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Sharp Aquos Quattron LC70LE732U 70-Inch 1080P LCD TV

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  • Full HD 1080p (1920 x 1080) Resolution with X-Gen LCD panel
  • Quad Pixel Technology with Quad Pixel Plus
  • 120Hz fine motion enhanced
  • It has USB Viewer with Music Player
  • Connected TV services with Built-in Wi-Fi
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Brand NameSharp
Item Weight90 pounds
Product Dimensions13.1 x 63.5 x 39.7 inches
Item model numberLC70LE732U
Color Nameblack
  
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Best Sellers Rank #57,575 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight146 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Date First AvailableFebruary 18, 2011
  
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TV Display Technology led-lit LED LED LED
Resolution 1920 x 1080 1080p 1080p 1080p
Refresh Rate 120 Hz 120 Hz 240 Hz 120 Hz
3D (Y/N) No No Yes No
Smart TV Yes Yes Yes No
Total HDMI Ports Information not provided 4 4 3
Dimension 39.7 x 63.5 x 13.1 inches 38.3 x 62.6 x 14.2 inches 37.8 x 62.1 x 2.2 inches 38.3 x 62.6 x 14.2 inches
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sharp
  • Model: LC70LE732U
  • Display Technology: led-lit
  • Display Size: 70 inches
  • Image Aspect Ratio: 16:9
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Sharp LC-70LE732U’s proprietary quad pixel technology adds a fourth color, yellow, to the traditional RGB pixel format, enabling many colors to be displayed for the first time. Featuring more colors than any other television, see never-before-seen colors like sparkling golds, Caribbean blues and sunflower yellows. On the LC-70LE732U, this technology is enhanced further with Quad Pixel Plus, which produces smoother lines by enabling the individual control of all 8-million sub-pixels on the screen.

Product Description

Sharp LC-70LE732U’s proprietary quad pixel technology adds a fourth color, yellow, to the traditional RGB pixel format, enabling many colors to be displayed for the first time. Featuring more colors than any other television, see never-before-seen colors like sparkling golds, Caribbean blues and sunflower yellows. On the LC-70LE732U, this technology is enhanced further with Quad Pixel Plus, which produces smoother lines by enabling the individual control of all 8-million sub-pixels on the screen.

