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60" Sharp Aquos LC60E69U 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV EXPIRED

Discombobulated 73,426 November 19, 2012 at 10:01 PM in Tech & Electronics (7) More Sears Deals
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Promoted 11-20-2012 at 11:10 AM View Original Post
Sears has 60" Sharp Aquos LC60E69U 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV for $688 (price drops @ checkout) + free in-store pickup. Thanks discombobulated & boorex [discuss]

Specs:
  • Resolution: 1920x1080
  • Refresh Rate: 120Hz
  • Response Time: 4ms
  • Contrast Ratio: 4,000,000;1
  • Inputs:
    • 3x HDMI
    • 2x RCA L/R Audio
    • 1x Composite
    • 1x Component
    • 1x PC

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Edited November 19, 2012 at 11:02 PM by Discombobulated
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Update: Store Pickup still available

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#676
Quote from mowbr4 View Post :
If anyone has any in the MD area that they are willing/trying to sell, PM me. Would love to offer.
I might let you have mine. See PM.
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#677
We got ours delivered yesterday. Anyone know where you can get a manual for it? Odd that they didn't have one in the box... I was a bit worried reading some reviews on here but we're satisfied. We had the chance for the 60" at Walmart on Black Friday but we weren't willing to sit in line for 2 1/2 hours to get one... I spilled the beans to DH that I had already ordered one for him and he was thrilled! It is massive on our living room wall... people look lifesize on it.. lol. The picture is great and so is the sound. The only issue we have had is the recorded programs from our DVR seem to skip and get out of sync with the sound. Only on certain ones so maybe it's those channels??? Thanks for the great deal! Made everyone we know real jealous Smilie
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#678
Anyone near BestBuy in Westminster, CA wants this TV today email me at hungngo83@gmail.com. Will sell at cost.
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#679
In desperate need of a new tv. If anyone is in the Brooklyn, New York area I would like to purchase this/ pick it up. Pm me. Thanks
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#680
The picture was ok, but I returned the TV. After some research, it's a rebadged Westinghouse, which turned me off.

http://westinghousedigital.com/wo...Manual.pdf
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#681
Quote from CheapoMuch View Post :
The picture was ok, but I returned the TV. After some research, it's a rebadged Westinghouse, which turned me off.

http://westinghousedigital.com/wo...Manual.pdf
Yep, for what it's worth I mentioned that in post # 635. The only reason I had to return it was that the remote for my DVR cable box interfered with it. Whenever you pressed ANY button on the Charter remote, it repeated the last action that was sent to the TV itself (such as adjusting the volume or pressing the mute button). If anyone else encounters this, the only fix is to press Ok (or select, can't remember the exact wording) button on the remote and that sends a reset last command signal to the TV itself so other remotes won't interfere with it.
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#682
Just got it delivered. Hooked it up, horrible input lag with my Dish Network receiver which makes the TV unwatchable. I had it hooked up to my Sony receiver as well as to the TV directly - same thing happens. Returning it tomorrow.
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#683
Quote from ourumov2 View Post :
Just got it delivered. Hooked it up, horrible input lag with my Dish Network receiver which makes the TV unwatchable. I had it hooked up to my Sony receiver as well as to the TV directly - same thing happens. Returning it tomorrow.
Mine is coming Monday. I sure hope there isn't any lag because I will return it. I have directv tivo/dvr boxes anyone here hooked this tv up to directv yet? how's the pic? any lag?

tks
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#684
Quote from dmband View Post :
i got these from a owner but have not tried them, lmk if you do and what you think
Brightness 55
Contract 75
Color 50
Tint 8
Sharpness 18
Backlight Medium
Color Temp Normal
Dynamic Contrast ON (very suttle and effective)
Film Mode OFF
Noise Reduction MED
Mpeg Noise Reduction MED
120mhz Level MED
Any one find settings besides the ones mentioned above that will eliminate the lag time for Xbox 360 (Tv settings along with anything to change on the xbox settings).
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#685
Sale isn't dead. They still have stock here and there...I know, I missed it...again.
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#686
I just set this Sharp 60" LDC up and have it running right next to the Samsung 55" LED also from BF... I'm wondering if I'm missing something here but the picture on the Sharp LCD just looks muddier overall with less contrast, but at the same time the highlights are blown out and the blacks aren't very deep. I tried default modes as well as the recommended settings above, and tweaking it myself but its still pretty far off.

I have the Sharp 60" running directly off of my Uverse HD cable box through Component cables to the TV, and I have the Samsung 55" LED running off of an HDMI cable from my receiver. These signals should be just about even, correct?

Just wondering if I'm missing something, I didn't expect the difference to be so big here. I am a professional photographer and editor so I understand color, contrast, saturation, etc. etc. but at the same time I don't think I'm overly picky when it comes to my TV so I expected to like both of these, but so far the Sharp is unacceptable to me.

If I need to change something or confirm any details on setup when comparing the two please let me know1
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#687
Quote from TROLL View Post :
I just set this Sharp 60" LDC up and have it running right next to the Samsung 55" LED also from BF... I'm wondering if I'm missing something here but the picture on the Sharp LCD just looks muddier overall with less contrast, but at the same time the highlights are blown out and the blacks aren't very deep. I tried default modes as well as the recommended settings above, and tweaking it myself but its still pretty far off.

I have the Sharp 60" running directly off of my Uverse HD cable box through Component cables to the TV, and I have the Samsung 55" LED running off of an HDMI cable from my receiver. These signals should be just about even, correct?

Just wondering if I'm missing something, I didn't expect the difference to be so big here. I am a professional photographer and editor so I understand color, contrast, saturation, etc. etc. but at the same time I don't think I'm overly picky when it comes to my TV so I expected to like both of these, but so far the Sharp is unacceptable to me.

If I need to change something or confirm any details on setup when comparing the two please let me know1

Why not try them both on HDMI - I dont think component vs HDMI is a fair comparison
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#688
Quote from gt5oh View Post :
Why not try them both on HDMI - I dont think component vs HDMI is a fair comparison
Also, try disabling the noise reduction which is enabled by default. After playing around with all the settings, the picture looks pretty decent. The only thing about the PQ I'm not thrilled with is the light bleed-through, which is very evident on a black background and when viewed at an angle.

The default sound settings are terrible, and the equalizer settings must be adjusted to get rid of the tinny sounding audio.

The remote control is abysmal, compared to Sony or Samsung remotes. Has anyone been able to get the input select working with the XBOX remote or other universal remotes? Clicking the input button more than once does not switch to the next input. Using the OEM remote, you actually have to click up and down to select the input, which does not work on the XBOX remote.
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#689
Quote from gt5oh View Post :
Why not try them both on HDMI - I dont think component vs HDMI is a fair comparison
Is there a way to run both off of HDMI at the same time without some sort of splitter? I have a HD cable box as well as a receiver, if there's a way to do it i'll be happy to.
I thought component was the same quality as HDMI though?
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#690
Anyone here having a problem getting the ShopDiscover 10% bonus from Discover? They're claiming it was only 5%... bunch of crooks. Anyone have a screenshot?
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