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Sharp AQUOS LC-65E77UM


$4,500.00 Released September, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Sharpness on par with the best TVs on the market, detail is extremely fine and precise. Color rendition is very good, capable of realistic colors. 120Hz mode renders fast moving subjects with precision and clarity, no blur, no judder.

The Cons:Doesn't have the advanced features more commonly seen at this price such as 240Hz mode, 3D imaging, or Internet technology. Sound quality is unusually poor, doesn't get very loud and very tinny.

The Sharp AQUOS LC-65E77UM is a 65" LCD HDTV from Sharp's 1080p AQUOS E77U lineup for 2009.  The TV utilizes Sharp's ASV Superlucent panel and features Fine Motion Enhanced technology for a frame rate of 120Hz.

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  It offers a variety of inputs including Component, PC-in, and 4 HDMI inputs.  For more information please refer to the full Sharp AQUOS E Series report.

Features/Specs

  • 65" Display
  • 10-bit Advanced Super View (ASV) Superlucent Panel
  • 1080p Native Resolution
  • 120 Hz Fine Motion Enhanced Technology 
  • 4 ms response time
  • Spectral Contrast Engine
  • Optical Picture Control (OPC)
  • Brightness Preservation picture processing
  • Black Cabinet with Champagne-Gold Accent
  • Redesigned swivel stand
  • Energy Star Compliant
  • Connectivity: 4 x HDMI, PC-in, 2 x Component, RS-232

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    sharpness on par with the best TVs on the market, detail is extremely fine and precise

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    color rendition is very good, capable of realistic colors

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    120Hz mode renders fast moving subjects with precision and clarity, no blur, no judder

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    has a good range of inputs and enough HDMI ports for most households

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    reasonably light, easy to shift around as needed

Cons
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    doesn't have the advanced features more commonly seen at this price such as 240Hz mode, 3D imaging, or Internet technology

  • 1

    sound quality is unusually poor, doesn't get very loud and very tinny

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