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Sharp Aquos LC-60C6500U
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Approximate retail price:
$1000
Summary: A 60-inch LCD HDTV with LED backlighting from Sharp with 1080p resolution, a 120Hz refresh rate, 4 HDMI inputs, and 1 component-video input.
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Type: 60-inch and larger TVs
About - Sharp Aquos LC-60C6500U

The Sharp Aquos LC-60C6500U is a 60-inch LCD HDTV with a native resolution of 1920x1080 (1080p). It has LED backlighting, a more energy-efficient type of backlighting. Rather than the basic 60Hz, it has a faster 120Hz frame rate, a feature designed to reduce motion blur.

This model is Internet-enabled and can access online content, including streaming movie and TV services. It has an Ethernet jack for a wired connection to your home network via a cable. This TV is also Wi-Fi capable, so you can connect it to your home network wirelessly. It is DLNA certified, so you can view digital photos stored on a compatible computer, phone, or other mobile device also connected to your home network.

There are 5 HD-capable inputs: 4 HDMI and 1 component-video. It has a VGA connection for using the TV as a computer monitor for those PCs that lack an HDMI output. It also has 2 USB ports, which may be used to play media—photos, videos, and music—stored on a flash drive or memory card reader on the TV.

The Sharp Aquos LC-60C6500U measures 33.5 inches high by 54.3 inches wide by 14.7 inches deep, including its base. The panel itself is 3.03 inches thick including any protrusions, and the screen has a near-matte finish. The bezel framing the screen is gloss black

The warranty on this TV covers parts/labor for 12/12 months, respectively. Other screen sizes in this model line include: LC70C6500U (70"), LC80C6500U (80")

About This Brand

Sharp has been making LCD TVs longer than almost any other manufacturer. The company sells its TVs under the Aquos brand and has one of the most advanced LCD panel manufacturing plants in the world. It sells several series, ranging from competitively priced, value-oriented models up to its latest 90-inch LED-based Smart 3D TV. It also sells several 3D SharpVision 1080p DLP-based home-theater front projectors.

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Features & Specs - Sharp Aquos LC-60C6500U
info Native resolution 1920x1080
info Frame rate (Hz) 120, 60
info Wi-Fi Built-in
info HDMI inputs 4
info Component-video 1
info Overall height (in.) 33.5
info Overall width (in.) 54.3
info Overall depth (in.) 14.7
info Streaming video services CinemaNow, Film fresh, Hulu Plus, Netflix, Vudu
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User Reviews - Sharp Aquos LC-60C6500U
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2.0
Terrible picture quality!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
4/4/2014
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Best Uses
Comment:
The quality and clarity of the TV is terrible watching sports is horrible with blur and clarity of the athletes. I have a Samsung 40 upstairs that is a LCD and is 6 years old and it blows this Sharp out of the water. Very disappointed by this TV!
How long have you owned it:
Three-to-six months
Bottom Line
No, I would not recommend this to a friend.
 
4.0
A sharp SHARP tv.
2/13/2014
Pros
Easy Download Of Update
Light weight for size
Multiple Connections
On screen menu
Slim Design
Cons
Needs soundbar
Sound Was Weak
Best Uses
Streaming videos
Comment:
Biggest disappointment was the sound...I could live with it but decided to get the soundbar and it made a big difference.
How long have you owned it:
A month or less
Bottom Line
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
(4 of 4 customers found this review helpful)
 
4.0
This is a great HDTV
9/20/2013
Pros
Good Remote
Great picture
Cons
Best Uses
Comment:
This HDTV is part of my home theater system. It works great with my components. I love the Smart Central for Netflix, VUDU, etc. movies. For the money this is the best you can buy!
How long have you owned it:
Bottom Line
Yes, I would recommend this to a friend.
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