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Sharp AQUOS / 60" Class / LED / 1080p / 120Hz / HDTV

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Questions & Answers for Sharp AQUOS / 60" Class / LED / 1080p / 120Hz / HDTV

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Connection to Receiver

I have a older Onkyo receiver #TX-SR504 with no HDMI ports
I do have a optical and digital inputs, can I hook up for audio with this TV?
2 years, 11 months ago
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Yes. This T.V. has ports for everything.
2 years, 9 months ago
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answer 2
I used a standard Y out for my setup. The sound comes through very nicely.
 
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Excellent question! When the source device is connected through the antenna/RF input of the LC60LE831U Sharp television, you will be able to use the Digital Optical port to output sound to an external audio system.
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difference between the LE830U and the 831U

In the previous question it seems the 832 is a faster refresh rate than the 831 but I cant seem to find much difference between the 830 and the 831?
ThankYou
Blackie
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The 830, like most TVs uses three colors, red, green, and blue, to make the images on the screen. The 831 adds yellow, which Sharp claims makes yellow, gold, and caribbean blue look more vibrant and beautiful.

I guess the only way you'd know is to have both TVs next to each other perfectly calibrated.

When I saw them side by side in the store, the addition of the yellow did in fact make the image pop in a more impressive way.
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answer 2
Excellent question! There are a few differences between the LC60LE830U Sharp television and the LC60LE831U Sharp television. The LC60LE830U Sharp television has a dynamic contrast ratio of 6,000,000:1 and the Quad Pixel Plus feature. The LC60LE831U Sharp television is a Best Buy exclusive model which has a dynamic contrast ratio of 5,000,000:1. All other features are the same between the two models.
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Are the LC60LE831U and LC60LE632U full array LEDs with local diming??

2 years, 10 months ago
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You can set the brightness yourself or you can use the auto dimming function that is built in on the TV's.
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Great question! The LC60LE831U and LC60LE632U are both Edge Lit models and do not have local diming.
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What is the difference between this model and LC60LE830UN?

 
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Excellent question! The LC60LE831U is a Best Buy exclusive model. It has a Dynamic Contrast ratio of 5,000,000:1. The LC60LE830U is a model that is available to the mass market. It has a Dynamic Contrast ratio of 6,000,000:1.
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The LC60LE830UN is more expensive (at this time about $600 more). The TV refreshes at 240Hz on the more expensive one (versus 120Hz on this one), which should provide a more stable picture during very fast moving scenes and sport. The more expensive TV also is 3D capable.

So if you don't need 3D at this time, you may as well go for the cheaper one, unless you are a major sports fan and want the most stable possible picture during high speed parts of the game.
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LC60LE832U color fading

is it normel for picture to loose color as you move from center to side,go's from bright colors to pale as u move toward side
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Thank you for your interest in the LC60LE832U Sharp television. We always recommend viewing the picture from as close to the center of the screen as you can as the pixels are orientated for center viewing. The farther away you get from the center, the "dimmer" the image may seem. This is type of dimming is normal for the technology type as it is caused by the way the light is emitting from the screen.
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answer 2
This is common and to be expected with LED televisions as the viewing range is limited. Once you move too far to one side or the other you will notice the colors begin to change.

Plasma televisions do not have a limited range so regardless of how far you are from the center of the television the colors will remain true.
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Connection to Internet

I have put all of my wireless info in but it's still not connecting to Internet
2 years, 9 months ago
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Sounds like you need to hook up a WIFI adapter to the back of the tv with an extention to get better reception or maybe your WIFI connection is not allowing enuogh mbps (faster data transfer)
 
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2 years, 8 months ago
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Thank you for your interest in the LC60LE831U Sharp television. We are sorry to hear that you are experiencing a problem with connecting to the Internet. We would be happy to assist you with this matter. Please call our support line at 877-332-7867. Our support team is available Monday thru Friday, 7am until 7pm C.S.T.
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LC60LE831U

So there are zero dedicated audio outputs on this tv? Upgrade with quad pixal aquos yes, but how do i hook it up to a surround sound system properly without dedicated audio outputs
2 years, 11 months ago
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Thank you for your interest in the LC60LE831U Sharp television. The television has two dedicated audio outputs that can be used to connect the television to a surround sound system: Digital Optical and an AUDIO OUT terminal.
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Thank you for your interest in the LC60KE831U Sharp television. The television has two dedicated audio outputs that can be used to connect the television to a surround sound system: Digital Optical and an AUDIO OUT terminal.
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Does this tv have the gaming mode called hyper drive?

read it helps with gaming lag
2 years, 9 months ago
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Yes. And is well worth it to have it.
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answer 2
Great question! The LC60LE831U Sharp television does not have the Vyper Drive feature.
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what is width and weight

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The height and width are shown under SPECIFICATIONS in the product description.

Product Height (with stand) 34-31/32"
Product Height (without stand) 33-1/32"
Product Depth (with stand) 14-27/64"
Product Depth (without stand) 1-5/8"

I can't remember the weight, but it is inline with other similar TVs and well under the height restrictions of a suitably sized stand.
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Thank you for your interest in the LC60LE831U Sharp television. The width of the television is 54-29/64”. The weight of the television with the stand is 83.8 lbs./38.0 kg. The weight of the TV without the stand is 68.3 lbs./31.0 kg.
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Internet

Does this smart tv have a web browser, for internet use? Or just instant entertainment such as netflix etc
2 years, 9 months ago
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No it does not have a web browser, only apps and widgets for internet use.
2 years, 8 months ago
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Thank you for your interest in the LC60LE831U Sharp television. A Smart TV has Internet access to entertainment features such as Netflix, Vudu, Pandora, etc. There is no web browser built into this television.
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