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Sharp - AQUOS 70" Class - LED - 1080p - 120Hz - Smart - HDTV

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Questions & Answers for Sharp - AQUOS 70" Class - LED - 1080p - 120Hz - Smart - HDTV

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What do I do when the screen is blank and won't respond to the remote or the buttons

2 years, 5 months ago
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We are happy to assist you with your request regarding the LC70LE732U Sharp television. Please contact an AQUOS Advisor at 877-332-7867 for assistance.
2 years, 4 months ago
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HOW HEAVY IS THE TV

2 years, 5 months ago
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The TV is about 90 pounds without the stand, and about 93 with it. Two people can easily lift it, but I do not recommend trying to lift it alone, it is simply too wide to do so.
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Thank you for your interest in the LC70LE732U Sharp television. The television and stand together weigh 72.8 lbs./33.0 kg. The television by itself weighs 66.2 lbs./30.0 kg.
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What size tv stand do I need to get? Can this go on a console that also has a built in tv mount?

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The TV weighs just over 100 pounds without the base. You can Wall-mount this TV, or you can throw it on a stand.

It's hard to find a stand or a wall-mount that will claim to be recommended for a 60"+ TV, so focus on the weight limit listed on the product. My 70" sits on a stand rated for a 60" TV, but supports up to 140 pounds.
2 years, 4 months ago
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The included base for the TV would easily fit onto a 3' x 3' base without any issues. I have mine on my old glass and steel DLP TV stand, purchased years ago with my previous TV.

The TV does have standard mounting holes on the rear, as long as your console is tall enough and wide enough to accommodate the large screen size.
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quuestion about the remote??

Why is the remote not listed in whats included if you have already answered a question saying it was.
2 years, 7 months ago
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The TV is included with a great, fully featured, remote control.
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Great Question! A remote control is actually included with all of our Aquos LCD TV’s.
2 years, 6 months ago
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surround sound issues with my sharp aquous 70 inch

I have a acuostic audio sorround sound and cannot figure out were the outputs are for this tv what do I do do I have to buy a new surround sound or what
2 years, 7 months ago
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Unfortunately this set does not have standard RCA audio outputs. It does, however have an optical digital audio output. If your Acoustic Audio surround sound system has an optical digital input you'll need to buy an optical digital cord and connect it to the TV's optical digital output and your surround sound's optical digital input.
2 years, 6 months ago
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Great question! The LC70LE732U is able to connect to an audio system via 3.5 mm audio cable to the audio output terminal on the unit or an optical fiber cable into the digital audio out terminal.
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Have this tv, can the computer be hooked up to TV and how.

Can the TV be used as a monitor hooked up to show like say a computer program ( Slots games)
2 years, 7 months ago
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As long as the computer has a a composite, component or HDMI video output you can use the TV as a monitor. You might have to adjust the computer's video output settings. Most of the time settings such as 1080p/60Hz will work.
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Great question! The LC70LE732U can be connected to a PC via HDMI or VGA cables.
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the t.v. is breaking in showing componant bracket

on different channels and different times only on this t.v. sound cuts off and in upper top part of screen the componant bracket shows up. it is only doing that on the new t.v.
2 years, 7 months ago
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We are happy to assist you with the issue you described. Please contact the Sharp warranty customer service center at (877) 332- 7867 anytime 7 a.m. until 9 p.m., CST.
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Is there an HDMI cable that works better than others for blurring

2 years, 7 months ago
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Not necessarily, although 'high-speed' HDMI cables are available which are supposed to transmit data faster and allow for higher resolutions to be transmitted.
2 years, 6 months ago
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get the cinnamon hdmi cables they cost about $150 but if you spent the money on the tv you want the best picture it worked for my 2 70 inch sharp quad colors
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Can the tv be laid down in the rear of a van in the box?

2 years, 7 months ago
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Thank you for your interest in the LC70LE732U Sharp television. We strongly recommend that you do not transport the television flat. There is information on the box that explains why in more detail.
2 years, 7 months ago
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Yes, but not advisable. It's never good to lay a flat panel TV flat.
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How to give TV's audio output to A/V receiver ?

In a typical setup, blu-ray or cable box output is given to the receiver which seperates audio (to speakers) and video (to TV). But if i use any of the TV's built in apps like youtube/pandora/netflix using the built-in wi-fi, it'll have to be other way, i'll have to provide the audio from the TV to the receiver so that it be decoded (Dolby/DTS) and further fed to the home theater speakers. How to achieve this ? does the TV offer original sound output ?
2 years, 8 months ago
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get a digital audio cable i had the same problem trying to hook everything up hdmi so what i did was hook up my cable to my tv then my ps3 xbox and wii and blue ray to my tv then took the digital audio cable to my surround sound now i don't have to change the surround sound from one device to the other with the remote what ever is showing on your tv will play threw your surround sound I'm running in my living room a 70 inch sharp quad color 2 15 inch subs the ps3 xbox wi and a ken wood thx surround sound the digital audio cable made it 1000 times better sound and much more easy to use
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Excellent question! The LC70LE732U Sharp television has a feature that is called Audio Return Channel that is available through HDMI 1. You can connect an HDMI cable from the television to the receiver and the TV will send audio from your streaming services to your home theater set up. You can find the instructions on page 52 of the owner’s manual.
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