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Does anyone have any information on the Sharp 700UN series? I've been doing some research for a new 40" and 40LE700UN has popped up on a few retail sites. The description says it has a "Full Array LED backlight system," so I thought it might be interesting.
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People really shouldn't get caught up with this LED/Laser/OLED stuff to the point it forces you to wait, & buy when there are very good sets now to be had for far cheaper.

Most times they are hyped to only fail compared to older proven sets.
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do you have a link ?
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Amazon lists a 40", 46" and a 52". Supposedly available August 10.

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details here:

http://shopper.cnet.com/flat-panel-t...58.html#info-5

3.8 inch deep $2499 is a very good price.

I think Sharp will launch more new product when 10G plant begin production.
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PDF;

http://media.shoreviewdistribution.c...C52LE700UN.pdf

There will be also an 32" LED-TV.
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details here:

http://shopper.cnet.com/flat-panel-t...58.html#info-5

3.8 inch deep $2499 is a very good price.

I think Sharp will launch more new product when 10G plant begin production.

when is the 10G plant suppose to start, is it built yet?
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October, I'm suprised to see Sharp launch new peoduct so early

hopefully we will see a replacement for 52XS1U

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when is the 10G plant suppose to start, is it built yet?

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October, I'm suprised to see Sharp launch new peoduct so early[IMG]http://www.*****************/trafficreport/img/3721/k08t1221bbuq/gdsmile.gif[/IMG]

hopefully we will see a replacement for 52XS1U

maybe they want to be an early bird
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October, I'm suprised to see Sharp launch new peoduct so early

hopefully we will see a replacement for 52XS1U [IMG]http://***************/9/P/i.jpg[/IMG][IMG]http://***************/9/R/i.jpg[/IMG]

I'm not interested in Octobers release I would love to see a replacement for the 52x like you say.
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People really shouldn't get caught up with this LED/Laser/OLED stuff to the point it forces you to wait, & buy when there are very good sets now to be had for far cheaper.

Most times they are hyped to only fail compared to older proven sets.

What's my best option in 40" then?
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What's my best option in 40" then?

What are you willing to spend... are glossy Bezels o.k. with you?

The Samsung 40A550 is very cheap (I paid $900 a year ago) has a great picture... But I now use it as my PC monitor/Guest bedroom HDTV that's angled in a corner away from all light conditions. The bezel is like a mirror & is close to 4" thick on the bottom. My non having HDMI 360 is also hooked up to it through it's component, because they accept 1080P.

It is amazing as a PC monitor/gaming HDTV
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As this is my primary set, I'm looking for something pretty high quality so I'm not as sensitive to price. Anything sub $1500 would probably be fine. I'd be ok with glossy bezel but would definitely prefer an actual matte screen.
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As this is my primary set, I'm looking for something pretty high quality so I'm not as sensitive to price. Anything sub $1500 would probably be fine. I'd be ok with glossy bezel but would definitely prefer an actual matte screen.

Sad to say but most high quality 40+" sets have glossy/semi-glossy screens.
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It´s official!

http://www.engadgethd.com/2009/07/07...ncl/#continued

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SHARP INTRODUCES AQUOS® LED

Breakthrough New Line of LED Backlit LCD TVs Bring Superior Brightness and Image Quality Combined with Industry's Lowest Power Consumption for True Value

NEW YORK, July 7, 2009 - Sharp Electronics unveils, for the first time worldwide, AQUOS LED, an LCD TV Series that provides the ultimate in picture quality and value, offering consumers the lowest power consumption of any available LCD TV. A new series of LCD TV's that combines Sharp's award-winning AQUOS LCD technology with a Full-Array LED backlight system, the new LE700 AQUOS LED Series delivers unprecedented image quality and energy-efficient, eco-friendly performance. This Full-HD 1080p LCD TV Series, available in 52- (LC-52LE700UN), 46- (LC-46LE700UN), 40- (LC-40E700UN) and 32-inch (LC-32LE700UN) screen class sizes (52 1/32", 45 63/64", 40", and 31 35/64" Diagonal respectively), introduces a newly-developed X-Gen Panel with advanced pixel control for extremely deep black levels.

The AQUOS LED series also includes Sharp's AQUOS Net* capability, a service that gives users instant access to customized Web-based content as well as real-time customer support.

