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Sharp LC-80LE632U 80-Inch LED-lit 1080p 120Hz Internet TV (Old Version)

4.1 out of 5 stars 59 customer reviews
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  • 120Hz, SMART
  • Built-in Wi-Fi
  • 4 HDMI
  • 6M:1 Contrast Ratio
  • Netflix/VUDO/Cinemanow
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Sharp
  • Model Number: LC-80LE632U
  • Display Technology: LED-lit
  • Display Size: 80 inches
  • Image Aspect Ratio: 16:9
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Product Description

Product Description

80" Full Array LED TV

From the Manufacturer

Sharp HE LC-80LE632U

The AQUOS® LC-80LE632U 80" Class is a high-performance LED TV providing more than double the screen area of a 55" Class TV. It features built in Wi-Fi and a full array LED back light.

Large LED

Just a few inches can make a very big difference. Our 60" class TVs provide over 20% more viewing area than 55" class TVs. Our 70" class TVs provide 62% more viewing area, and our 80" class TVs have more than double the viewing area of 55" class TVs.

Large LED

1080p AQUOS Panel

AQUOS® 1080p LED Display delivers advanced pixel structure for the most breathtaking HD images and 4 million: 1 contrast ratio.

1080p AQUOS Panel

Smart TV

SMARTER SMART TV gives you the most popular apps and movies on demand with web browser.

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Sleek Thin Design

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Sleek Thin Design

Technical Specifications

Basic Specifications
Screen Size Class:80" Class (80” Diagonal)
Panel Type:X-Gen LCD Panel
Pixel Resolution:1920 x 1080
Backlight System:LED
LED Backlight System:Full Array
Viewing Angles:176º H / 176º V
Audio System:10W + 10W
Tuning System:ATSC / QAM / NTSC
Dynamic Contrast Ratio:6,000,000:1
Aspect Ratio:16:09
AQUOS® Series:Yes
Surround Sound:Yes
3D Depth Enhancer:No
Quad Pixel Plus II:No
Quattron™ quad pixel technology:No
AQUOS Advantage Support:Yes
Digital Still Picture Display:Yes
USB Input:2
HD Component:1
Composite Video:2

Audio Inputs (L/R):

Ethernet Input:1
Digital Audio:Optical
Power Consumption AC (watts):307W
Power Source:120V, 60 Hz
Dimensions (wxhxd) (inches):73-5/16 x 43-25/32 x 3-29/32
Dimensions with Stand (wxhxd) (inches):73-5/16 x 45-3/32 x 17-3/32
Product Weight (lbs.):114.6
Weight with Stand (lbs.):123.5
Additional Specifications
Cabinet Color:Black
Limited Warranty:1 year parts and labor from date of purchase
Included Accessories
Table Stand:Yes
Remote Control:Yes

Product Information

Technical Details

Brand Name Sharp
Item Weight 123.5 pounds
Product Dimensions 80.3 x 12.8 x 49.6 inches
Item model number LC-80LE632U
Batteries 2 AA batteries required. (included)
Color Name Black
Specification Met Energy Star

Additional Information

Customer Reviews
4.1 out of 5 stars 59 customer reviews

4.1 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #107,397 in Home Theater (See top 100)
#1,280 in Electronics > Televisions & Video > Televisions > LED & LCD TVs
Shipping Weight 153 pounds
Date First Available September 9, 2011

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This of course is not my first HD TV. My first was a Toshiba DLP, and it was a lamp hog. Then a Toshiba 50 inch plasma, which failed in 3 years, then LG's first 1080p 60 inch plasma (Still working great), a Mitsubishi 73 inch DLP, (Still working great), and now, the ultimate plunge with this Sharp 80 inch TV.

My viewing area for this TV is 12 feet at its closest and 15 at the farthest, and I instantly thought when I turned this monster on, that I should have stayed with the 70 incher. Oh well, it is mine and I am happy with it.

