AQUOS HD — Big, Bold, Breathtaking Clarity. The Sharp LC-70LE650U 70-inch (diag.) Class AQUOS HD Series 1080p LED TV delivers legendary AQUOS picture quality, with 120Hz refresh rate and 4 million : 1 dynamic contrast ratio for precision clarity during fast-motion scenes.
1080p AQUOS LED panel 4M:1 dynamic contrast ratio 120Hz refresh rate SmartCentral Smart TV Built-in Wi-Fi Dual-Core Processor Most popular apps Web browser 14% more screen area than a 65" class (diag.) TV Also available in 60", 80", and 90" class screen sizes Slim design Super-thin bezel Wallpaper mode blends TV into your decor when powered off Powerful 20W audio View Larger
AQUOS HD LED Smart TV AQUOS HD
The AQUOS panel's advanced pixel structure gives you crystal clear picture, brilliant color, and captivating detail. 120Hz Refresh Rate
See sharper, more electrifying action with the most advanced panel refresh rates available today. 120Hz technology delivers crystal-clear images even during fast-motion scenes. Optical Picture Control
Automatically adjusts picture brightness to the light in the room.
SmartCentral Smart TV SmartCentral
Sharp's Intuitive SmartCentral lets you quickly connect to your favorite content. Working through built-in Wi-Fi, you can instantly access apps, streaming movies, music, games, and websites. Web Browser
Welcome to the world's most incredible web browser: your Sharp television. Big, beautiful, super-fast, and built-in, you can now visit all your favorite sites in a window larger than life. Most Popular Apps
From instant access to movies with Netflix, to videos with YouTube, music with Pandora and Rhapsody, social sites like Facebook and Twitter, and the best of gaming — what you love is only a click away. Split Screen TV + Web
Sharp's split-screen experience lets you surf the web while you watch TV, so you never have to choose between your favorite show and your favorite site. Dual-Core Processor
Dual-Core processing means faster load times for apps and the web browser, so you spend less time waiting and more time enjoying. Remote Control App
Your remote's never out of reach with Sharp's app that lets you change the channel right from your iOS or Android smartphone or tablet. View Larger
View Larger Not Just Bigger TVs, Bigger Choices AQUOS HD LED TVs are big, and so are your choices. No matter where you are placing your TV — or what you love to watch — you'll find a viewing experience perfect for you. And with 14% more viewing area than a 65" class (diag.), the AQUOS HD shows you every glorious detail. Also available in 60", 80", and 90" Class
Beautiful from the Inside Out The AQUOS HD boasts a super-thin bezel and slim footprint allowing for multiple mounting possibilities. But its great design isn't only skin deep.
Premium Materials AQUOS TV's are designed with high-quality finishes on thin bezels, creating a modern look and feel. Slim Design The super thin bezel and slim footprint allow for multiple mounting possibilities. Wallpaper Mode When the TV is turned off, Wallpaper Mode lets you display virtually any image you choose. Powerful 25W Audio Big sound to complete your big-screen experience. The powerful audio features high fidelity with Clear Voice, so all of your scenes sound great.
AQUOS LED TV Series
AQUOS 4K SeriesAQUOS Q+ SeriesAQUOS Q SeriesAQUOS HD Series Models LC-70UD1ULC-60UQ17U
LC-90LE657U Available Sizes (inches) 7060-70-8060-7060-7060-70-80-90 Backlight Type Source AQUOS LED DisplayAQUOS LED DisplayAQUOS LED DisplayAQUOS LED DisplayAQUOS LED Display Panel Resolution 3840 x 2160, Ultra HD1920 x 1080, Full HD1920 x 1080, Full HD1920 x 1080, Full HD1920 x 1080, Full HD Effective Resolution 3840 x 2160, Ultra HDUp to 3840 x 2160 Ultra HDUp to 3840 x 2160 Ultra HD1920 x 1080, Full HD1920 x 1080, Full HD Q+ Technology ✓✓ Quattron Technology ✓✓✓ Dynamic Contrast Ratio 10,000,000:112,000,000:18,000,000:18,000,000:14,000,000:1
(90” 8,000,000:1) Native Refresh Rate 120Hz240 Hz240Hz240Hz120Hz THX THX 4K CertifiedTHX Certified 4K Content Playback ✓✓✓ SmartCentral Smart TV ✓✓✓✓✓ Built-In Wi-Fi ✓✓✓✓✓ HDMI 44444 Bezel Ultra-thin dark silver aluminum bezelUltra-thin silver aluminum bezelUltra-thin black bezelUltra-thin black bezelUltra-thin black bezel
- Refresh Rate: 120Hz (Native); (Effective)
- Backlight: LED (Edge-Lit)
- Smart Functionality: Yes - SmartCentral
- Dimensions (W x H x D): TV without stand: 62.6'' x 37.3" x 3.3'', TV with stand: 62.6'' x 38.3'' x 14.2''
- Inputs: 4 HDMI, 2 USB, PC input, RS-232C, MHL
- Accessories Included: Universal Remote