"Sharp demonstrated the unlimited possibilities of LCD, bringing the first LED back-lit AQUOS LCD TV to market last year, and we continue to advance the category today," said Bob Scaglione, senior vice president and group manager, Product and Marketing Group, Sharp Electronics Corporation. "With the introduction of the AQUOS LED Series, we are bringing consumers an affordable display solution with superior picture and environmental performance that provides a true value. Sharp is able to deliver a price-competitive yet high-performance product by producing many of the key components of the TV, including the LED components and the LCD panel."

Superior Picture Quality
The proprietary AQUOS LED System incorporates Sharp's UltraBrilliant LED backlight technology that illuminates the TV to extremely high brightness and contrast levels. The system includes a full array of LEDs evenly dispersed behind the diffuser, resulting in more uniform colors and brightness across the entire screen, as well as improved color purity for the smoothest picture possible. Additionally, this series uses Sharp's proprietary next-generation Full HD 1080p X-Gen LCD panel with 10-bit processing, designed with advanced pixel control to minimize light leakage, producing extremely deep black levels. The X-Gen panel also provides a wider aperture to allow more light to pass through the panel, resulting in higher peak brightness. The panel provides Spectral Contrast Engine MC for an extremely high Dynamic Contrast Ratio of more than 2,000,000:1 for crisp picture quality and vibrant colors, as well as a special dejudder feature (on the LC-52LE700UN and LC-46LE700UN) that results in the smooth reproduction of film content.

Rounding out this premium picture, the series offers Fine Motion Enhanced technology for 120Hz Frame Rate Conversion and a fast pixel response time of 4ms, providing the ultimate medium for high-definition viewing, ensuring viewers never miss a detail. For flexible room placement, the series has impressive 176-degree viewing angles, enabling the color reproduction to appear bright and vivid from virtually anywhere in a room.

Eco-Efficient Design
In addition to a first-class picture, the AQUOS LED Series was designed to bring overall value to the consumer, with several eco-friendly improvements enabled by LED technology. The UltraBrilliant full array LED backlight enables precise light output with higher luminance per watt so less power is needed. The TV is also equipped with a system designed to lower power consumption during use by adjusting the screen brightness based on the level of brightness in the area of installation. In fact, this series offers the industry's lowest power consumption of any LCD TV currently available on the market.** The LC-52LE700UN consumes 105W, exceeding the EPA's ENERGY STAR criteria for TVs: Version 3.0 by 68 percent; the LC-46LE700UN consumes 90W, exceeding ENERGY STAR guidelines by 63 percent; the LC-40LE700UN consumes 75W, exceeding ENERGY STAR guidelines by 60 percent; and the LC-32LE700UN consumes 55W, exceeding ENERGY STAR guidelines by 52 percent.

In addition to lower power consumption, the AQUOS LED Series is built to last longer - as a solid-state light source, LEDs generate less heat and are more durable, leading to a longer lifespan - an expected 100,000 hours, two thirds longer than traditional LCD TVs.

This TV series also uses eco-friendly components and uses no mercury - LED is a mercury-free light source. The units house fewer components with a reduction of heavy metals, which makes for easy recycling and an overall carbon footprint reduction.

AQUOS Net
Included in the LE700 Series*, AQUOS Net is an internet-based service that gives Sharp AQUOS customers access to personalized information. Viewers can check everyday information with a push of a button on the television's remote control, in either full screen or split screen. Currently available through AQUOS Net is content from Weatherbug to check the local forecast, NASDAQ for stock quotes, Accedo Broadband for casual games such as black jack and Sudoku, UCLICK to follow daily comic strips, daily local NAVTEQ Traffic reports, AQUOS Gallery, which provides users with beautiful high-resolution 1080p images of scenery and nature, and a variety of web-based content from NBCU's broad portfolio.

Through AQUOS Net, consumers also have access to unparalleled customer support for their television, including the ability to have dedicated AQUOS AdvantageSM advisors connect remotely to their TV to assist in adjusting the TV's settings and optimizing picture quality for the best viewing experience. This interactive tool, known as AQUOS Advantage LiveSM, is easily accessible from the AQUOS Net home page.