For its size, this TV is well made and looks nice. Picture quality is excellent as close as 3 feet, and then as far back as you can go. I also purchased this TV from a major retailer in Texas because Amazon would not take 2 credit cards, and G. E. gave me more 36 months interest free credit at the Texas retailer than they did at Amazon on the store card, so Amazon lost the sale. I also looked for quite awhile at the, the Sharp 70 inch, and the Panasonic 65 inch VT30 Plasma, and I chose this TV for several reasons. Overall for size, quality, and looks, coupled with its truly great picture and excellent blacks. Remember, the better the blacks, the better the color, because black is the number one color in the color scheme.

I gave this TV 5 Stars because of its numerous features and control ability with its menus. The picture is also superb, but the Panasonic 65VT30 still has a little better picture quality SAVE AND EXCEPT LED LOOKS MORE NATURAL. I ADD THIS BECAUSE I STILL HAVE MY 60 INCH lg PLASMA IN MY BEDROOM, AND THE SHARP LED IS MUCH EASIER ON THE EYES THAN THE PLASMA AND NOT OVER CONTRASTED. LED is rapidly gaining on plasma though.
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I would consider myself a home theater enthusiast (although I am sure owning an 80" might be a give away on that ;) ). As such, I constantly find myself comparing sound systems, displays, and other home entertainment devices with friends, or simply visiting stores or reading articles on the latest releases. When I heard an 80" full backlit display would be available for under $4K I was intrigued, when i heard it was a Sharp I was skeptical... Spending some time on AvsForum I couldn't help but notice all threads had nothing but glowing comments from people and calibrators I place a lot of trust in.

I went to a local BestBuy to view it, and was disappointed. However, having worked at CircuitCity in my college years I know all to well you cannot trust what you see in electronic stores as many simply have the contrast and backlight cranked up to the max, or using the dreaded "dynamic store mode".

Luckily I had brought a USB key with some 1080P trailers and some settings from AvsForum to use as a reference. Settings in place, I immediately knew i had found my next set.

Seeing the set in the store you realize it is very large, getting it into your house... well that is a feat in itself. Fortunately at just a bit over 120lbs it is not much heavier than the 60" plasma it replaced, but with nearly double the surface area it is a huge difference in a viewing experience.

So onto the good items:
Movie Theater Sized viewing at home (Yes, i know projectors are bigger, but for those of us without dedicated theater rooms this works great, even in bright room conditions).
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We shopped for this locally because we wanted to see the size and picture quality in person and it's amazing. The picture is crystal clear and almost looks 3d due to the amazing depth it shows. We looked at it next to the 70" Aquos as well as other LED TV's and the Aquos line by far has the sharpest, clearest picture. If you are considering either the 70" or the 80" it obviously comes down to economics, but I can tell you the 80" definitely dwarfs the 70" when they are next to each other. We wanted a TV that would essentially look like a movie screen in our living room and the 80" takes up a big part of the wall. If you plan on wall mounting it, I would definitely suggest having a professional doing it based on the weight and the possible need for adding some additional framing to the wall you are mounting this on.
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This television is totally amazing!! Picture is crystal clear!! We have had this for less than a week and are already spoiled by the amazing picture!!! We had this set wall mounted professionally and it is just awesome! Hubby was considering a 73 inch tv, but when we saw this one next to a 73, the difference was too drastic to ignore. We could not be more thrilled. We do have a surround sound and this takes television viewing into a different realm. Personally, I would advise anyone in the market for a large screen television to check this set out. For the price difference, I am so thrilled we decided to go with this 80 inch set. We have a large den so this is perfect for us!!! We have no regrets, no second thoughts, no remorse at all over this purchase!!! We replaced a 58 inch plasma with this 80 inch set and the difference in size is astounding! I was concerned about the picture clarity since it is so big, it is 100% crystal clear!!!!! We had an amazing picture on the plasma, this is just as amazing! I cannot say enough about how thrilled we are!
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