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Sharp - AQUOS LC-70LE632U 70" 1080p LED-LCD TV - 16:9 - HDTV 1080p - 120 Hz - Piano Black

The AQUOS LC-70LE632U 70" Class (69.5" Diagonal) is a high-performance large screen LCD TV. The Sharp Full HD 1080p X-Gen Panel produces a breathtaking picture quality that is second to none. The LC-70LE632U has built-in ATSC/QAM/NTSC tuners and 4 HDMI inputs, compatible with 1080p signals, as well as 2 HD 1080p component inputs. It features a sleek piano black cabinet and subtle recessed bottom-mounted speakers. This fully featured series also incorporates the Sharp proprietary 120Hz Fine Motion Enhanced feature, which virtually eliminates perceptible blur and motion artifacts in fast moving video. The LC-70LE632U includes Netflix,Vudu and CinemaNow streaming video capability, along with the industry's leading online support system, AQUOS Advantagesm Live. And, with built-in Wi-Fi, connectivity is easier than ever. A built-in media player allows for playback of video, music, and photos via the USB port.
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Questions & Answers for Sharp - AQUOS LC-70LE632U 70" 1080p LED-LCD TV - 16:9 - HDTV 1080p - 120 Hz - Piano Black

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How Wide and High is a 70" LED LCD 1080p TV

Where can I find the width and Higth of a 70" LED LCD 1080p TV
2 years, 9 months ago
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Thank you for your interest in the LC70LE632U! This unit is 39-45/64” high with the stand and 38-25/64” without the stand. It is 13-1/8” wide with the stand and 3-1/2” wide without the stand.
2 years, 9 months ago
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63 1/2 wide
39 tall
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According to the Sharp website, the dimensions are:
Dimensions (wxhxd) (inches)
63-1/2" x 38-25/64" x 3-1/2"

Dimensions with Stand (wxhxd) (inches)
63-1/2" x 39-45/64" x 13-1/8"
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differnce between this 70" and the $2799 70 "?

what is the difference between this 70" inch TV and the $2799 70" inch tv? In the comparison of the specs they look exactly the same.
2 years, 10 months ago
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One has the Quatron Feature (more expensive) and the other does not.
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Excellent question! The main difference between the LC70LE632U and the LC70LE732U is the Quattron technology. Quattron LED LCD TVs employ a four-color filter, adding the color Y (yellow) to the three colors of R (red), G (green) and B (blue). Quad Pixel technology produces this groundbreaking combination, expanding the color gamut and faithfully rendering nearly all colors that can be discerned with the human eye while introducing never-before-seen colors to LCD TVs, like sparkling golds, Caribbean blues and sunflower yellows.
2 years, 10 months ago
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This model is not the quattron. If you look on the sharpusa webpage it shows the difference. I wish I could see them side by side myself..
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It does not include remote in what's included

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Yes it is included
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The remote is included. I only wish it was lighted.
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Thank you for your interest in the LC70LE632U Sharp TV! This television comes with remote control which is included in the box. Thank you for letting us know about the missing information. We will work with Best Buy to get the “What’s Included” portion of the webpage updated.
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Is this a LCD or LED TV?

The title reads LED-LCD, the description reads LCD and the specs read LED.. I'm confused.. Thanks in advance..
2 years, 2 months ago
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Great question! The LC70LE632U Sharp television is both LCD and LED. LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) refers to the panel or screen of the television. LED (Light Emitting Diode) refers to the type of backlighting the television uses.
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It is both. It is an LCD tv lighted by LED's. Older LCD's are lite by CFL's. There are only 2 types out there right now. Plasma or LCD. LCD's are broken down into 2 groups, LED's and CFL's. LED's are the newer generation of LCD's.
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This TV is an LCD. LED describes the kind of backlight the TV uses.
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wifi ??

is this also a wifi tv ?? thanks
2 years, 10 months ago
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Yes it has wifi included built in to the tv.
It was very easy to set up the wifi also.
2 years, 9 months ago
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Great question! The LC70LE632U is equipped with built in Wi-Fi for easy access to all of the Smart TV services.
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Picture in picture?

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I'm not sure why the Sharp representative is suggesting that PiP is a cable/sat provider feature... It is not.

While cable/sat providers may offer that feature through their set top box for their programming (i.e., show me channel 4 on the full screen and channel 7 in the upper right-hand corner), PiP should also allow you to select different video sources (i.e., show me HDMI 1 (Bluray movie) on the full screen & HDMI 2 (TV channel 4) in the upper right-hand corner). That's a TV feature, not a set top box feature.
2 years, 7 months ago
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Thank you for your interest in LC70LE632U! Picture in picture is normally an option through your cable or satellite box. (This TV does not have the capability of doing picture in picture.)
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Is this TV full aray or edge lit LED technology?

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Edge lit
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Thank you for your interest in LC70LE632U! This TV has a full array backlighting system
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HTML browser or just TV apps?

Does this model support HTML web browsing or only the pre-installed apps?
2 years, 9 months ago
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Just the pre-installed apps.
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Thank you for your interest in LC70LE632U! This TV has applications such as Netflix, Vudu, and AQUOS Net. And it also has some internet browser functions.
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Setting

On the 1,999 LED I know that some brands and series of televisions has the option of turning on or off the HZ setting. I would like to turn off the 120HZ down to 60HZ when I am watching a movie so I can prevent that "Soap opera effect" where it looks like everything is moving extra fast (it gives me a headache). Or if I am watching sports I can turn it back to 120HZ. If it is possible on this model can you tell me what option to go to on the remote so that I may check it out at the store? Thanks!
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You can try to cut the film mode off which is a default setting, it caused my tv to look strange when watching movies, the only place i seen to change anything with the 120 HZ was in the motion enhancement, but you cant cut it down to 60, just on or off. Hope this helps
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Excellent question! The 120 Hz feature on the LC70LE632U Sharp television can be disabled. The feature is actually called MOTION ENHANCEMENT. To access the MOTION ENHANCEMENT features please follow the steps below:

1. Press MENU button and then go to the PICTURE SETTINGS tab.
2. Once you have selected PICTURE SETTINGS, you will then need use the remote to arrow down to ADVANCED and press the ENTER button.
3. Once you are in the ADVANCED menu you will need to select MOTION ENHANCEMENT and set it to OFF.
4. To enable the MOTION ENHANCEMENT feature for sports, you will need to repeat the process and then select either 120Hz HIGH or 120Hz Low.
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what is the actuall screen size height width

have a 70 inch tv built in a entertainment center that the opening for the tv is 60 1/2 " by 33 3/4 "
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63 1/2 " wide by about 40" high with the stand. This info is given on the Best Buy website under specifications.
2 years, 8 months ago
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Thank you for your interest in the LC70LE632U Sharp television. The width/height/depth dimensions for the television with the stand are 63-1/2”X 39-45/64” X 13-1/8”. The width/height/depth dimensions for the television without the stand are 63- ½” X 38-25/64” X 3-½ ”.
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