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Ok here are some snapshot pictures of my 70" ELITE! Sorry for the wait everyone please enjoy, I'll take more later but it's been a very long weekend for me. OH and for those of you still wondering, YES this ELITE is the Real thing! I was totally blow away with the picture quality and deep blacks! When I have more time I"ll write a review, but for now enjoy some quick snapshots.








 

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Blacks completely meld in with the bezel!

 

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looks great...thanks for the pics. Hey rad this will be my first set that uses the sharp menu system, from what you've seen how easy is it to use compared to a sony or samsung?....thanks
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Your pics are looking great. I can imagine this set only looks better in home vs store. I now how great it looks in store. But as with any set I've ever owned... It always looks way better in home. Although it will be a while before I get this baby home.

As you've said. I believe this set is the real deal. Try and watch I am legend on this set if you get a chance. I'd like to see what it can do!

Again, congratulations on the set. Look forward to your user review.
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im looking into this set, whats the ideal distance to view a 70" screen from?

also, do you know the response time on this set? never seen it mentioned anywhere.

thanks, the tv looks great. enjoy.
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I highly doubt this set was designed with low input lag in mind. I'm sure it will be decent but no where near as great as other sets.

All in all. It's going to depend on how sensitive you are to it. I'm very sensitive to it so if its high I feel it.
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No doubt Elite belongs to the elite PQ class. However, concern is about the reflections. Early evaluators were talking about Elite being dark room TV. Now voices are heard Elite is only slightly worse in this dept than e.g. Sony HX929.

Critical question is thus: Is Elite suitable for daylight watching with windows on side/behind it? Now, after we have seen superb dark room pics, is it possible to get pics taken in daylight or at least with light on?
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I'm sire day light viewing is going to be fine. I don't see any reason why it would be any worse then other lcd sets.
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thanks jukebox, what about the viewing distance for it? 70" of course.

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Hi Guys, what height would you recommend mounting the 70 inch elite? Mine is hopefully arriving Friday and just wanted to see what would be an ideal height to mount the TV.

Thanks
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Hi Guys, what height would you recommend mounting the 70 inch elite? Mine is hopefully arriving Friday and just wanted to see what would be an ideal height to mount the TV.

Thanks

I too am awaiting delivery from VE later this week/next. I have had a 70inch Qualia 006 for the last 6 years sitting on a Triple20 from Salamander, which is 20 inches off the floor. It is the lower height model in other words, they make one that is like 30 inches high, but that would have been WAY too high. I LOVE the choice I made in the Triple20 6 years ago, and it will continue as the pedestal for the beautiful Elite70. Puts the center of the screen almost exactly at eye-level when sitting on the couch. Perfect in my opinion.

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thanks jukebox, what about the viewing distance for it? 70" of course.

thanks.

If you Google "viewing distance calculator" you'll find a number of sites that will help you determine the optimal distance range for a 70" tv.
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If you Google "viewing distance calculator" you'll find a number of sites that will help you determine the optimal distance range for a 70" tv.

Beat me to it. But thank you. Good luck to all who have ordered this set
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thanks jukebox, what about the viewing distance for it? 70" of course.

thanks.

IMO 8-10' is ideal.
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Hi Guys, what height would you recommend mounting the 70 inch elite? Mine is hopefully arriving Friday and just wanted to see what would be an ideal height to mount the TV.

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I too am awaiting delivery from VE later this week/next. I have had a 70inch Qualia 006 for the last 6 years sitting on a Triple20 from Salamander, which is 20 inches off the floor. It is the lower height model in other words, they make one that is like 30 inches high, but that would have been WAY too high. I LOVE the choice I made in the Triple20 6 years ago, and it will continue as the pedestal for the beautiful Elite70. Puts the center of the screen almost exactly at eye-level when sitting on the couch. Perfect in my opinion.

Brian

The optimum height depends on the distance to your prime viewing position and the height and back angle of the seats as well.