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Customer Reviews

Got my Sharp Aquos LED 120hz tv for Christmas. Picture was nice but it quit working after only four months. I called Sharp and was informed the warranty is only three months. Read more ›
I am so happy with my decision. The TV looks phenomenal and the picture is beautiful. After going online and looking at picture setting recommendations on Amazon and other… Read more ›
I got the tv on a Thursday and after 4 days of playing with the settings and speaking…The picture is not clear and all and the colors are not even close to being right. T… Read more ›
This makes the Sharp not as thin as the Samsung, but gives it a more uniform picture. HD is simply stunning. Last but not least, my living room is almost all windows so one… Read more ›
Had ok quality picture if on full 1080p hd channel otherwise was very poor quality and very bad pixelation ( too slow of movement and very choppy blurry at times) needs… Read more ›
I saved $616.30 ( $196.00 was tax that I didn't have to pay online ) and got an extra year of warranty. Both have the same excellent picture. Lastly I looked all over the… Read more ›
Will try a few things and eventually we'll find a way to use all this together. The X-gen panel is amazing, the blacks are unbelievable, love those blacks! We had to set… Read more ›
The BIG image is a vastly different viewing experience over smaller TV screens. I find the color black is achieved nicely on this set. I don't know if the addition of the… Read more ›
The pre-set ones are ok, but some of the levels seemed off to me....Bright colors were looking great but skin tones just seemed washed out - like everyone on my TV was a in… Read more ›
The picture just pops out at person viewing. The field of depth is excellent, colors are sharp and bold. If you will be using a floor stand to mount the television make… Read more ›
I find the color black…I don't know if the addition of the color yellow helps to achieve a deeper black color or if Sharp achieves it with some other technical inovation. Read more ›
I saw a similar TV at Costco &…At home I didn't like the TV colors so I returned it; it was a 2011 model & I had looked at a 2012 model showing animation so it looked good. Read more ›
The TV has not disappointed at all. The TV is very user friendly, the on screen menu is awesome, the apps are intuitive and fantastic. No Netzero lag at all like I would… Read more ›
We love our new Aquos LC70LE732U 70" 1080p LED TV. It has vibrant color and the screen size is great for our large great room. The only negative we have is the built in… Read more ›
I'd wait and that's my two cents. I love the newer Sharps, better refresh rates and low prices. Read more ›
I like…It replaced a 50" plasma that could be viewed from all angles but when watching this tv from any angle other than straight on, it loses it's brightness and clarity. Read more ›
I recommend this set to anyone wanting a high quality large screen television, with all of the goodies, like wireless streaming, access to Netflix, Vudu, Blockbuster and… Read more ›
This is true home theater! The sound was awesome. Picture out of the box was a little milky, but got it perfect with 3 easy steps: Bump up the backlight a little, up the… Read more ›
App selection was sparse & no Hulu+, but I hook a computer to the tv so who cares about the apps really. Lots of ports, nice picture, good sound. Wish it was wifi instead… Read more ›
I don't really need center, front, rear, surround, and all the nonsense. I love my old receiver and have 2 huge speakers. The output is the small headphones jack like you… Read more ›
I had a professional audio visual service assist me with the connections, and he commented independently that the picture quality was excellent, and also agreed that the… Read more ›
I bought a sound system to go with it because I always hear that the new, larger TV's don't have the best speakers but the sound on this TV is just as good as what was on… Read more ›
I've had this tv for 9 months now and I still love it! Size is great and the picture quality is amazing!! Buy this TV now!! Read more ›
We…We saw the same Sharp tvs (same size, smaller and even the 80 inch) and they all looked SO bad that I couldn't believe we thought they looked good enough to buy in Sam's. Read more ›
It can be…Coming from owning a 42" Plasma, I still chuckle when I see this tv on my wall which seems to dwarf the full size mantle & fireplace that it's mounted next to. Read more ›
I like the size and picture IF you are sitting right straight in front of it. It replaced a 50" plasma that could be viewed from all angles but when watching this tv from… Read more ›
I recommend this set to anyone wanting a high quality large screen television, with all of the goodies, like wireless streaming, access to Netflix, Vudu, Blockbuster and… Read more ›
Either way this bracket is solid and supports the 70" effortlessly. The swivel option by pulling the tv off the wall to angle for a diffent view is even fully functional. Read more ›
At first I…I really like this feature as on the few days Ive been around during the day, I didnt need to close blinds to watch TV or mess with the settings on my own. Read more ›
I…At around $3000, the price is very reasonable, and I believe the 4 colors provided by Sharp for this unit (as opposed to 3 colors for most flat screens) makes a difference. Read more ›
Thin, light, and CHEAP! You'll find cheaper prices out there if you dig, so dig around a bit. I have it hooked up to Directv and the picture looks stunning. Read more ›
I'd wait and that's my two cents. I love the newer Sharps, better refresh rates and low prices. Read more ›
Great television/media center. I say that because not only is the tv set beautiful to look at but the picture and the apps are great. Never did Vudu until I got this tv and… Read more ›
The TV has not disappointed at all. The TV is very user friendly, the on screen menu is awesome, the apps are intuitive and fantastic. No Netzero lag at all like I would… Read more ›
Two men carted it into the house, upacked it, and checked to see if it worked. Very easy to set up. Plugged it in to power, inserted the HDMI cable from Direct TV and a… Read more ›
I highly recommend this tv (& mount) if you are looking to go BIG! Watch your friends reactions when they see this bad boy mounted in your room! It can be quite comical :-) Read more ›
We love this TV for its great picture. It has a simple interface that is easy to use. That said, we do not exercise the smart TV features. Read more ›
I then scoured forums to try to find the optimal settings, but none could resolve the picture…All of the internet features on the Sharp were clunky and painful to use. S… Read more ›
We love this TV for its great picture. It has a simple interface that is easy to use. That said, we do not exercise the smart TV features. Read more ›
I have spoken to several Sharp customer service agents. You CANNOT access web browsing-- their "browser" is a s***ty "console" that has widgets and these are the only… Read more ›

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

91 of 91 people found the following review helpful By G. A. P. on July 3, 2011
My family is VERY happy with this purchase. My original choice was to go with the 65 inch Samsung UN65C8000 and later the UN65D8000. While Samsung makes great TV's, I really did not care to pay extra for 3-D which I will never use. The more I read about the Samsungs, the more concerns I had about spending $5000 for a TV whose technology could be outdated in a few short years. I was really glad to find this Sharp TV which seems to have hit the sweet spot for me between size, features, quality and price. With the Sharp I also got 5 extra inches of screen for around $2000 less than the Samsung. But the proof is in the picture quality and this TV has an excellent picture. Unlike the edge lighting used on the Samsung, the Sharp has full arrray LED back lighting. This makes the Sharp not as thin as the Samsung, but gives it a more uniform picture. HD is simply stunning. Last but not least, my living room is almost all windows so one of the biggest selling points for me was the semi-gloss screen on the Sharp TV. This makes for less of the distracting reflections compared to a glossy screen TV like the Samsung. In sum, I think Sharp has a real winner here. If you have the space and enough seating distance to the TV, I think you will be very satified.
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112 of 122 people found the following review helpful By ReviewByMe on May 12, 2011
I just got this "beast" set up and all I want to do it wrap my arms around it and hug it. My boyfriend helped me with it and when we were done, I said "I love you." The sad thing is, I was talking to the TV, not him.

