Sharp LC60LE857U LED TV - Televisor (152,4 cm (60"), Full HD, 1920 x 1080 Pixeles, Analógico y Digital, NTSC, ATSC) Plata
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Descripción del producto
Altavoces incorporados: Si
Altura: 81 cm
Altura de la caja: 91,5 cm
Ancho: 137,8 cm
Ancho de la caja: 172,7 cm
Ancho del dispositivo (con soporte): 137,8 cm
Aplicaciones de estilo de vida: Skype
Audio digital, salida optica: 1
Bloqueo para niños: Si
Canal de retorno de audio (ARC): Si
Cantidad de gafas 3D: 2
Cantidad de puertos USB 2.0: 2
Certificación: Think Green
Certificado DLNA: Si
Certificado Energy Star: Si
Clase de eficiencia de energía: Sin especificar
Colocación soportada: Horizontal
Color del producto: Plata
Compatibilidad 3D: Si
Compatibilidad con interfaces de montaje VESA: 400 x 200 mm
Consumo energético: 187W
Cámara incorporada: No
Diagonal de la pantalla: 152,4 cm (60")
Enlace de alta definición móvil (MHL): Si
Entrada de audio (L,R): 4
Entrada de video compuesto: 2
Ethernet LAN (RJ-45) cantidad de puertos: 1
Exhibición en pantalla (OSD): Si
Formato de pantalla, ajustes: 16:9
Formato de señal digital: ATSC
Formatos gráficos soportados: 1920 x 1080 (HD 1080)
Frecuencia de entrada: 60 Hz
Gafas 3D incluidas: Si
Idiomas OSD: ENG, ESP, ENG
Mando a distancia: Si
Modo de juego: Si
Número de altavoces: 2
Número de lenguajes OSD: 3
Número de puertos HDMI: 4
Número de sintonizadores: 2
PC (D-Sub): Si
Peso: 33 kg
Peso con stand: 40 kg
Peso del paquete: 49 kg
Potencia RMS de subwoofer: 15W
Potencia estimada RMS: 20W
Profundidad: 5,8 cm
Profundidad de la caja: 20,3 cm
Puerto - RS-232: 1
Relación de aspecto: 16:9
Relación de contraste (dinámico): 12000000:1
Resolución de la pantalla: 1920 x 1080 Pixeles
Smart TV: Si
Software incluido: Smart Apps, Web Browser, Web+TV Split Screen, Skype, Remote Control Apps (iOS/Android)
Soporte de sobremesa: Si
Soporte remoto inteligente: Si
Subwoofer incorporado: Si
Temporizador de apagado: Si
Tipo HD: Full HD
Tipo de compatibilidad con 3D: Activo
Tipo de sintonizador: Analógico y Digital
VESA mounting: Si
Video componente (YPbPr/YCbCr) entrada: 1
Voltaje de entrada: 120V
Wi-Fi estándars: 802.11a, 802.11b, 802.11g, 802.11n
Ángulo de visión, horizontal: 176°
Ángulo de visión, vertical: 176°
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After extensive research, comparisons, and reading the many reviews of this TV and other TV's in this category (Samsung 7100 series, Panasonic T60, Vizio M series, and Sony XBR)...the decision was made to go with this one due to: Cost value; Sharp's reputation for large screens, phyical appearance, and the calibration options.
We were willing to pay the price for the Samsung unit, but this seemed like the better value being about $500 less.
On the other hand, it was $500 more than the Vizio M series which many people think is a better value.
But with more options to tweak, the Sharp was the final choice since we could make deaper adjustments if there were any complaints.
Many reviewers on various technical forums seem to think the Sharp 'Quattron' and 'Aquomotion' settings are just an unnecessary marketing ploy. Although that could be true to a degree, I'd rather have the option than not.
This TV is beautiful to look at even when it's off. It's like a nice piece of furniture. The Wallpaper option is also a nice touch if you have company and don't want the TV on. It's not make or break though.
The appearance off is nice, but it's about what the picture looks like when on that counts.