My 70X5FD should be coming soon as well from VE. I also purchased a Salamander triple that is 24.5" high and a Synchromate stand that will float the tv 9" above the cabinet top to allow the center channel to be on top of the cabinet too. So for my application the center of the tv screen will be ~53" off the ground. I did a mock up and wife tested the setup before ordering.
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I too am awaiting delivery from VE later this week/next. I have had a 70inch Qualia 006 for the last 6 years sitting on a Triple20 from Salamander, which is 20 inches off the floor. It is the lower height model in other words, they make one that is like 30 inches high, but that would have been WAY too high. I LOVE the choice I made in the Triple20 6 years ago, and it will continue as the pedestal for the beautiful Elite70. Puts the center of the screen almost exactly at eye-level when sitting on the couch. Perfect in my opinion.

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I have a Salamander of about the same age. Forget which model but 84" wide and space for center channel speaker in center. Does yours have the casters? My measurements indicate that eye level will slightly closer to the mid screen point than the 65" Panny it's replacing.
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I have a Salamander of about the same age. Forget which model but 84" wide and space for center channel speaker in center. Does yours have the casters? My measurements indicate that eye level will slightly closer to the mid screen point than the 65" Panny it's replacing.

Yep, probably the same one...space in the middle bottom for my B&W center channel (inclined gently upward, to hit the viewer right in the ears!)....you can see my exact setup here...

http://www.avsforum.com/avs-vb/showp...ostcount=16742

So, the Elite70 will replace the Qualia 006 in exactly the same setup as you see there in that post. Hope that helps...

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The optimum height depends on the distance to your prime viewing position and the height and back angle of the seats as well.

My 70X5FD should be coming soon as well from VE. I also purchased a Salamander triple that is 24.5" high and a Synchromate stand that will float the tv 9" above the cabinet top to allow the center channel to be on top of the cabinet too. So for my application the center of the tv screen will be ~53" off the ground. I did a mock up and wife tested the setup before ordering.

I hate to tell ya Jim, but that is WAY too high for a set of this size. I wouldn't have believed that either btw in 2005 when I was just buying my 70inch Qualia, but luckily made the right choice in the end by getting the lowest height Salamander (20inch). In your setup, you're talking 33.5 inches high for the very *bottom* of the set (24.5 + the 9 inch riser)...that's gonna stretch your necks out somethin fierce my friend. I sit exactly 13 feet from the screen when sitting on the main couch. If you're further away than that, then perhaps you won't have to crane your neck upward quite as much, but I can tell you, at 13 feet or less, the craning would be outrageous in the setup you describe. Unless you're viewing from a bar stool of course :-) In that case, rock on! You're perfect then.

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looks great...thanks for the pics. Hey rad this will be my first set that uses the sharp menu system, from what you've seen how easy is it to use compared to a sony or samsung?....thanks

*I found it very easy to navigate and thought it was very intuitive. It's defiantly my new favorite menu system,*if you can navigate a Sony or Samsung with no problem then you should be fine it's just as easy.*

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Your pics are looking great. I can imagine this set only looks better in home vs store. I now how great it looks in store. But as with any set I've ever owned... It always looks way better in home. Although it will be a while before I get this baby home.

As you've said. I believe this set is the real deal. Try and watch I am legend on this set if you get a chance. I'd like to see what it can do!*

Again, congratulations on the set. Look forward to your user review.

*I can't emphasize enough how much these pictures don't do it justice. When you see this set in person be prepare to be jaw dropped, the wow and shock factor will linger on with you for a long time.*
PS: I'll try and get some screen shots from I am legend when it arrives from Netflix, I actually never saw the movie lol.*

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No doubt Elite belongs to the elite PQ class. However, concern is about the reflections. Early evaluators were talking about Elite being dark room TV. Now voices are heard Elite is only slightly worse in this dept than e.g. Sony HX929.*

Critical question is thus: Is Elite suitable for daylight watching with windows on side/behind it? Now, after we have seen superb dark room pics, is it possible to get pics taken in daylight or at least with light on?