Advanced Connectivity
These Full-HD 1080p models boast an array of connection options, including four HDMI (v1.3 with Deep Color) and two component video inputs, all of which are 1080p compatible, accepting signals from Blu-ray Disc players and advanced gaming devices. A true high-definition TV, each model houses a built-in ATSC, QAM and NTSC tuner for access to DTV and analog TV channels. The LE700 series also features an RS-232C input for custom installations and a PC input so the TV serves a dual purpose as a PC monitor. Additionally, Sharp's AQUOS LINK feature allows users to seamlessly control compatible, HDMI-connected products using a single remote control. The series also includes a USB photo/music player* for the convenience of high-resolution digital photo viewing and MP3 music enjoyment on the TV.

Availability
The LC-52LE700UN will be available in July for a Manufacturer's Suggested List Price of $2,799.99
The LC-46LE700UN will be available in July for an MSRP of $2,199.99
The LC-40LE700UN will be available in July for an MSRP of $1,699.99
The LC-32LE700UN will be available in July for an MSRP of $1,099.99

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Hi All,

I hope they have sorted out the banding problems that have plagued Sharp TV's over the last few years - if so, these sound like pretty good sets!

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Seems we'll have to await CEDIA to hear of a XS1 replacement or 60-65" LED.

The other part of the Engadget article are the new 60" backlit model and new 65" units.

"Separately, Sharp also debuted the 65-inch LC-65E77UM and the 60-inch LC-60E77UN, 1080p sets that are joining the E77 series."

Pricing and availability
• LC-65E77UM will be available in September for a Manufacturer's Suggested Retail Price (MSRP) of $4,499.99
• LC-60E77UN will be available in September for an MSRP of $3,499.99


Sharp could rule the large sizes provided they've rid themselves of it's banding nemesis.

Samsung 65F8000, 60D8000, 40HU6350, Panasonic 50E60 LCD's
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when is the 10G plant suppose to start, is it built yet?

The plant is built, but not all of the production equipment is up yet. The parent company of the place that I work had it's first delivery of equipment to the new 10G plant in May. It will take a few months of pre-production testing before product is shipped.
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10G will start production in Oct, and 10G can cut for 60", 65" maybe need to cut from 8G

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The plant is built, but not all of the production equipment is up yet. The parent company of the place that I work had it's first delivery of equipment to the new 10G plant in May. It will take a few months of pre-production testing before product is shipped.

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No Local Dimming for the LE700-Series!

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Sharp's new panels are a collection of last generation technologies: the LEDs aren't locally dimmed, the 120Hz refresh rate falls short of the 240Hz that's been bandied about of late, and the internet services don't offer video playback or WiFi connectivity. That said, the picture is looking pretty great. Sharp credits its specialized LEDs for increasing the color gamut, and new LCD tech for improved blacks and improved brightness due to better controls and less electronics getting in the way. As for 120Hz, Sharp says that its engineers found that 240Hz introduced noise, and on a personal note we don't think we need many more Hz in our lives.


http://www.engadget.com/photos/sharp...es-on/2130495/

http://www.engadget.com/2009/07/07/s...ineup-eyes-on/


I hope the new panel generation is really so good like Sharp said.

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At the same time, the XGen LCD Panel utilizes an ingeniously devised pixel design that permits more light to pass through even while minimizing light leakage with the result being the deepest black levels that AQUOS has ever achieved.

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Any speculation as to which panel and processor the 60"/65" will use?
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The 60" should have the XGen-Panel from Sakai and Sharp said the new size will hit the mainstream soon.

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Sixty inch will be the next battleground in the LCD TV wars, and we're staking our claim, Scaglione added. Troetti said that he expected market pricing trends in the 60-inch-and-above category would remain somewhat stable through the end of December. But in the Super Bowl sales period, they will get more aggressive. Sixty-five inch has been relatively stable, commented Scaglione, but 60-inch will hit the mainstream, and market share [for the screen size] could be in the teens by this time next year.

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Thank you ALMA for the reply and the link.
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no local dimmed and 52" MSRP increase from $2499 to $2799, and it's not slim , how Sharp will competitor with others?
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how Sharp will competitor with others?

