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Sharp LC46LE835U Quattron 46-inch 1080p 240 Hz 3D LED-LCD HDTV, Black

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  • 46-inch Class 3D HDTV display with full HD 1080p resolution, Sharp X-Gen panel for added brilliance with minimal light leakage
  • Aquos quattron 3DTV technology produces a brighter 3D experience with reduced crosstalk;
  • Ultrabrilliant LED system uses "double-dome" light amplifier lens and multi-fluorescents for high brightness and color purity
  • Quad pixel processing enables enhanced range of colors and detail;
  • And live customer support via built-in Wi-Fi; USB/DLNA connectivity for added options; 240Hz Aquomotion 3D TV ready
  • 240Hz Aquomotion,3D TV ready,LED LCD TV
  • AquoMotion 240 virtually eliminates blur and artifacts on fast-motion picture quality
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Technical Details
Brand NameSharp
Item Weight58.4 pounds
Product Dimensions46.7 x 7.8 x 30.9 inches
Item model numberLC46LE835U
Color NameBlack
Number of Component OutputsOptical
Specification MetEnergy Star
  
Additional Information
ASINB004NOXMHW
Best Sellers Rank #98,096 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight64 pounds
ShippingCurrently, item can be shipped only within the U.S.
Shipping Advisory:This item must be shipped separately from other items in your order. Additional shipping charges will not apply.
Date First AvailableMarch 31, 2011
  
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sharp
  • Model: LC46LE835U
  • Display Technology: LED-lit
  • Display Size: 46 inches
  • Image Aspect Ratio: 16:09
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Product Description

3D LED LCD TV ready, QUATTRON Quad Pixel exclusive 4 color technology, X-GEN LCD panel, Built in Wireless, Net Flix, Vudu, Cinema Now & AQUOS Advantage Live, Auqomotion 240, USB media player of video, music and photos.
What's in the box:
Remote Control, 2 x AAA Batteries, Cable Tie, Operation Manual, Connection Guide, Table Stand, 9 x Screws (4 long screws, 4 middle screws and 1 short screw), 1 Year Parts & Labor Warranty

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As expected with Sharp, the picture quality is phenomenal.
Gray
Sound quality is also not too shabby, I was a bit worried about the rear firing speakers but things seem to be ok in that department.
Ray Engle
Maybe the Mexican folks got their act together and now are making this model without some of the issues others have reported.
Mike B.

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26 of 28 people found the following review helpful By Gray on June 24, 2011
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This is my second Sharp TV. I upgraded from a 32" 1080P set purchased in 2007. I put that Sharp television through its paces and was always happy with the picture quality, so I wanted to get another Sharp TV.

First off, I have not tested the 3D capability of this set. My current receiver is not compatible with that HDMI spec and I don't feel like purchasing the glasses at this point in time. I'll update the review if I test this feature out.

I had the TV delivered from Pilot. They came at the tail end of my requested delivery window and were friendly and professional. Unpacking and setting up the TV was a painless experience. Wow, is this TV thin and light!

Setting up the TV is a breeze. After a few questions (namely asking if the TV should be in display mode for a store) you're good to go. As expected with Sharp, the picture quality is phenomenal. After testing a BluRay disc, though, I immediately turned off the motion enhancement and film mode settings. By default they are on and give the motion-sickness-inducing quality prevalent in modern TV sets. With those settings disabled, the picture quality is the best I've seen on a modern HDTV. The blacks are excellent as is the color quality. Movies in 24 FPS mode look fantastic.

I briefly tested the built in sound and found it to be above-average for modern TV sets. I use my receiver for audio, so this is not an important feature to me.

An improvement over the 32" set I used to own is that the remote delay has improved. If you use a Harmony remote this is a welcome improvement. It used to take many seconds after powering on to be able to change an input, it is now a 1-2 second delay. A small change, but a much appreciated one.
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16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Mike B. on July 22, 2011
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I received the LC-46LE835U from Amazon about two weeks ago. It replaced a Samsung 46" DLP (model HLN467WX/XAA) I had since 2004. I paid > $4,000 for the Samsung, so the ~ $1,200 (including two pair of active 3D glasses) I paid for the Sharp is a bargain...lol.

I spent quite a bit of time looking at the various models at the big-box stores and reading on-line reviews. In my opinion, the Sharp 835 had the best picture of all the brands. Keep in mind that when I started searching for a new TV, I had no real brand loyalty; if anything I was slightly leaning towards LG based on experience with other LG products and looked very hard at the Panasonic plasmas because of the 3D reputation. Once I saw the Sharp 835, I could not imagine why anyone would choose another brand based on PQ.

All the current technology TVs (DLP, Plasma, and LCD) have very crisp looking screens. However, the Sharp 835 screen is noticeably brighter and more colorful. I can't get over some of the colors that show up on this TV. The golden sunsets, turquoise beaches, and shades of blue in ocean and sky scenes just blow me away.

My set has no dead or stuck pixels. I have not seen any 3D ghosting, crosstalk, clouding, flashlight effect, bluring, blue streaking, etc. that some have brought up. Black levels are so good now days, that any further improvements would be hard to detect by the average person (black levels was the #1 problem with DLPs back in 2004). My son and I have not noticed any input lag issues playing games on the PS3.

I have the TV set for 240Mz aquomotion (at the expense of slightly lower contrast and brightness) and watched a number of fast action scenes and was very pleased.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By ATLSparrow on May 26, 2011
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I'm extremely pleased with this purchase of the 835U. I was somewhat concerned about online feedback/reviews of other Sharp LE models. However, I've had no problems with dynamic motion settings, or lack of black tones. Watching the NBA playoff games at 240 Hz motion has been even better than expected, and no 'motion sickness' as of yet. I'm not going to get into the level of analysis that many reviewers do, but have no complaints.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Anthony S. Pham on October 5, 2011
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This is my second Sharp Aquos Quatron. The first one is 52", and the second one is a 3D/46". Both TVs are finely made and provide excellent and uncompromising picture, especially in HD. There is no problem if you receive Cable or Satellite signals , but if you want to receive air signals, you have to buy a cable splitter, whether it's a digital one with a remote control (costs around $30.00) or a manual control one (costs you from $3.00 to $5.00), and want to switch back and forth between two kinds of stations, there will be a little difficulty. The problem is that after you have scanned through every station, and after watching cable stations, for example, you want to switch back to air stations, it doesn't work. In that case, you have to scan these stations again. After watching air stations, you want to watch cable stations again, you have to use the switch to turn the TV back to cable position, but all the cable stations disappear, so after many times doing so with so much frustration,I disconnected the air antenna to use for my FM receiver . If Sharp Corporation can eliminate this defect, it will be a perfect TV.
I have a Samsung 42" that I bought 6 years ago, and even though it had been made long time ago, it did have a built-in signal splitter, both in the TV and on the remote control, and its usage is very easy. You simply push the button, and it works right away.
In general, Sharp Aquos Quatron is an excellent TV if you only use it with Satellite or Cable signals or with paid programs. I sometimes watch Vietnamese Stations because they are transmitted in air signals and they're all free.
Anthony Pham, San Jose, CA
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