*I'll report more on the topic when I get more time logged onto my ELITE. All I can say at the moment is upon first my first impression I found the reflectiveness to be about the same or comparable to the Sony 929 or the Panasonic VT30. Again more on this topic when I've had more time with it. However this ELITE gets very Dark, Ink well dark! I'm having ELITE withdraws just talking about it, still in shock over it's beauty. *

 

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Congrats on getting the first Kuro Killer, Rad. When you have time can you take if off torch mode and get some pics in THX mode. Also, don't know if you have it in a theater room or not, but how does it look in a brightly lit room. I plan on watching a lot of football in a fairly bright living room when I eventually get my set.
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Kuro Killer!!!!!!!!!!!!! Shouldn't we wait to see what mr D-Nice has to say about that claim? After he says it I will believe it. Maybe even Chad B as well. Its still an LCD
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Kuro Killer!!!!!!!!!!!!! Shouldn't we wait to see what mr D-Nice has to say about that claim? After he says it I will believe it. Maybe even Chad B as well. Its still an LCD

No. We shouldn't wait. Yes, its an lcd. Your point? Lcd tech has been pushing improvements for a while now. It's no surprise lcd tech has come as far as it has today. No one is forcing you to buy this set. Go buy a kuro if that's what you want.
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Congrats on getting the first Kuro Killer, Rad. When you have time can you take if off torch mode and get some pics in THX mode. Also, don't know if you have it in a theater room or not, but how does it look in a brightly lit room. I plan on watching a lot of football in a fairly bright living room when I eventually get my set.

Who's to say his pics are in torch mode? Also, you should not judge picture based on pictures. I don't care what you take it with. It should be looked at for that one reason only. To look at.
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No. We shouldn't wait. Yes, its an lcd. Your point? Lcd tech has been pushing improvements for a while now. It's no surprise lcd tech has come as far as it has today. No one is forcing you to buy this set. Go buy a kuro if that's what you want.

OK. Wasn't aware that these were professionally measured reviews and not just AN OPINION. Don't want people running out to remortgage their homes for something that ISN'T what you say it was. If the set gets the reviews that the KURO's have gotten over the years Ill buy one myself. I don't care what technology it is! I don't own stock in any platform.
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Kuro Killer!!!!!!!!!!!!! Shouldn't we wait to see what mr D-Nice has to say about that claim? After he says it I will believe it. Maybe even Chad B as well. Its still an LCD

From everything I have seen and read from peoples who opinions I respect, I am sold. Plus, I just love pissing off the KURO owners. For some of them, nothing will ever top their precious. When you add up the the superior picture quality, deeper blacks, superior viewing in daytime lighting conditions, lower power consumption, the 3D ability, the fact it is actually available and especially the 10 extra inches of the 70X5, I think it has earned the Kuro Killer nickname.
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Who's to say his pics are in torch mode? Also, you should not judge picture based on pictures. I don't care what you take it with. It should be looked at for that one reason only. To look at.

Rad himself said on another forum that he took the pics right out of the box and will take some in movie mode (THX) and Elite pure mode tomorrow.
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From everything I have seen and read from peoples who opinions I respect, I am sold. Plus, I just love pissing off the KURO owners. For some of them, nothing will ever top their precious. When you add up the the superior picture quality, deeper blacks, superior viewing in daytime lighting conditions, lower power consumption, the 3D ability, the fact it is actually available and especially the 10 extra inches of the 70X5, I think it has earned the Kuro Killer nickname.

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Rad himself said on another forum that he took the pics right out of the box and will take some in movie mode (THX) and Elite pure mode tomorrow.

I see. Thanks for clearing that up. Goes to show the pics will look even better lol.
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OK. Wasn't aware that these were professionally measured reviews and not just AN OPINION. Don't want people running out to remortgage their homes for something that ISN'T what you say it was. If the set gets the reviews that the KURO's have gotten over the years Ill buy one myself. I don't care what technology it is! I don't own stock in any platform.

Is that so....
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Kuro Killer!!!!!!!!!!!!! Shouldn't we wait to see what mr D-Nice has to say about that claim? After he says it I will believe it. Maybe even Chad B as well. Its still an LCD

Could have fooled me.
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