With the new panel technology and with cheaper XXL screens.
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From an Italian forum; Specifications LE700 and LE600-Series (differences in black);

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AQUOS LED - JAPANESE PERFECTION

VIDEO:
Risoluzione schermo 1920x1080
Sistema di retroilluminazione Full LED Backlight
LuminositÃ* 450 cd/m2
Constrato Dinamico 2.000.000:1
Contrasto Nativo 4.000:1
Angolo di visione reale (O-V) 176°-176°
Durata della lampada (LED ) 60.000 ore
Tecnologia 100HZ (solo 700)
Tempo di risposta 4 ms (6ms per i 600)
Controllo colore, Gamma e Temperatura colore
Stabilizzatore immagini
Supporto 24p

SINTONIZZATORE:
Digitale terrestre HD (canali free)
Digitale Cavo (solo 700)

AUDIO:
Amplificatore digitale
Audio output 10W x 2
Sistema Surround
Controllo automatico volume
Funzione Clear Voice

RISPARMIO ENERGETICO:
OPC (Optical picture control)
ModalitÃ* Energy Save
Eco botton
No operation off
No signal off

Altre funzioni:
AQUOS Link
Visualizzatore immagini e audio USB (solo 700)
Picture in Picture
Picture and Picture
Picture and Text
EPG
Hotel Mode

INGRESSI:
USB 1 (solo 700)
HDMI 4 (3 per i 600)
SCART 2
Video composito 1
Video component 1
RS-232C 1
Slot Common Interface 1
Ingresso VGA per PC (D-sub 15 pin) 1
Digital audio out optical 1

Dimensioni (mm LxAxP):
Senza stand da tavolo 32" 767 x 502 x 91,9
40" 964 x 612 x 93,1
46" 1099 x 688 x 93,2
52" 1238 x 765 x 95
Con stand da tavolo 32" 767 x 554 x 240
40" 964 x 664 x 270
46" 1099 x 740 x 335
52" 1238 x 817 x 335

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Like Sony, Samsung, Toshiba and even Vizio, these sets are backlit by a grid of LEDs. But unlike those models, these don't dim parts of that grid to provide crazy contrast—that is, they don't do local dimming. (For more, check out our Giz Explains on LED TV technology). The lack of local dimming could mean that, in tests, the blacks in bright scenes won't be on par with the best of those TVs above. Sharp's excuse was that their X-Gen panel with 10-bit processing lets them align the pixels in crazy ways for good black levels, so they don't need local dimming. And admittedly, here, the blacks look pretty good, but I'd want to see 'em side by side with a local-dimming set.

Sharp is, however, promising local dimming on future sets—along with lower-end edge-lit models, and super high-end ones with RGB LEDs, like Sony's XBR8, for better color, but you'll have to pay more to get the nicer LED systems. That's right kids, buying an LED TV is going to get more complicated in the future. But that's all for CES 2010 and beyond. And at least, by 2010, Sharp's LCD TV product manager Anthony Favia told us, you'll see LED TVs hit "price parity" with traditional CCFL sets. For now, we have the LE700, a step in the right direction.

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In other words, between more diverse (and cheaper) LED models and streaming video on their sets, Sharp's really pointing to 2010 as the magic moment. Sharp's VP of marketing Bob Scaglione promises that Sharp will become "the most aggressive" player in LED TVs. It's too bad about this year, though.

http://gizmodo.com/5309570/sharp-aqu...-local-dimming
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Tabella comparativa ECO-FRIENDLY:
------------------------AQUOS LED------------SAMSUNG LUXIA-----------SONY WE5
Full LED Backlight..................°............................... edge...........................-
X-gen Panel.........................°............................ ....n/a............................n/a
OPC....................................°................... .............-................................°
ECO button on R/C................°.................................-................................-
Main power switch.................°................................-................................°
ECO Picture Control................°................................-..............................n/a
No signal off..........................°............................. ...-...............................°

Misurazioni: in funzione
----------------AQUOS 40LE700-----------SAMSUNG 40B7000
DINAMICA.......478 cd/m2...125,8 W.............460 cd/m2...142 W
STANDARD......309 cd/m2...73,1 W...............200 cd/m2...97 W
STANDARD......200 cd/m2...62,6 W...............200 cd/m2...97 W
Risultato di misure di laboratorio (measurement condition: IEC62087)



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it's weird, Sharp use full LED backlight but no local dimming
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