Out the box (connecting to Directv HD Receiver), the picture was ok, but definitely needed adjustments. Using settings from other tech sites and forums, I changed a few settings and was immediately pleased. (coming form a 60" 60hz LCD Rear pro...this was to be expected). The Directv picture was good,but it still wasn't 100% what I was expecting. But then I put in a Bluray (via PS3)...and then I knew we made the right decision! It was perfect. Very bright and the colors are amazing. Especially Reds and Yellow. And even blacks, considering this is an LED and not a Plasma.
Using the 'Movie Mode' and viewing normal TV at the 120hz High setting. But I switch to 240hz when watching sports.
Most complain about the so called "Soap Opera" effect these TVs with higher refresh rates have. This can be turned off via the Film Mode option. But personally, I actually like the effect depending upon what is being viewed. A live concert gives you the feeling you are in the stadium with the Film Mode on. But watching a movie...it is too much.
Other than that, some of the detailed color and gamma setting have been adjusted, but nothing too drastic yet. I will eventually use one of the calibrations discs to do further tweaking. But it's more than pleasing right now.
The Smart Tv options are nice. But most of these apps I prefer using from my Apple TV. However, I think overtime, I may like the convenience of watching direct from the TV. Especially the HULU app.
Web browing is nice and looks pleasant, but I don't see myself doing a lot of browing on the TV.
Internet connection is perfect. My connection spead is 23Mbs and I have a lot of gadgets connected in the house.
I'd love the TV without it and there is not much content to watch. But it does look nice. Especially on Bluray. Pretty fun for when guests are over.
The only negative experience so far is, one particular channel from our Directv was not synced with the audio and picture. Oddly, this happens only on that channel. Changed multiple settings and only had a slight improvement. This is our local CBS channel.
But...while watching NFL on Sunday via the Sunday Ticket...I watched several games on the other CBS feeds and there was no syncing issue. This led me to believe that it was just an issue with my local CBS.
After a couple of weeks of viewing I honestly think the syncing has improved though. (this could just me mentally thinking it's improved, but...I'm not as annoyed anymore so...I'm keeping the 5 star rating because I think it is a DTV issue).
I've never purchased a TV or other large purchase on-line before. But I knew what I was getting in the TV. However, I did not know how the delivery experience would be. The free Standard shipping option worked out perfectly. I ordered on a Thursday and scheduled the delivery for the following Thursday. They showed up within the 3 hour window provided. Unboxed, installed the TV on it's stand and plugged it in to make sure it work. They also took all the trash away.
And lastly, I just happened to click on Amazon.com, exactly a week after purchasing the TV, just to read some other peoples reviews on the unit. To my surprise, I noticed the price was now $500 less than purchased. I clicked on the Amazon "found at a cheaper price" option, and was notified in 24 hrs that I would be refunded the difference. Awesome! Especially when the price has now gone back up slightly.
Overall impressed with the TV and find myself watching movies again like they are new.
This is a morelengthy review than I expected to write and I'm not one to write reviews. But hopefully this will help someone else looking to make a purchase (or not).
The power consumption of this set is phenomenally low. The energy star label rates it at $23/year power cost, off scale low on a scale running from $39 to $90, that includes 70" diagonal sets. I measured the energy directly with a power meter, and it was 80-90 watts with afternoon sunlight coming in our cathedral windows, dropping to a bit below 50 watts in a dark room at night, with internal speakers on. 50 watts - and its enough light that you can walk around the room and find things, no small room light needed to break the dark. It hardly seems possible for that big a screen to be that bright, and if I'd not seen and measured it in person, I'd not have believed it.
We screened Avatar from BluRay as a test of its abilities, and the detail rendering was excellent. Plan on using HDMI for all your inputs - even though cable isn't the highest quality feed, the blacks were distinctly muddy when I tried to drive it via the component video feed, as I'd done our prior 60" Sony; all that size and detail rendering is merciless on signal feeds that aren't top notch, as you will see the feed shortfalls.
We've had the set for less than a month, so this is enough for now, except to note Sharp is one of the few makers that provide a no-glare screen in this size range. If you have windows or lights that will be reflected in the screen, and intend to do daytime viewing, take this into account - it is really a nice to have feature.