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Sharp LC-60LE650U 60-inch Aquos HD 1080p 120Hz Smart LED TV



Product Features

  • AQUOS 1080p LED Display: Using photo-alignment technology that’s precision crafted to let more light through in bright scenes and shut more light out in dark scenes, the AQUOS 1080p LED Display with a 4 million: 1 contrast ratio creates a picture so real you can see the difference.
  • 120Hz Refresh Rate: See sharper, more electrifying action with the most advanced panel refresh rates available today. 120Hz technology delivers crystal-clear images even during fast-motion scenes.
  • SmartCentral Smart TV with Dual-Core Processor & built in Wi-Fi: Sharp®’s intuitive Smart TV lets you quickly connect to your favorite content and instantly access apps like Facebook®, Twitter®, and YouTube®, plus streaming movies, music, games, and websites you love.
  • Slim Design: The brilliant AQUOS® LED display is embraced by a striking new frame that’s thinner around the screen and slimmer in depth, so it can fit just about anywhere.
  • Powerful 20W Audio: High fidelity audio with Clear Voice technology.

2 responses to “Sharp LC-60LE650U 60-inch Aquos HD 1080p 120Hz Smart LED TV”

  1. John Saylers says:

    Fantastic picture, once you remove the Soap Opera Effect Purchased this TV about 2 weeks ago, based on the good reputation of it’s predecessor (the 640U), and after a couple tweaks, I’m very pleased overall with it.HOW TO GET RID OF THE SOAP OPERA EFFECT:Turning off the Motion Enhancement alone will NOT solve it. You also have to go to Picture Settings -> Advanced -> Film Mode, make sure Film Mode is on, and turn down the “Advanced” item. I turned it down from 7 to 0 and viola – The Walking Dead no longer looks like General Hospital. Although it’s not labeled on the menu, the manual indicates that this setting is the Judder Reduction.PICTURE: Right out of the box, Sports looked great, but all of our usual shows and movies looked very strange. Upon Googling the “Soap Opera Effect,” I found plenty of info on how to correct it, but when turning off the Motion Enhancement didn’t do anything, I was pretty worried. I was almost ready to return the TV, but after playing around a little more with the settings, I…

  2. Michael 3:15 says:

    (EDITED) Good TV, but inspect upon delivery and look at the bottom of the screen… First TV that arrived was only carried in by a single delivery guy. When you test this TV, use a WHITE screen and be sure to view the edges. Mine had black flares on the bottom which I noticed while viewing a hockey game. Sharp’s customer service was OK, but Amazon’s has been great so far. Replacement arrived this AM and it seems better but I still need an hour or so with it to adjust the settings. The repair guy that Sharp sent said that the black flares were caused by “pressure points” in the frame which were probably caused by the television being dragged while in the box during delivery.Update:I have adjusted the settings based on what the other reviewer had posted. For my tastes, that picture is a little too dark. I increased the brightness and sharpness a little bit. However, those settings are a great place to start.For the price, this seems like a good tv. You definitely have to tweak it a bit to get good results though. I still notice some…

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