to a Cisco E3000 router about 50ft away. I can stream movies/previews from Vudu at the maximum quality, over 9 Mbit/s sustained. This may seem little compared to the 300 Mbit/s theoretical of wireless N, but it is actually impressive that there are no dropouts. The price was excellent. It was the same as the 832 model at Costco which is not 3D. I see that it has now gone up by over $500 since I purchased it. It has a lot of inputs - 4 HDMI, 1 component, 1 VGA

Cons :
3D picture is dimmer than 2D. And you can't watch the picture lying down with the 3D glasses, the polarization dims the picture too much. The built-in sound is weak. But that's expected on all TVs. You just have to pair the TV with a separate audio system. I couldn't get the HDMI Audio Return Channel feature to work with the Onkyo HT-S5300 HTIB. It could be due to the receiver and not the TV, though the TV manual says this feature only works with other Sharp Aquoslink equipment.