Purchased this TV about 2 weeks ago, based on the good reputation of it's predecessor (the 640U), and after a couple tweaks, I'm very pleased overall with it.HOW TO GET RID OF THE SOAP OPERA EFFECT:Turning off the Motion Enhancement alone will NOT solve it. You also have to go to Picture Settings -> Advanced -> Film Mode, make sure Film Mode is on, and turn down the "Advanced" item. I turned it down from 7 to 0 and viola - The Walking Dead no longer looks like General Hospital. Although it's not labeled on the menu, the manual indicates that this setting is the Judder Reduction.PICTURE: Right out of the box, Sports looked great, but all of our usual shows and movies looked very strange. Upon Googling the "Soap Opera Effect," I found plenty of info on how to correct it, but when turning off the Motion Enhancement didn't do anything, I was pretty worried. I was almost ready to return the TV, but after playing around a little more with the settings, I discovered the above, and now everything looks AMAZING! We have it set on Standard Mode, and with the above adjustments, movies look like you're in the theater and basketball looks like you're IN the arena!SOUND: This is my only complaint. I was prepared for this after reading a lot of reviews - apparently the sound is bad on all of these new giant LED TVs. But it's really bad - sounds tinny, like it's coming out of laptop computer speakers. I just figured it couldn't be THAT bad, but the sound on my 37" Toshiba destroys it. I paired the TV with the Sony HTCT260 Sound Bar Home Theater System which I got on sale for $250, and it sounds phenomenal!Read more ›
The Darker side of Light
I spent hours and days and looking into TV's. I wanted a 70" without spending more than $2k total! I game every now and then and watch blurays. After extensive research and lots of questions....Here's what I found out and why I choose this model:For starters, there is NO perfect tv. Just like all other products, it comes down to personal preferences and money. If you are looking for the hands down uncontested winner with no equal, be prepared to spend $8k to $100k (that's right 100k!) on true perfection. So don't kill yourself and waste your valuable time, instead look for the most "bang for your buck" you can get based on what is important to YOU.Refresh rate... 120mhz is fine and works great for this tv. The Truth is , the human eye can't even see "refresh rate" happening because it's to fast. Also this feature is only as good as other technical features in a tv. You could buy a cheaper tv with a 240mhz rate, but if it doesn't shine in other technical aspects, then it's just a waste and a gimmick to get you to buy it. Also , when it comes to gaming , don't believe for a second that your games will lag, run slow, and be worthless unless on a 240 or 600mhz (plasma) set....they won't!Smart-ness. Ok if you have a smart bluray player with wifi, netflix, facebook...etc etc, then save yourself some serious money and get a tv that has all the same technical features but is not "smart" . But if you just have to have it, then let me say that all the smart features are great on this tv, the layout, the streaming and wifi all seem to work well, now...is this tv a PC??? no! Will surfing, browsing , chatting...etc be as good as with a pc....no! Are tv's as "fast" as your pc....no!!Read more ›
First TV that arrived was only carried in by a single delivery guy. When you test this TV, use a WHITE screen and be sure to view the edges. Mine had black flares on the bottom which I noticed while viewing a hockey game. Sharp's customer service was OK, but Amazon's has been great so far. Replacement arrived this AM and it seems better but I still need an hour or so with it to adjust the settings. The repair guy that Sharp sent said that the black flares were caused by "pressure points" in the frame which were probably caused by the television being dragged while in the box during delivery.Update:I have adjusted the settings based on what the other reviewer had posted. For my tastes, that picture is a little too dark. I increased the brightness and sharpness a little bit. However, those settings are a great place to start.For the price, this seems like a good tv. You definitely have to tweak it a bit to get good results though. I still notice some slight light distortion at the very bottom which goes up about an inch and a half. This could be caused by the weight of the television upon the bottom of itself. It is only really noticeable on a plain white screen, and it is much better than the previous one I had. Hopefully this will fade in time once the tv settles in.In regards to support from Sharp, well, it was OK, but they made me send them pictures. Amazon simply said, "OK, we will replace it, no charge for shipping, no problem." You can't beat customer service like that. Everyone I spoke with at Amazon was very kind and professional. Thanks Amazon for putting customer satisfaction first and making the whole process as painless as possible.Read more ›