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Sharp LC60E69U 60-inch 1080p 120 Hz LCD HDTV (2011 Model)

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  • 60" Big Screen TV
  • CCFL Backlighting
  • 120Hz
  • Full HD 1080P resolution
  • 4 HDMI inputs
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Technical Details
Brand NameSharp
Item Weight86 pounds
Product Dimensions56.6 x 13 x 37.7 inches
Item model numberLC60E69U
Color NameBlack
Specification MetEnergy Star
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank #152,054 in Electronics (See top 100)
Shipping Weight86 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item can only be shipped to the 48 contiguous states. We regret it cannot be shipped to APO/FPO, Hawaii, Alaska, or Puerto Rico.
Date First AvailableOctober 31, 2011
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sharp
  • Model: LC60E69U
  • Display Technology: LCD
  • Display Size: 60 inches
  • Image Aspect Ratio: 16:09
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Product Description

LC60E69U, CCFL Big Screen TV, 120Hz, Full HD 1080P resolution, 4 HDMI Inputs, 2 component inputs, PC input, RS-232C, Warranty 1 year parts and labor

Customer Reviews

Great color, clear and crisp picture.
This is so you can have a stereo or surround sound hooked up to the television.
So he says that the service tech needs to call them and explain what he did.
Michael J. Marsolais

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39 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Michael Gmirkin VINE VOICE on November 28, 2011
Snagged this beautiful monstrosity on a Black Friday sale for $300 off (too good a deal to pass up on). I almost didn't pull the trigger, but I'm so darned glad I did. From what I've seen of it so far in the approximately 4 days I've had it and one day I've played with it, I love it. As long as it doesn't blow up or fall over, I'll be a happy camper!

While I haven't yet played a Blu-Ray with it, I've upconverted the bare Avatar DVD and piped it through the Sony BD player via HDMI, and unless you're standing right up next to it, it looks absolutely fantastic. From the ~8-10 feet away my recliner's situated, it just looks stunning. I'm sure Blu-Ray will look even better at native 1080p.

This TV isn't for the faint of heart or for only one person to set up. It's HEAVY. It's at minimum a 2-person job getting it out of the box, assembling the base and positioning it on your entertainment center. Did I mention it's heavy? Well, it's 60"! What did I expect? ;)

I'm still fiddling with the controls to figure out what's the best way to view movies and such. I'm thinking I may have to leave the 'film' mode off, as I think that might be the anti-juddering smoothing feature that tends to give a very 'soap opera' visual effect. Like it does TOO GOOD a job cleaning up the picture. Especially on CGI / animated videos, it makes the CGI look VERY computer generated and a little mechanical rather than fluid like it should be.

The unit comes with several pre-set display options you can flip through, some of them being standard, movie, etc. I assume they play with the brightness, contrast, color temperature. I think I've generally left mine on Standard or Film and just turned off the anti-juddering features and things look pretty normal.
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56 of 67 people found the following review helpful By G.Trent on January 24, 2012
Verified Purchase
Finally found that more-or-less budget TV, and ordered it. Price was 1099.00. Not a great price, but not too bad. Amazon at least has a good policy for returns, so what's to worry, right?

TV came on time, the shipper was great. Box had some forklift damage to it, but contents looked like they were in good condition. Only weird thing was that the remote already had batteries in it. Actually, not so weird. I've spoken to a few folks (sales people, shippers, techs), and they all agree that it was a used item. Batteries are not shipped installed, apparently. Buuuuuut since the TV was in good condition, I was willing to overlook the small "I paid for new, but got used" issue.

Threw in a BluRay disc, and the picture looked great - we're gonna have some real TV viewing now, we are! Heck yeah!

The next day I ran a calibration disc, and on the lower third of the screen, center line, was a 4" or so mark that was internal, and only showed when the screen was very light - like a sky, or a tablecloth, etc. No marring or mark external, but it looked like the screen was creased, or an edge had hit it, or.... whatever. But once noticed, it's always seen. So the TV had to go back. Called Amazon, arranged for return, and told them that I'd just like another TV of the same model.

Nope, can't do that, Walt's has raised the price to 1249.00 now, and there's no way we can replace your TV, since Walt's won't replace it. You'll just have to buy another one for more money. (well, the Amazon rep didn't say that last sentence, but that's the reality of it.)

Really? I mean...really? How's that for customer service?

Buy something that's supposed to be new, and it's actually used? Then it's defective, and the seller refuses to replace it?
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11 of 13 people found the following review helpful By USI2012 on February 10, 2012
This review is for the LC60E79U 60" Sharp Aquos. [...]%26%2334%3B+Class+/+LCD+/+1080p+/+120Hz+/+HDTV/3641541.p?id=1218422888626&skuId=3641541

A Sharp Choice
It is midnight on Black Friday and I'm standing in line at Best Buy. Some people may say I'm crazy for being out on this day. I was in the market for a television and saw a great deal for one and couldn't pass it up. After hours of standing in line outside and inside, I finally got my television and I have to say it was well worth it. Along with the television being 60", it also is backed with many features including good refresh rate and great resolution. If you ever wondered what television to buy, I would say the 60" Sharp Aquos is a top choice.
I'm a big movie person and I wanted to enjoy my DVDs on a nice big screen. With the Sharp Aquos being 60" from corner to corner, it was the best for optimal viewing in large rooms like my living room. I previously had a 32" and I have to say that I enjoy almost doubling my old TV in size. It is easy to move by myself too with it only being 92 lbs. with the stand on. You can mount the TV on the wall, but since I live in an apartment I'm not hanging it on their walls.
One of the things people look for in televisions is the hertz. This Sharp Aquos is 120Hz. Hertz means the number of times the image on the TV is updated per second. So if the TV is 120Hz, this means the image is getting refreshed 120 times a second. This isn't the top refresh rate but it is not the lowest either. For what I needed out of a TV, the Sharp Aquos suits me just fine. It is a good fast-motion picture quality. The TV being 1080p isn't bad either.
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