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  1. Spend my money - Sharp LC-70UE30U vs Vizio M70-C3

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    That's right folks, it's time for everyone's favorite game - SPEND SOMEONE ELSE'S MONEY! :neener: I'm looking to replace my long-in-the-tooth Toshiba 46" screen, and I'm looking at either the Sharp LC-70UE30U or the Vizio M70-C3. I may also be interested in a 65 inch set, but the ladies tell...
  2. Help with Sharp Aquos led error codes

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    My Sharp Aquos TV has recently started blinking error codes when powered on. From standby the green power led comes on briefly then is replaced by the red led flashing twice. This then repeats. If you hit the power on from the remote when the second red led blinks it will power on. Any...
  3. Sharp Exits North American Television Market

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    Sharp and its Aquos moniker have been mainstays in the display world for years. As evidenced by the company’s early adoption of LCD technologies, the unveiling of the world’s first 80-inch HDTV, and innovations such as a yellow sub-pixel integrated for picture quality, Sharp has desperately...
  4. Refresh rate flicker problem with a new Sharp TV over HDMI. I will seriously paypal $50 to anyone that can figure this out.

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    This is going to be a bit of a long post, but only because I've got a year and a half of troubleshooting the problem under my belt. Hence offering the reward for anyone that can post a solution that fixes it. I'm going slightly insane trying to figure this out, and probably never going to bother...
  5. Tried calibrating a Sharp LE820, can someone help interpret the results? (and maybe improve it)

    Video Calibration
    So today I calibrated my TV Sharp 40LE820 (at least tried) , but still new to using a i1display pro and HCFR (+i1profiler which I didn't use this time). Gamma I know is not perfect, but it is as close as I could get it, well everything is as close as i could get it. But, the RGB levels are...
  6. Sharp 70" and 60" 4K UD27U series

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    Today starts Sharp's holiday sale on their new 4K UD27U series. Sharp developed this exceptional new Ultra HD TV that has many unique features not available in any other TV. The three top exclusive features on the UD27U series are: The only THX certified 4K TV w/accurate THX modes Exclusive...
  7. Official Sharp UD27 series 4K Ultra HD TV

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    Sharp just started Nationwide distribution of their mid-year introduction 60" and 70" 4K Ultra HD TV, the UD27 series. I can easily predict this TV will enjoy excellent reviews from the professional TV reviewers and calibrators. I had the opportunity to do a very brief review and calibration...
  8. Sharp to Showcase First Hi-Res Wireless Player and New THX Certified UHDTV at Value Electronics

    Home Theater, Audio and Video News
    Sharp’s new 70-inch 4K Ultra HDTV and Hi-Res Audio player are the focus of Value Electronics’ next big in-store event. Beginning at 4PM this coming Thursday (November 13, 2014), Robert Zohn and his staff will use Sharp’s new gear to deliver an entertainment experience that is sure to ignite the...
  9. Sharp's Q+ Series: Better Than HD (But Not Quite 4K)

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    We’re approaching yet another exit on the super highway of display technologies. Almost everyone opted for the obvious exit several miles back and are happily traveling down 1080p Way, while a few others decided to ride a little longer to hit 3D Hi-Def Road. For those of you still truckin’...
  10. Sharp Unveils World’s First THX Certified Ultra High Definition Television

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    Like an unstoppable wave, 4K Ultra HD products are racing toward the shorelines. We’ve recently reported on a number of new 4K products including displays, a media player, and receivers capable of 4K pass through and up-conversion. Yesterday, Sharp added more energy to the movement by...
  11. Sharp launches two new Aquos 4K LCD TVs into the Japanese market

    HDTV | Video Displays | Processors
    Very interesting article in engadget in regards to Sharp launching two new Aquos 4K LCD TVs into the Japanese market. ======= I am interested to see what the reviews are for this item..
  12. Anyone calibrated Sharp LC-80LE857U ?

    Video Calibration
    Hi all, Anyone got chance to calibrate or even take a look at Sharp LC-80LE857U? This is Sharp replacement for 844 model. New model isn't full array, but Edge lit. Does 857 have the same ISF profiles and 10 points for color as 844 has? Thanks.
  13. Sharp aqous help

    HDTV | Video Displays | Processors
    Possibly looking to get one of these 70 or 80 inch so many model numbers what do you have how long have you had it? These seem like a good value just looking for owner insight. Currently using 73 inch Mitsubishi dlp fwiw, thanks in advance.
  14. Sharp Aqous Quattron 70in. 3DTv LC-70LE845U

    HDTV | Video Displays | Processors
    I'm going to start a new thread. I have the LC-70LE845U model & I'm having occasional Audio Sync. problems. I called Sharp & they ran me thru the Handshake routine, which didn't help,then they ran me thru the "Master Reset" & again that didn't help. Now I'm about to call them again! I'm just...
  15. Sharp's 2013 TVs with Smart TV and Super Bright tech

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    Source: FlatPanelsHD
  16. Sharp Goes Big with AQUOS TVs 60 Inches and Up

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    Source: BigPictureBigSound
  17. Sharp Does IGZO

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    Source: Home Theater Magazine
  18. Sharp's next-gen concept displays and 60-inch ICC 4K LCD (eyes-on)

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    Source: Engadget
  19. Sharp Debuts New 60, 70, and 80-inch HDTVs

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    Source: HDGuru
  20. Projector Discoloration (green/yellow blotches)

    General Service and Technical Information
    I currently have a Sharp XV-DW100 projector and as of yesterday replaced the lamp with a brand new one which I thought was the cause of this problem. On the top of the screen, (I will place a screenshot below of the picture) there appears to be green/yellow blotches dipping into the picture...
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