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

This 60" LED TV supports stunning high-definition images up to 1080p. Multiple HDMI inputs allow you to enjoy single-cable connections to your components, while the PC input lets you use the TV as a monitor for your computer.
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Questions & Answers for Sharp AQUOS / 60" Class / LED / 1080p / 120Hz / HDTV

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What Sound Bars is this TV Compatable with as far as connections? Also does this TV have Digital Audio outputs?

LC60LE6300U | SKU: 3690185
Sharp Aquous 1080P LED 120 HZ
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Thank you for your interest for LC60LE6300U! This TV is compatible with sound bars that connect in with composite audio (Red and white connections) or digital audio using a digital optical cord.
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Thank you for your interest for LC60LE6300U! This TV is compatible with sound bars that connect in with composite audio (Red and white connections) or digital audio using a digital optical cord.
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Does this come with a remote? It isn't stated in the specs.

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Thank you for your interest in the LC60LE6300U! Yes, it comes with a remote control.
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Yes, it comes with a remote.
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Yes. This system comes with a remote.
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is this television 1080p?

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Thank you for your interest in the LC60LE6300U! The LC60LE6300U features a Full HD 1080p X-Gen LCD Panel.
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According to the specs listed: Yes, it is.
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is this television wifi or wifi ready?

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Thank you for your interest in LC60LE6300U! The LC-60LE831U and LC-60LE632U support internet connections via Wi-Fi, but the LC60LE6300U is not able to connect to the internet (wired or wirelessly).
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No. This LED is not Wifi ready.

I did find a drawback to this television that I was not aware of before. When I hooked my laptop up to this set via HDMI input, I felt that the picture quality was jerky, and not of great quality. I made sure that I put in the correct settings (after calling Sharp technical support which they are great), and still was not satisfied..
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What is the difference between LED and LCD?

I noticed this model is a LED and not a LCD TV. The power consumption is much lower and the contrast ratio is very high. How is the picture quality compare between the two?
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This TV is an LED lit LCD TV. Older LCD TV's were lit with Flourescent tubes.
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Thank you for your interest in the LC60LE6300U! The LC60LE6300U has both technologies. It is an LCD TV with an LED backlight system. LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) is the type of display. LED (Light Emitting Diode) is the type of backlight system. TVs with an LED backlighting system are able to get brighter and darker to have a larger Contrast Ratio.
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What is the dimension of the back side for wall mount to fit.

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Thank you for your interest in the LC60LE6300U Sharp television. Any wall mount used should support the 400mm x 400mm VESA pattern and be rated to support the weight of the TV (65.1 lbs./29.5 kg).
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what are the outside dimensions of this tv?

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Great question! The LC60LE6300U Sharp television has dimensions of 54-29/64” X 34-19/64” X 13-1/8”.
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is this back lite

is this tv back lite or frame lit?
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No. It is edgelit.
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Great question! The LC60LE6300U Sharp television is an edge lit LED television.
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Is it okay to play the x-box 360; wii or the playstation on a LED 60"

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Yes unlike some other types of televisions an LED does not suffer from screen burn in. I am a professional video game reviewer and use an LED to test games on both consoles and pc's. If you get a model with a refresh rate higher than 60 you may need to make some adjustments on the settings to reduce controller lag but otherwise it is a great experience to play on a big screen LED television.
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Excellent question! The Xbox 360, Nintendo Wii and the Sony PS3 will work with LC60LE6300U Sharp television. The LC60LE6300U has multiple inputs so you can connect any of the three systems or any combination of all three to enhance your home theater/gaming experience.
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Are all cables required for standard set-up and operation included with this TV?

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No, you will need to purchase the correct cables for your setup separately. Usually this means picking up an HDMI cable or two and possibly others depending on your sound and video/computer setup.
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answer 2
Thank you for your interest in the LC60LE6300U! The TV comes with a remote control, 2 AAA batteries for the remote, the stand, the operation manual, and connection guide. Connection cables are sold separately.
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