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Sharp AQUOS LC60E77UN 60-Inch 1080p 120Hz LCD HDTV

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  • Spectral Contrast Engine XD for Deep Black Level
  • 4ms response time
  • 10-Bit AVS Superlucent LCD Panel
  • 60-Inch Full HD 1080p HDTV LCD-TV with 120Hz Fine Motion Enhanced
  • 4 HDMI terminals, PC input, RS-232C Input
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sharp
  • Model Number: LC-60E77UN
  • Display Technology: LCD
  • Display Size: 60 inches
  • Speaker Count: 2
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Product Description

Product Description

The AQUOS LC60E77UN sets a new standard for large-screen flat-panel TVs. With Full HD 1080p resolution and an elegant new design, the LC60E77UN produces a breathtaking picture quality that is second to none. The LC60E77UN utilizes Sharp's proprietary Advanced Super View Superlucent / Black TFT Panel with Spectral Contrast Engine XD, providing high Contrast Ratio, 4ms response time and wide viewing angles (176 H x 176 V). In addition, the LC60E77UN includes 120HZ Fine Motion Enhanced for the ultimate in fast-motion image processing. The LC60E77UN has built-in ATSC / QAM / NTSC tuners and include 4 HDMI inputs, compatible with 1080p signals, and 2 HD 1080p component video inputs. The LC60E77UN features a sleek black with champagne gold accent cabinet with subtle recessed bottom-mounted speakers.

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Review from HomeTheaterMag.com: Sharp LC-60E77UN

Home Theater Magazine Reviews Many companies have gotten into the LCD HDTV game over the last few years, hoping to capitalize on the high demand for flat panels. But most are newcomers compared with Sharp, which was one of the first companies to offer LCD TVs in Japan back in 1988. Since then, Sharp has remained ahead of the curve in terms of manufacturing and environmental concerns. It has invested billions of dollars in new plants and processes. Read the full review at HomeTheaterMag.com.

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Brand NameSharp
Item Weight98.1 pounds
Product Dimensions56.6 x 17.2 x 37.3 inches
Item model numberLC-60E77UN
Color Nameblack, gold
  
Additional Information
ASINB002HMMIYK
Best Sellers Rank #163,796 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight275.6 pounds
Domestic Shipping This item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
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Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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200 of 202 people found the following review helpful By Joshua Jones on January 5, 2010
The Sharp LC-60E77UN is a dream come true. Excellent image quality, superb black levels, smooth motion, and a true home theator experience.

I have been looking around at replacing my two year old Sharp Aquos 42" lcd for the past few months. It was a great tv but I recently moved to a bigger house and needed a bigger tv in my huge great room. I used the 42" for a variety of things: computer monitor, bluray's, dvd's, games, and normal tv viewing. I looked at plasma's, LED LCD's, DLP's, and CCFL LCD's. I knew I wanted at least a 55" screen so I could read internet sized font from back on my couch (8-10' away) but still keep the tv set on 1080p. I also love the immersive effect from a big screen. I looked for deep blacks, good motion, viewing angles, and an excellent contrast ratio.

First I looked at plasma's and I finally ended up buying one after finding a great price on a 65" panny S1. But after reading about the still prevalent burn-in issues and huge (780w!) power requirements I decided to return it and stick with an LCD. I don't need to see what my electric bill would be like after running a hairdryer for 4-6 hours a day.

I then looked at the new LED tv's from Vizio, Samsung, Sharp, and Sony. They had great contrast ratios and deep blacks but were priced much higher than the traditional CCFL tv's. The other problem was that they stopped at 55" and I would preferred to go bigger.

I got sidetracked by some of the DLP tv's huge sizes at low prices, and while they have improved a ton over the years there are still several inherent problems with that style of tv that I could not put up with.

Then I looked at some of the traditional CCFL backlit tv's.
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58 of 61 people found the following review helpful By Mark Karber on May 13, 2010
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I viewed the 60" Aquos at a local store, and found it here for about the same price with no tax. I had it shipped to me, which took about 10 days. The first time I hooked it up, it seemed ok. The picture was middling range. The blacks could be deeper, the contrast better, and the screen was more reflective than my other Samsung LCD but it was a bargain at the price and I was satisfied enough at that price point.

Then I turned the TV off. The next day I turned the TV on, it immediately began flashing between 480P mode, and 1080P mode. So, it was switching between HD and non-HD modes. I also noticed the blue HD light on my uVerse box was flashing, so I assumed it was a weird issue with the box. I reset the box, and everything was fine...until the nexst time I turned the TV on.

Later, I came home and noticed the blue HD light flashing again even before I turned the TV on. Thus began a journey. In order to watch the TV, I had to reset the uVerse box every single time, or the picture would simply flash between HD and non-Hd mode, with the telltale sign being the HD light flashing on the uVerse box. I had never once had to reset the uVerse box for this reason prior to the day I got the Sharp and I had two other HD sets using that box previousely. It takes about 4-5 minutes for the box to reset so it was a pain.

So, I did some basic troubleshooting. I tried another HDMI cable, changed inputs, etc to no avail. I then noticed that if I simply left the HDMI cable unplugged when I reset the box the HD light stayed solid, but if I then plugged in the HDMI cable (with TV off) the HD light immediately began blinking. This in conjuction with the other evidence led me to strongly believe the issue lied with the TV.

I started a chat session with a Sharp Tech.
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50 of 52 people found the following review helpful By Mommy of Cuties M & Z on December 11, 2009
******Update is at the bottom*******

My husband and I decided that instead of getting eachother Xmas presents, we would buy a new TV. We had a 36" tube TV that took up a lot of space & was beyond heavy. Thus, the search began for a flat panel TV. At first we started looking at 46-52" and then that went to 55". We had already decided that we didn't want a Plasma but an LCD or LED.

Based on reviews we were first interested in the Sony Bravio, it seemed like the best reviews for what we wanted and for a good price. Then we took a trip to Best Buy. They had 6 55" LCD TV's on display and actually all of them looked pretty nice. The Sony Bravio and 1 other(can't remember) had the best looking pictures in our opinion. We were not yet ready to purchase anything and went to Sams Club to check out their TV's.

That is where we saw this Big Boy, 60" of Beautiful TV. It WAS bigger than all the rest, it DID outshine all other TV's...except 1. There was a 55" Visio True LED and that had a comparable picture to this one in my opinion, my husband thought it was slightly better(and very slightly), I'm sure because it was LED. The Sharp was a little over 2K and the Visio was a little under 2K.

So we were torn on what to do. We decided to go ahead and get this 60" Big Boy. Although we thought the Visio was the newer technology with the LED, this one still had a Beautiful picture and was better to us than any of the other TV's. Also we've had many Sharp Electronics and have always been pleased with them.

We actually don't have cable, we have regular TV & watch regular DVD's. All I can say is AWESOME!! The colors of this TV are amazing & so colorful, my 1 year old twins LOVE watching cartoons on it. We are completely happy with our TV.
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