I blanched when I first saw the price tag but have been wanting a 70" LCD for a while so went ahead and purchased it even though there were no other reviews at the time.

I am so happy I did.

I think I spent a month or two trying to decide what TV to get. I visited plenty of stores and did comparison shopping. I kept weighing the features I wanted and those I could live without. In the end I had it down to this 70" and another brand's 65" 3D TV. I decided I would enjoy a larger screen more than I would a 3D screen so that was the deciding factor for me. I'm not really into the whole 3D thing anyway...I have long eyelashes so wearing glasses for a long period of time drives me nuts.

I really cant think of a single negative thing to say. I was a little nervous about what I would wind up with but this TV has met every one of my expectations. It was a breeze to set up - just make sure you have an extra person on hand to help with the stand. It is large, awkward and slightly heavy to move. (We cursed quite a bit and in the end, had to cart it into the bedroom to lay it down on the mattress to put the stand on.)

I bought a sound system to go with it because I always hear that the new, larger TV's don't have the best speakers but the sound on this TV is just as good as what was on my last television set. Though, if you're going to spend so much on a TV, I'd go ahead and shell out a few extra bucks to get a sound system that equals the picture.
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71 of 78 people found the following review helpful By Davyo on June 5, 2011
Got this 70" Sharp to replace my 65" S2 Panasonic plasma that I sold,,, I wanted something bigger than 65 inches and at first was worried that I might take a hit in picture quality going to the 70" Sharp, such was not the case, the picture quality is even better than my much loved Panasonic 65 incher.

Anyhow,,,, very very very happy with my new Sharp.

On a side note, I also purchased and returned the 65" Vizio passive 3D panel,,, the passive 3D was great,, but the 2D picture quality of the 65" Vizio was not as good as my Panny plasma or my Sharp 70 incher.

Cheers
Davyo
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30 of 32 people found the following review helpful By C. Nelson on June 13, 2011
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The TV is great right out of the box. But for videophiles, you might notice some oversaturation of the colors, too-bright picture, etc. I like to be in control of my picture, so I created two custom user settings - one for movies and tv shows, and one for video games. I turned all of the "auto" features off so that the picture would be consistent. After just a little tweaking, the image is astounding. You definitely won't be disappointed.

Note: If you have a calibration blu-ray (meant for calibrating HD TVs) or plan on getting one, make sure you understand that you'll have to eyeball the color yourself because of the fourth pixel color in this set (the "quattron" means it's not only using RGB colors - it adds yellow as well). So, the blue filter that comes with some of these calibration blu-rays will not work correctly. If possible, calibrate the color without the blue filter.
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21 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Sugarmax on January 5, 2012
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I've been in the market for a new TV for while and researched and watched every big screen less than $3000. By far Sharp's quad pixel technology and led array backlighting delivers the finest picture I've seen. The LC-70LE732U Sharp delivers top shelf viewing for every media you got! I originally bought the LC-70LE733U from Sam's club and played with it for 2 months experimenting with all of the settings and features and fell in love with the picture. It cost me $2996.00 ( $2800.00 plus $196.00 tax ) which was fine by me ... until I made a discovery. After I researched and tested the 240 hz feature ... I realized it does not work! I even called Sharp and asked the tech about it and explained all my tests .... he finally said " just turn it off like most people do ". It bothered me so I did some more research and found the 732U at the Sharp site. I compared it to the 733U and found the only difference between the two is the 240hz feature. So I returned my 733U to Sam's and bought the 732U from Amazon. I saved $616.30 ( $196.00 was tax that I didn't have to pay online ) and got an extra year of warranty. Both have the same excellent picture. Lastly I looked all over the Net for some settings to try but found none so I wrote down the ones I use and decided to pass them along. It's the best picture for everything I watch. So set the view mode to Dot by Dot then go to the User A/V mode and change the settings to ..... OPC off , Backlight +5 , Contrast +2 , Brightness +5 , Color +2 , Tint +6 , Sharpness +5 , then hit advanced ... then set Color Temp to High , Motion Enhancement to Off , Quad Pixel Plus to On , Active Contrast to Off ,Gamma Adj 0 , Film mode to Advanced Low , Digital Noise Reduction to High , Monochrome Off , Range of OPC to Max +2 and Min +1 and power saving feature to Standard.Read more ›
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